Italian is taught in groups at various levels, starting with beginner. It is very popular with our students and our small, but successful department gets involved in many extracurricular activities. In June 2013 our school organised a French and Italian Culture Day. We invited guests representing international institutions, including the Vice Consul of the Consulate General of France in Krakow, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute and professors of the Institute of Romanesque Studies at the Jagiellonian University.

 

In February our students took part in a competition on the General Knowledge of French and Italian Culture, which was attended by 40 participants. The competition included questions from such areas as: political systems, geography, history, language, culture, cuisine and others.