The teaching is provided in assessed groups (from 10 students minimum to 15 students maximum) to ensure an individual attention.
The teachers are both experienced and qualified in teaching French as a foreign language and involved in daily and linguistic difficulties that a foreign student may meet.
The school proposes a pedagogic programme that is continuously adapted to the specific needs of students. You will be regularly evaluated to be sure of your progression and offer you the tutorial you need. At the end of the programme a final assessment will attest your French level and the progresses you’ve made. You can choose further to pass the TCF or DELF exam,worldwide recognised.
The teaching is based on the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and the classes are based on the range of language skills identified at different levels of the CEFRL. The class is focused on oral and written communication around the daily life and cultural environment to develop general and specific skills and aimed towards the B2 level. At the end of the summer school, the level you reach will depend on the one you started.
The teaching programme is for facilitating the student’s daily life, and also for training with the methodology of studying at graduate level in France, specialised vocabulary, finding a job or an internship, work on group projects, practise note taking skills, essay and report writing, presentations.
You are immersed in real life situations with after class and weekends activities so that you can practise the language you have learned.