In common with most quality language providers in Europe, Dilit International House has set its course levels against the descriptors of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF).
This is a system of levels developed under the auspices of the Council of Europe in order to bring uniformity to language descriptions and levels. This scale gives a short description of what learners can normally do at each of 6 levels (A1 to C2).
The time it takes to learn to use a foreign language varies from person to person. Apart from the varying amount of time spent on home-study, other factors come into play such as individual aptitude, the distance between the foreign language and your native tongue or other languages previously learnt, the opportunity to practise the language with native speakers, and so on. The time presented in the chart below should therefore only be taken as a rough guide to the number of lessons needed to reach a particular level when starting off from beginner's level.
Dilit International House has classes of all levels throughout the year, thus guaranteeing all students a class at the right level at all times.
The school is an examination centre for the CILS examinations of Siena University and for the CELI examinations of Perugia University and holds preparation courses for each of these exams. We give students all the necessary information and advice on what exam to choose and how to enrol.
The school organises internal examinations (DILIT Diploma) every week, if required.