Frequently Asked Questions

1. How big is Naples?

Naples averages a population of about 959188 residents and covers some 117 km2.

2. Do I need a language certificate to study/work in Naples, Italy?

One of the first questions students wonder when deciding to study abroad, is ‘do I need to speak the local language to study there?’ Please go to the session of the site “ requirements for the language of instruction” or contact one of our assistant to see if your language certificate is eligible to study at IAN Academy.

IAN offers inernational courses and study programmes in English, but you will most likely need to learn Italian as well, for work it is very important to have at least an Italian language base knowledge because Italy is not a bilingual country and not only, the job demand for foreigners who speak Italian is very high in Naples for every category so it is always good to study Italian once it was decided to move to Italy.
To receive an Italian language certificate where the four parts of the language are tested, including: reading, listening, speaking and writing, click here and apply for our foundation online program of Italian.

3. Is Naples, Italy an expensive city to live in?

The cost of living can play a major factor in deciding where to study. Aside from tuition fees, students should consider the local cost of living – including items like housing, food, and social life. According to the current Numbeo Cost of Living Index, Naples has a score of 61.93 – ranking it at number 220 of 476 cities globally for the cost of living (the higher the ranking, the more expensive the cost of living is).
Click this link to book your apartment/room in Napoli in advance or contact our Office of Accommodative Services
This is a local platform that we suggest to our students to find the best apartment or room.