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Orientation Camp in Rome

Chill-out before meeting your Italian Host Family by joining our pre-program Orientation Camp in Rome. If you are you going to attend  an Exchange Program you are probably a bit excited about meeting your Host Family, that’s quite normal but it could be a bit intense.

Relax before the “great day”, take a break by joining our Orientation Camp in Rome, meet other Exchange Students have some fun and start getting a grasp of the language.

Furthermore, our staff will assist you with your Residency Permit papers and share some useful insights about Italy.

This program is supervised by our staff 24/24 although students are encouraged to enjoy some free time to socialize with other Exchange Students. 

Who Can participate – Exchange Students enrolled into an Exchange Program from all organizations
Duration – 5 days
Location – Rome
Group Size – 10/20
Age – 14-17
Dates – 1-12 September 2021

Get in touch! Send us an inquiry form for prices and dates!

Do you need a visa?

Western European citizens do not require visas to enter Italy unless their stay exceeds 90 days. Citizens of other countries should inquire at the nearest Italian Consulate about entry formalities and requirements.
In some cases, you need a visa, application for which can be made at the Italian Diplomatic and Consular Representations in your country of residence. In case you are uncertain if you need a visa, please kindly check the following website:
A document confirming the study holiday will be issued only after full registration of the participant, and upon receipt of payment for the entire language stay. Students are responsible for obtaining the visa and any corresponding costs.
Against surcharge, we are also able to assist you during the procedure to obtain the permit of stay (= permesso di soggiorno) at the local authorities. Please kindly inform us before arrival if you are in need of a study visa, respectively residency permit.

Send us your enquiry form to receive a detailed description of the program.

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