If you need to improve your level of general French and you would also like to prepare the TCF, this solution is for you.
Student or employee who requires proof of their level in French within the framework of their studies, job or an application for French citizenship.
A1 – C2
A TCF preparation course will enable you to:
- develop listening and reading strategies,
- upgrade your language level (grammar and vocabulary),
- reinforce your knowledge of French life in general,
- prepare for the different tasks required in the exam
This course must be combined to an intensive course in the morning.
Option 3h/week: 2 lessons of 1 hour and a helf, usually on Tuesday and Thursday 2pm to 3:30pm
Option 6h/week: 3 lessons of 2 hours, usually on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2pm to 4pm in low season / Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 2pm to 4pm in summer
Option 10h/week: 5 lessons of 2 hours, Monday to Friday 2pm to 4pm
This schedule can be changed: in case of public holidays or at your request to the Head of Studies/ to your Teacher.
This tailored course is also offered to closed groups (from 2 students) :
- Available all year
- Personalised formula, from 3 to 30 hours/week
- Cultural workshops, excursions, company or school visits possible
- Various accomodations to choose from
- Contact for a quote
The programme for your course will be made-to-measure taking into consideration your level, the exam required, and the number of hours chosen.
The Ciel Bretagne has signed an agreement with the University of Brest (UBO), which is an exam centre for the TCF exam. We can register you for exam session of your choice providing you respect the inscription dates (see “Exam dates and prices”).
The fees for the TCF are not included in the price of the course and are payable directly to the Exam centre (Université de Bretagne Occidentale).
A candidate can choose to sit only the compulsory papers or the compulsory and optional papers.
Why take the TCF ? (Test of knowledge of French)
The TCF is a Ministry of Education standardised and calibrated level test, developed by the CIEP. Il est conçu selon une méthodologie extrêmement rigoureuse qui en fait un véritable instrument de mesure. It situates candidates on one of the 6 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and is a recognised certificate for application for French citizenship (B1 level required)