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Enrolment and Course Fees

The Language Centre courses are open to all members of the EUI, including partners and visiting academics.

EUI language courses are free for EUI PhD and LL.M. researchers. Other EUI members may be required to pay course fees. Check your category below to find out whether and how much you have to pay. 

Additional language courses (anything other than English, Italian, French, German or Spanish) must be paid for. See the Additional languages page for more information.

 

 

 

 

Who can enrol in a course?


Please note that the first time you enrol in a language centre course you must show your EUI card to the Language Centre Assistant.

Enrolment Procedure


The teaching calendar consists of a pre-sessional period and three terms. 

You must enrol in a course before attending a session. You may enrol at any time, but if the term is part-way through we encourage you to contact the teacher first. If you enrol in a course which is already full, you will be placed on a waiting list. 

First-year researchers are assigned to, and automatically enrolled in, English and Italian courses for the pre-sessional courses in September. 

Where there is an insufficient number of participants, the course will close. 

You should regularly check the language pages for the latest information.

 

Please note that the first time you enrol in a language centre course you must show your EUI card to the Language Centre Assistant.
 

 

 Attendance Regulations 

Attendance is compulsory once you have enrolled in a course. If you cannot attend a session for work-related, medical, or family reasons, you must justify your absence with your teacher. If you want to withdraw, please write to the Language Centre Assistant.

If you are absent for more than two sessions without justification, you will lose your place on the course.

 

English for Academic Purposes

  1. If you have not already done so, fill in the English Academic Writing/Presentation Skills Questionnaire.
  2. The course or workshop description includes you are interested time, place, and content. If you have any general questions, contact the Language Centre Assistant. If you have questions about content, contact the English Unit.
  3. Click the "enrol now" button, fill in the enrolment form, click submit at the bottom of the page.

Attendance is compulsory once you have enrolled in a course.

 

 

Italian

A. If you have never participated in an EUI Italian course, fill in the Italian pre-enrolment form.

Absolute beginners
September: You will be assigned to an appropriate A1-beginner course. 
October-June

  1. Click on the course or workshop you are interested in. The course description includes time, place, and course content.
  2. Click the "enrol now" button, fill in the enrolment form, click submit at the bottom of the page.

Learners with previous knowledge: If you are not a beginner you will be contacted by the  Italian Unit to take the placement test.

    1. Click on the course or workshop indicated by the teacher. The course description includes time, place, and course content.
    2. Click the "enrol now" button, fill in the enrolment form, click submit at the bottom of the page.

B. If you have already participated in an EUI Italian course you can directly enrol in the course indicated by your most recent teacher, or write to the Italian Unit to take a new placement test.

    1. Click on the course or workshop indicated by the teacher. The course description includes time, place, and course content.
    2. Click the "enrol now" button, fill in the enrolment form, click submit at the bottom of the page.

Attendance is compulsory once you have enrolled in a course.

  

French, German and Spanish

1. Click on the language you are interested in: French, German, Spanish

2. Choose the course level:

Absolute beginners: Absolute beginners for French, German and Spanish do not need to sit a placement test. They can register directly for the respective A1 course. Please note that the courses for absolute beginners start in October.

Learners with previous knowledge: If you are not a beginner and have not participated in an EUI course before, you must sit a placement test. Please contact: FrenchGermanSpanish

Continuing Learners: Learners who have already participated in a course do not need to take a placement test. They can directly enrol in the course indicated by the teacher (steps 3 and 4).

3. Read the course description (time, place, content)

4. Click the "enrol now" button, fill in the enrolment form, click submit at the bottom of the page.

Attendance is compulsory once you have enrolled in a course.

 

 

 

Teaching Terms


The teaching calendar is divided into 4 blocks designed to fit with departmental seminar timetables. Some courses carry on throughout the year. Others are offered for one term only.

Language Centre Calendar
 Pre-sessional courses  September   four weeks
 First term  October-December  eight weeks
 Second term January-Easter   ten weeks
 Third term  Easter-June  six weeks

 




Do I have to pay? EUI categories and cost of courses


Check your category (1-3) below to find out whether and how much you have to pay. If you are unable to identify your category, the Language Centre Assistant will be able to help you.

Category 1


  • Ph.D / LL.M. Researcher
  • Academic Assistant
  • Jean Monnet Fellow
  • Max Weber Fellow
  • Aeuifai
  • Canon Fellow
  • Erasmus/Exchange Student
  • Academy of Finland Fellow
  • Trainee: the first 25 hours of Italian are free
  • Administrative Staff (if agreed course by Director and HR service)
  • Research Associate 

  • Policy Leaders fellows: the first 25 hours of Italian are free

 MtnG students e STG Master exchange Students  First year, 40 hours free,from Octobet to March

STG Master exchange Students  Second year 20 hours free from September to March

Language Centre courses are free

Category 2


  • Alumni
  • Fernand Braudel Fellow and Partners
  • Marie Curie Fellow and Partners
  • Robert Schuman Fellow
  • Visiting Researcher/Students and Partner
  • Partner of EUI Researcher
  • Partner of Jean Monnet Fellow
  • Partner of Max Weber Fellow
  • Partner of Robert Schuman Fellow
  • Partner of Academic Assistant
  • Policy Leaders fellows: apart from the first 25 hours of Italian
  • MtnG students e STG Master exchange Students  First year apart from  40 hours from Octobet to March
  • STG Master exchange Students  Second year apart 20 hours from September to March
  • Trainee: apart from the first 25 hours of Italian

Cost of courses

 

Category 3


  • Professor and Partner
  • Visiting Professor and Partner
  • Visiting Fellow and Partner
  • Partner of Staff

Cost of courses

All fees must be paid before starting a course. Fees cannot be refunded.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category 2

Proof of payment must be sent to the Language Centre Assistant before starting a course

Number of hours  Course fees

6

9

10.5

12

13.5

14

15

16

18

20

24

25

27 -27.5

30

32

36

40

€36

€54

€65

€72

€80

€85

€90

€96

€108

€120

€144

€150

€162

€180

€192

€216

€240

 

All fees must be paid before starting a course. Fees cannot be refunded.
 

 

 

 

 

Category 3

Proof of payment must be sent to the Language Centre Assistant before starting a course

 Number of hours Course fees

 6

9

10.5

12

13.5

14

15

16

18

20

24

25

27 -27.5

30

32

36

40

€ 72

€108

€130

€144

€160

€170

€180

€192

€216

€240

€260

€270

€280

€300

€320

€335

€350

 



All fees must be paid before starting a course. Fees cannot be refunded.
 

Procedure for paying fees


Pay by credit transfer IBAN: IT69M0306902887100000002912     

BIC: CRFIIT3F

Reason for payment:7110000137 – CDL 

Provide proof of payment to the Language Centre Assistant, either in person, via a scanned version by email, or via a photocopy by internal mail.

 

You can also pay by credit card in the language centre assistant’s office:

Convento di San Domenico, second floor, room SD057

Tel. [+39] 055 4685 209, Int. 2209

 

Can I get a reimbursement?


If you withdraw from a language course, you will not be reimbursed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Page last updated on 07 October 2021

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