At Italian Graffiti there are 4 main Italian language course levels:

Italian language lessons on a one to one basis for specific purpose and HSC tutoring for Italian beginners, continuers and extension. A range of special and targeted courses are also available throughout the year.

Always check the website or contact us to know more.

Take a journey with us!Each of the 4 main levels are made up of different stages, each stage usually requires 18  hours of school attendance in a period of 9 weeks and approximately 1 to 2 hours a week of home study depending on the level. Some courses can run on a different basis, for example a one off  course, an intensive course, a set of workshops,  a targeted topic course, or a culture course.

Each Italian language class is identified by its level and stage eg: Beginners Stage 1 or Beginners Stage 2. In addition each group of grammar students is identified by the name of an Italian city (e.g. Positano), all other types of classes also have their own name (e.g Time to talk) which simplifies class management and re-enrolment.

If you are not sure about your level you can send us an email explaining what your previous studies or experiences in Italian are, this will help us to direct you to the right course and level.


Are you too busy or do you have a difficult timetable making it impossible for you to fit in a regular Italian language class?

One on One Italian grammar or conversation, tailored lessons can be the right solution to suit your schedule.

Tutoring for adults and children can be arranged for you at our centre, your home, office or wherever it suits you.

Call us to talk to our course coordinator and to plan your sessions and structure your learning path so that your lessons will be personalised and you will be able to make the most of your learning time.

One on One tutoring for general purpose, grammar, conversation, business, HSC-IB- PLIDA exams

All our teachers are qualified and experienced native speakers and undergo the working with children check.


If you are going to Italy to study you might need to know about the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR). This is a guideline used to describe achievements of learners of foreign languages across Europe, including Italy. The CEFR method describes what a student is supposed to be able to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing skills at each level If you want to know what CEFR level you are working at, go to your course description and find the CEFR code.

Learn Italian in Sydney with us!
Choose one of the many Italian language courses on offer every term,
from beginners to advanced there is always a class for you to learn the "Bella Lingua".

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