- How did 2014 go for you, and how did it compare to previous years?
Not so good, we had a little decrease in our Italian language courses compared to 2013. We do think is normal for the reason I’ll point out in next question.
- What developments do you expect in 2015?
In Venice we have more and more experienced that odd years. Having the Contemporary Art Event La Biennale, we expect a noticeable increase of students. We are about to have the opening in May 2015 and we can already count on a + 15% on last year.
- Anything new this year?
Not so much, art history course are more attractive and it seems like there’s a growth of interest for cooking + Italian language courses.
- Where do the majority of your students come from?
Germany and other Europeans countries.
- What are your most popular student activities at your school?
Cooking classes have lot of success.
- What makes your destination special for your students?
- 3 things that make your school special for your students?
The atmosphere, the flexibility, the housing location.
Matteo Savini from Istituto Venezia: www.istitutovenezia.com