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Group lessons

10 students maximum

Learning in small groups gives the opportunity to receive personal attentionfrom
the teacher who will monitor your progress, you benefit from quality teaching,
based on a communicative and interactive approach.
Lessons are conducted only in French to ensure progress.

  • The beginner's course

    For those who have never studied French before. You will be given the basics to feel confident speaking in everyday life.

    4 times a week, 2,5-3 hours a day (It can be subject to change.  If there are less than 5 students in the group the session lasts 2,5 hours).Each class is due.

    To enroll and see course fees

 

  • The intensive course (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1)

    For students who want to progress quickly. The daily rhythm of this course helps you to feel more confident communicating and using up­to­date French in real life situations, to discover French culture and improve in a short period of time.

    Monday to Friday 3­-4h/day, from 9 am until 12/13 pm ( It can be subject to change. If there are less than 5 students in the group the session lasts 3 hours). Each class is due.

    To enroll and see course fees

 

  • The evening course (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1)

    Gives students who are busy during the day the chance to improve or perfect their level of French.

    The focus is on communication along with writing, listening and reading.

    2 days/ week, 2h/day. Monday and Wednesday from 7 pm until 9 pm. It can be subject to change. Each class is due.

    To enroll and see course fees

 

  • DELF / DALF/ TCF preparation

    During the course you will be familiarised with exam techniques, improve and practice language skills. For more information, please, send us an email.

    To enroll and see course fees

 

  • FOS (French for specific purposes) course :

    French and Tourism, Business French, French and Fashion.

    Courses are designed for professionals or future professionals. They focus on specific vocabulary related to the field and help prepare students who are preparing to enter a university or get a job through role­play and structured language tasks.

    5 students minimum to start a group.

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