|| Our French courses help you develop your
communication skills, improve your understanding of
grammar and enrich your vocabulary. You will also discover various aspects of
French civilization through class activities and authentic documents used by our teachers.
Our school provides equipment that will help you learn, with
three computer rooms, a multimedia laboratory, language laboratories, a
resource centre including many works of grammar, vocabulary, phonetics, spelling, civilization, learning methods as well as French magazines.
You receive a certificate at the end of the course which indicates what
level you have obtained. A more detailed certificate can be sent to you on request (made known to the person in charge of the course on your arrival).
17,5 lessons per week, from Monday to
Friday, from 9:15 am to 12.45 pm.
Dates: classes begin every Monday
except for the beginners level.*
Public: for the general public
over 16 years old, with no more than 12 students per class
Beginners to advanced (A1 to C2)
The course programme is compliant
with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL):
development of 4 communication skills – comprehension and oral
expression, written comprehension and expression – grammar,
vocabulary and French civilization in daily life.
textbooks, specialized books on grammar, vocabulary, civilization,
audio and video documents, multimedia resources, press, etc.
Individualized progress: you change level according to your own
Organization: 6 lessons per week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, from 2 pm to 4.15 pm
Public: for the general public over 16 years old, with no more than 12 students per class
Level: Beginners* to advanced (A1 to C2)
Course: oral expression and understanding, phonetics and vocabulary building through activities varying according to the level (games, role play, discussions, debates, etc.)
Course material: national and regional press, video and audio reports and documentaries, songs, etc.
This option is for you if you would like to study in an international class and enjoy group activities, but you also have specific needs (work on your pronunciation, reviewing certain grammar points, preparing an interview, etc.). These tailor-made courses match your requirements precisely, since you decide on the syllabus.
Combined 5 courses = 28 lessons (23 lessons + 5 lessons)
Combined 10 courses = 33 lessons (23 lessons + 10 lessons)
Combined 15 courses = 38 lessons (23 lessons + 15 lessons)
If you have specific objectives in the fields of science, journalism or diplomatic relations, choose the
Combined FOS 5 courses