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Learning French in France is your chance to perfectly master the language spoken in more than 40 countries to get acquainted with the culture of the country, its traditions and the lifestyle of the local population.
Today, France is a highly developed country that annually takes leading positions in various development indicators, including in terms of living standards. France is considered the benchmark of European culture, a country with a rich history, stunning architecture, exquisite and sophisticated cuisine. Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, Louvre, majestic temples and cathedrals, endless green vineyards, magnificent beaches of the Cote d'Azur - France is not by chance attracting tourists from all over the world, here everyone can find the perfect holiday and a lot of exciting activities.
It is also worth noting the mild climate of France. Warm winter and cool summer make living in the country comfortable at any time of the year.
More than 275 million people around the world speak French. It is the language of the great philosophers, the world language of fashion, art, cooking, architecture and science. French language gives you
a variety of possibilities. First, you can pass the language proficiency exam and continue your studies at a higher education institution in France or in another French-speaking country. Secondly, the language is in demand in the international labor market and opens the doors of various French companies.
The education system in France is considered one of the best in Europe.
Every year over 250,000 international students come to study here, which indicates the high level and effectiveness of French education.
Why is it worth learning French in France?
It is not a secret to anyone that the most effective way to master any foreign language is to study and live in the country of speakers of this language. Studying in France is a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the culture of the country and fully immerse yourself in the language environment.
French is one of the most beautiful and popular languages to learn, which is among the ten most common in the world. Another reason to sign up for language courses in France is the ratio of price and quality of educational services. Studying in France is distinguished by a high level of teaching and affordable prices.
Students are offered a large selection of schools and educational programmes.
While studying in France, you can combine the study of a foreign language with classes in cooking, art history and acting skills.
In France, everyone will be able to choose the right place to learn a language.
School campuses are located in the most picturesque corners of the country. Here you will find a huge number of amazing parks and gardens, you can see the most famous sights of the world, enjoy the unique architecture, visit the greatest museums, ancient castles and palaces, sample local cuisine, learn about the centuries-old traditions of winemaking, attend a jazz festival and, of course, relax on the beaches of the Cote d'Azur.
French language schools offer French language courses for children and adults with any level of knowledge. Students can study in groups from 4 to 15 people or attend individual classes. Before the start of each course, students are usually tested for the level proficiency.
You can choose the duration (from week to year) and intensity (from 5 to 46 hours per week) of the course, depending on your goals and preferences. You can start classes on any Monday during the year.
If your goal is to quickly and effectively improve your language skills, you can choose a general French course that includes the development of oral and written skills, reading and listening comprehension. Students from 16 years can take a course. In addition, some schools have groups for adults between 30 and 50 years old.
At French language schools you can prepare for international exams DELF and DALF. The DELF exam involves testing basic French language skills, while the DALF is a test of increased complexity that requires a high level of knowledge to pass. DELF and DALF diplomas are valid throughout life and are accepted by all educational institutions and employers in France. For students who plan to continue their studies at a higher educational institution in France, a preparatory programme for university entrance has been developed. This course will help improve your language skills for successful study at universities in France.
You can also take a course in Business French, which provides training in French oral and written, necessary for daily use in the workplace.
If you want to bring from France more than a good knowledge of the language, then you will probably like a course in French and art history in Paris. This course will help to learn everything about the history of art in one of the greatest and most interesting cities in the world, and the practice and improvement of the skills of the French language will be a pleasant bonus.
Some language schools offer educational programmes for teens, as well as French courses for children and their parents. Under this programmr, students will be able to combine learning French with cultural and entertainment activities.
IIn addition, there are courses for children from 10 years old, providing additional classes in writing, cooking, acting, making films and learning French culture.
At the end of each course, students receive a certificate confirming the completion of a French course at a French language school.
Studying in one of the French language schools is your chance to learn French quickly, efficiently and interestingly. In France, each student can choose for himself a school that corresponds to his goals and preferences. Language schools are located in various parts of France. These are large network centers with branches all over the world (Alpadia, inlingua, Sprachcaffe, Language Studies International), and schools, which offer training only in the cities of France (Center Antibes International, ACCORD Paris, Institut de Touraine).
Today, the most popular destinations for study are Paris, Lyon, La Rochelle, Valbonne, Tours, Antibes and Nice. If you want to visit all the main attractions of the country and fully experience the rhythm of life of the French, the capital is the most suitable option for you. Paris is a city that does not require presentation, the world capital of art, fashion and romance, where there are the greatest museums and historical monuments, as well as harmoniously combines novelty and antiquity.
Lyon is a picturesque city known for its cuisine and unique architecture. There you will find rich cultural events, music festivals, museums, theaters, cinema, antique markets and much more. You can also go to La Rochelle, a port city with a rich
centuries-old history, or Valbonne, a beautiful old town surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, or Tour, in the vicinity of which are the most famous French castles. And for those who wish to combine learning French with a relaxing holiday vacation, Nice and Antibes are perfect.
Language schools provide their students with accommodation in a student residence, a hotel or a family.
The residence is the best option for students studying in a language school for a long time and willing to fully immerse themselves in the French lifestyle and make many acquaintances with other students.
The hotel is the most expensive accommodation option, but at the same time the most comfortable.
Living in a French family provides several advantages at once. You practice French daily with native speakers, and also have personal space for work and leisure, while being at ease and at home. In addition, it is a great way to learn a lot about life in France, learn about the culture of the country and enrich your vocabulary.
The cost of living depends on the city, distance from the center and type of food. Thus, the cost of accommodation in a student residence in Paris will be from € 315, in a family - from € 200 (breakfast) and € 270 (half board), at the hotel -
from 765 €. If you are going to study not in the capital, but, for example, in La Rochelle, Antibes or Lyon, then accommodation in a residence will cost approximately € 214, a family costs € 200, and a hotel costs € 400.
In order to study in France, you need to issue a short-term or long-term visa, depending on the duration of training programs. We are pleased to assist you in obtaining all the necessary documents for obtaining a visa to France.
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