In a 2800-year old city there is a lot of knowledge to teach and wisdom to share. We’ve got public, private, international and religious universities, and many educational institutions, especially in the field of arts. Furthermore there are many schools organizing relatively short courses to become great cooks, wine and oil tasters, or to learn fashion and design. And if you are really keen on integrating with Italians there is a wide choice of Italian language schools.
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