ISL classes at The Udine International School are reserved for students who have no previous knowledge of the Italian language or whose degree of fluency in Italian is not sufficient to access the Italian Studies curriculum. Personalized courses are prepared for students in these subjects.
The lessons take place during school time and students will be assigned a program created ad-hoc in accordance with their specific needs.
The school will assess whether or not the student can attend ISL courses on the basis of his or her English fluency which must be at a level which will permit the student to follow the UIS programme properly.
Students who choose not to participate in ISL classes must remain in the classroom during Italian lessons and participate as an auditor (the student will not be graded). During this class the student can complete assignments or read and will not be allowed to leave the classroom.
ISL lessons are at parents’ expense.