The level placement tests for Italian, German and English can be done during the following timesTesting Merano/Meran:
|Monday||16.00 – 17.30||10.00 – 12.00
15.30 – 17.00
|Tuesday||15.30 – 17.30||15.30 – 17.00|
|Wednesday||10.00 – 14.00||11.00 – 14.00||11.30 – 14.00|
|Thursday||16.00 – 17.30||10.30 – 12.00
15.30 – 17.30
|Friday||10.00 – 11.30|
alpha beta piccadilly starts the new school year on 30th September 2019 with a mix of both new and the longer-running, well-established courses. So our programme encompasses the classical language courses in Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, French and English as well as conversation courses, exam-preparation courses, one-to-one courses and courses for specific professions. Autonomous learning programmes and other alternative language learning programmes such as our ‘Language Aperitif’, or ‘Learning by Doing’ appeal to those looking for new ways of picking up language. Have a look at our new 2019/2020 brochure.
We recommend you do our free entry test (no obligation!) to ensure you end up in the right course for your level. Our secretaries’ offices are available for more detailed information about the courses.
Over the last 30 years Aldo Mazza has made a name for himself encouraging the two South Tyrolean language groups to live together rather than just to coexist and for this he has been decorated by the Province of Tyrol. 100 years after the region was divided following the First World War, the award of the decoration to Aldo Mazza, a native of southern Italy, has a special significance. He came to South Tyrol some 50 years ago and with the founding of the Alpha & Beta Cooperative created an organisation that has always aimed at promoting intercultural communication and multilingualism. Today the cooperative runs both a language school and a publishing house. Really living together is an art, with language skills being only the first step along this path. Aldo Mazza's decades-long endeavours to achieve this have received official recognition with this decoration of the Province of Tyrol.