Sprachreise Frankreich

French courses in Nice

Long Term French Courses

Gap Year / Long-Term French Course

  • 25 lessons per week
  • 6 to 10 students per class (maximum of 12)
    (9.00 h- 10.40 h / 10.55 h- 12.15 h / 13.15 h– 14.00 h).

September Session:

  • Beginners have the possibility to do the long-term course by starting with an additional 3 week Intensive Course (see: dates and prices for beginner starting dates).
  • 6 month course including preparation of DELF 1st degree. This course is starting end of September and is lasting until end of March. That is to say a duration of 27 weeks with 25 weeks of tuition and 2 weeks of Christmas holiday.
  • 9 month course including preparation of DELF 1st and 2nd degree. This course is starting end of September and is lasting until end of June. That is to say a duration of 40 weeks with 37 weeks of tuition, 2 weeks of Christmas holiday and 1 week of Easter holiday.


January Session:

  • Required level: Lower Intermediate.
  • 6 month course including preparation of DELF 1st degree. This course is starting the 2nd week of January and is lasting until end of June. That is to say a duration of 25 weeks with 24 weeks of tuition and 1 week of Easter holiday. This course is designed to students having finished high school or university and to anybody disposing of several months to become fluent in French language. Besides the language, this programme will let you know cultural, social and economic life in today’s France. A great number of language aspects and French culture are developed from the alpha.b student’s book, different teaching methods for teaching French to foreigners and authentic documents (newspapers, TV or radio broadcasts). Our teachers motivate and encourage you and make lessons really lively and fun. Living in a foreign country means also living amongst its people and that is why during lessons you will also learn about civilisation, history, culture, economy and business. Your oral skill is developed by using debates, opinion polls and interviews. The written language is developed by using résumés, commentaries and formal letters. The course is ending with the D.E.L.F. exam.

 

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