Rigorous learning as an enjoyable experience






we work around your schedule 

free 30-minute consultation 

you’ll reschedule all missed minutes/lessons 

no one-fits-all course > personalized courses 


Fastest fluency results

Our language courses emulate ILR (Interagency Language Roundtable) teaching/testing methods. Shortcuts to grammar ensure that students can see results after the first 2 hours.

You may record your classes for free.

Affordable fees, no hidden costs

Our fees are based on the complexity of each program.


Lessons are offered 7 days/week, 7AM-10PM, at multiple  locations. No lost minutes, no stress: if you are  late, your missed minutes will be added to your lesson (teachers’ schedules are designed to accommodate you).

Open choices

Students can study only one subject, or choose their personalized curricula with a variety of subjects.

Classical education

Our classical curricula employ traditional European and “old-school” American methods and subjects in synergy with the most updated research. 

Entertaining instruction

The personalized language courses incorporate TV sources, songs, media, novels, and your favorite professional literature.

Transferable hours

Gift cards and subject-transfer options are available.

Free European Club events

Italian cuisine and French cuisine events, painting workshops, and Book Club.

Subject-immersion education

Learn like a diplomat !

Subject-immersion training consists of a combination of exercises, visual and audio sources, and individual study according to personalized plans that can strongly stimulate the student’s learning capacity. The results are seen after the first 2-hour lesson. In diplomatic schools, immersion language programs could cover up to 8 hours of classroom instruction (plus independent study) for a student to achieve fluency within 3 months. 

The programs offered by DIPLOMAT languages Inc. are tailored to apply the immersion method of training to various other subjects besides foreign languages. We also teach each student how to study effectively between classes in order to achieve a successful subject-immersion.


The classical European approach to language study is extremely useful to SAT/ACT students and other test prep candidates (who, in U.S. schools, are often taught Latin, aiming for similar philological results). Many of our students have loved learning a modern Latin-based language — such as Italian and French, (or Romanian  which is utterly similar to Latin) — instead of classical Latin. Learning a modern Latin-based language boosted their SAT/ACT vocabulary, and, moreover, they be able to use the language on their European trips.

The fast-fluency goal

Have you ever been told by foreign language teachers that there is no explanation for those confusing grammatical rules…? In our immersion courses, students receive linguistic and cultural explanations for every question through basic click philological training as taught in European classical programs. You will not only learn the answers to all your questions, but you will discover how such knowledge helps you learn faster and allows you to actually enjoy your learning process.

Our language-immersion curricula rely on the philological method* to help students achieve a better perception of the foreign materials. Learning can be turned from a boring duty into an exciting pastime; with us, students realize that reading books is not a burden, but a privilege and a pleasure. 

* The word “philology” (from Greek) means “love of words/reason”. It is a science that deals with the interrelation between linguistic, cultural, and societal developments in the course of history. This dedication to learning words and comprehending language meanings unites teachers and researchers of modern or classical languages, cultures and literatures, translators, diplomats, journalists, publishers, actors, writers, priests, and poets. In Europe, the philological method represented for centuries the only “proper” way to learn a foreign language. It implies learning languages in a logical way, via etymological references and actual  literary sources, as opposed to learning just through repetition, games, or pictures. It is a type of instruction that is very stimulating to children and adults as well, because it is smartly-structured to expand their insights on multiple plans. In some European universities, language studies are still called “Philology schools” and the specific methods employed there relate to diplomacy and the intelligence sector. In the U. S. some philological tools are divided among specialized fields such as: psychology, marketing, literary criticism, hermeneutics, art, symbology, and entertainment.