1. ENROLMENT AND RESPONSABILITIES
1.1 In order to reserve their participation in the course the
students are required to send the enrollment
form online to Scudit Scuola d’Italiano at the web
or send a hard copy of the form by post or fax.
1.2 Scudit Scuola d'Italiano does not normally request a
payment of the course in advance, nevertheless it can provide a document
testifying to the fact that the participation has been reserved for to
those students wishing so.
In cases where students have to document the effected enrollment with
the scope of obtaining the entrance visa for Italy it is necessary to
carry out an advance payment of the participation fee. In other cases
the participation fee can be paid directly to the
School within the first three days of lessons.
event of payment in advance the wire transfer is to be effected to the
Deutsche Bank S.p.A.
Largo Brindisi no. 20 Roma
Via La Spezia 34
Bank account details:
Account no.: 000000821780
1.4 Should a student who has already paid the participation fee
cancel his/her enrollment, the reimbursement of the fees paid will be
carried out in the following manner: the cancellation effected within 30
days prior to the course starting date: total reimbursement (incidental
banking costs excluded); cancellation effected within 15 days prior to
the course starting date:
50% reimbursement (incidental banking costs excluded); the students
cancelling the course following the stated terms have no right to any
reimbursement whatsoever. In any case, there will be no reimbursements
made of the fee paid after the start of the course.
1.5 Individual lessons ought to be cancelled at least 24 hours
prior to the scheduled term.
2.1 Scudit Scuola d'Italiano accepts automatically enrollments
made by students who have turned eighteen years of age. In order to
enroll students under eighteen years of age it is necessary to have a
preliminary interview with the responsible personnel from the didactics
2.2 A preliminary interview is indispensable also for acceptance
of enrollments made by students who are not familiar with the letters of
the Latin alphabet.
2.3 The intensive courses for groups take place in the morning or
afternoon hours. The arrangement of the classes is established by the
school directorate on the first day of the course in line with the
organizational requirements. However, in majority of cases the intensive
classes for the groups are held in the morning throughout the year.
2.4 During the first 90 minutes of the intensive course students
are required to take a test aimed at evaluation of their linguistic
level (the students categorized as absolute beginners on the other hand
start with the lessons immediately without being subject to a test).
2.5 Every 14 days the classes may be re-configured based on the
teacher’s evaluation of the linguistic competences acquired by students.
2.6 Students who arrive late to the class may enter the classroom
only after the break between lessons.
2.7 The university students who wish to obtain a certificate of
participation in the course have to attend at least 68 hours/lessons out
of 80 (85% of the course).
2.8 The free guided tours are held only if the number of
participants is not less than 10 persons.
2.9 During the days of “Festa Nazionale” the lessons are
2.10 The school bears no responsibility in the event of loss of
personal items and in particular it bears no responsibility for the
relations between the students and the owners of the
2.11 The students have to independently provide for the insurance
coverage, if they wish so, in cases of illness or accidents. Citizens of
the EU are however entitled to health assistance free of charge upon
submission of the E111 form.
3.1 The arrival to the accommodations provided for by the school is
expected on Sunday prior to the start of the course; the departure takes
place on Saturday following the end of the course, at 10 am.
3.2 The apartments are entirely intended for the students of the
school or may be occupied by the owner at the same time. In any case,
this is not the accommodation in famiglia (meaning that one does
not share lunch, dinner or any other activity with the owner). Each
person has his/her privacy and personal responsibility for the
3.3 Bathroom and kitchen are shared: each student is required to
keep them clean after having used them in order to allow for the use of
the same by others. Cleaning of the rooms and communal spaces is the
responsibility and duty of the students.
3.4 In the event of any type of malfunction in the apartment it
is necessary to inform the owner who will see to the repair within the
appropriate time. Students are held liable for any damage caused to the
objects and items resulting in payment of damages incurred (the owner
may ask for a preventive deposit).
3.5 The relationship between the student and the owner of the
apartment is a direct one: the school assures merely the adequacy of the
accommodation. The payment is carried out at arrival directly to the
owner of the house. If the student is not satisfied with the
accommodation s/he may refuse to accept it upon arrival, but once
accepted they are obliged to pay the entire fee agreed upon.
3.6 It is strictly forbidden to accommodate friends or
acquaintances in the apartment and in particular have them sleep over in
one’s room without previously obtained approval by the owner of the
The violation of this rule leads to immediate removal of the guest
without reimbursement of the fee paid.
3.7 When using the communal spaces, one is expected to use common
sense (avoid using the kitchen in evening hours, listening to the music
at a high volume, needlessly wasting the hot water boiler when other
tenants need to take a shower, using thoughtlessly electric appliances,
failing to meet the rules of condominium, etc.). One of the tasks of the
guests of the apartment is disposing of the garbage every day in the
green dumpsters located on the street.