The Institute of Italian culture (NGO) provides courses of Italian language in its classrooms located in M. Kostava st. 68, (at public Georgian Broadcaster, III building, II floor), right besides Heroes square.
Courses are held by qualified Georgian and Italian teachers and benefit from the participation of Italian volunteers within the frame of the Erasmus+ or ESC (European solidarity corps) programme, specifically for conversation and informal language exchange.
Courses are being held in an informal and stimulating atmosphere, with classes composed by a small number of students (an average of 3 for class), every day from 13.00 to 20.00 from Monday to Friday, and are aimed at intercultural exchange, inclusion, and solidarity.
If you are enthusiast of Italian language and culture, and you are interested to participate in an intercultural exchange with native Italian speakers (as well as Georgian qualified teachers and interpreters) in an environment distinguished by the right balance between professionalism, and a sympathetic and friendly atmosphere, feel free to call us at this number: (+995) 598 15 55 77 (Manana Jokharidze) or write at email@example.com to arrange a meeting or to find out more.
Course of Italian for beginners 2020-2021 (A2-B1)[edit | edit source]
Alberto Leonardi Alberto Leonardi holds a secondary education license from Istituto Gobetti (Reggio Emilia) in the scientific and technological field. After the studies he has lived in Australia for one year to improve his knowledge of English, at return (2017) he worked the subsequent year in the industry in the province of Modena, and then he went to Georgia (first at Kutaisi) to find his way as young entrepreneur and investor. Alberto is bilingual (Italian and Spanish) and enthusiast to prove himself in teaching/learning languages which has increasingly become his passion and professional orientation.
Course of Italian for beginners 2019-2020 (A1-B1)[edit | edit source]
Manana Jokharidze Manana Jokharidze has a degree in Management of cultural tourism (2009, Theater and Film University, in Tbilisi) followed by a specialization course as tour guide, as well as a curriculum in the Italian language studies. She has attended courses of Italian language from 2012 to 2014 at Dante Alighieri Society; from 2014 to 2016 at NGO “Minerva” (still in Tbilisi) and in the same period she obtained a scholarship for an intensive course of Italian at “Villa Feltrinelli”, in Gargnano del Garda (an initiative by University of Milan). In 2016 she worked as operator and assistant at National Screening Center, and in 2018 she carried out an internship at National Archives of Georgia. Besides her expertise in Italian language and culture, Manana has a vocation for youth and childhood education.
Luca Speziale Luca Speziale holds a degree in Political sciences (University “La Sapienza”, Rome, 2018) and a master in European planning techniques (Rome, 2019). He has experience as fundraiser (Xena marketing, Rome 2018), project manager (Progeu, Rome 2018-2019) and as supporter for the implementation of a Local Action Group (Fondazione Logos Pa, Rome 2019). He has participated to short term Erasmus projects in Turkey and Macedonia, he speaks English, and as passionate reader he has created in 2017 the literary blog “smugglingarts” which can be found here.