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  1. For more than 100 years the British Institute of Florence has offered international residents and visitors outstanding opportunities for personal enrichment through participation in educational, cultural and social activities.

  2. The British Institute of Florence is a cultural institute founded in 1917 in Florence, Italy, with the aim of promoting Anglo-Italian cultural relations, teaching English and Italian languages, and running a library of English books to illustrate British and Italian literature, art, history and music.

  3. British Institute of Florence. About us. Partner with us. Support Us. Contact us. Il British past and Present. Board of Governors. Meet the Team. Why we're special. Work with Us. Quality Policy. Your event at The British Institute. Our Partners. Donate. Life Membership. Make a Gift. Support the Cultural Programme. Make a Legacy.

  4. Our General English courses offer a comprehensive approach to the English language, one that covers all four core skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. These courses are practical and allow students to speak and use the language right away, but also to acquire a solid grasp of grammar so that they can progress from year to year to the next level.

  5. Each Wednesday evening at 18.00, join us for an informative and entertaining lecture on a theme connected to the history, art and life of Florence. The lectures are given by leading experts, simultaneously in our beautiful Library and round the world via Zoom!

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    TheBiflorence. @TheBiflorence ‧. ‧. 1.89K subscribers ‧ 181 videos. The British Institute of Florence promotes cultural exchange between Italy and the English-speaking world. Videos....

  7. 22 de sept. de 2022 · September 2022 – Last week, on September 15, ISI Florence was an honored guest at the British Institute of Florence opening event for their new Language Center. The opening saw the presence of the BIF director, Prof. Simon Gammell, and deputy-director Prof. Amanda Lowe, along with the BIF faculty, the Institute’s community, and ...