Popular destinations in France

Paris

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Paris

11 schools, 154 courses go

Nice

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Nice

5 schools, 98 courses go

Nice
Aix-en-Provence

Aix-en-Provence

3 schools, 78 courses

Antibes
Marseille
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Nanterre

Nanterre

3 schools

Courbevoie

Courbevoie

3 schools

Vincennes

Vincennes

1 school

Brest
Rennes
Vannes

Vannes

1 school

Lyon
Grenoble

Grenoble

1 school

Villeurbanne

Villeurbanne

1 school

Valence

Valence

1 school

Montpellier

Montpellier

9 schools, 64 courses

Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans

Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans

1 school, 4 courses

Perpignan

Perpignan

3 schools

Nimes

Nimes

2 schools

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French COURSE TYPES

What type of French course are you looking for?

General

General French courses

General French courses are for adults who want to improve their speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in French. Most general French courses are for adults age 16 and up. 2 - 48 week courses available. Most courses average 30 classes per week.

Junior

Junior French courses

Junior French courses are for children ages 8 to 12 and teenagers ages 13 to 18 who want to study French. 4 - 8 week courses available in the summer from June to August.

Test preparation

French test preparation courses

French test preparation courses are for students who want to prepare for French proficiency tests to improve job prospects or gain admission into a university.

Business

Business French courses

One-to-one business French lessons are for business executives and professionals who want to learn French as quickly as possible with customized lessons and a private French teacher.

Teacher training

French teacher training courses

French teacher training courses are for teachers interested in teaching French abroad. There is a tremendous demand for qualified French teachers worldwide with job opportunities in just about every country around the globe.

Professional

Professional French courses

Professional French courses are for professionals who want to study French in a specific area, such as business, medicine, law, aviation, and hospitality.

Specialty

Specialty French courses

Specialty French courses are for those who want to study French and take part in activities, such as sports, arts, food, and more.


Questions and answers

Have questions? Get answers from Language International staff, Language International student advisors, and past students.

"One of our students, an Italian national would like to know if she still need to get a visa to be able to study in Paris."

With an Italian nationality, the two girls do not need a visa. Italy and France are part of the European Union with no frontier limitations between countries.
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"How many course hours do the government requires to get a visa?"

باسم الصاوي , student from Saudi Arabia
Usually, government ask for a 20 hours course as a minimum.
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"First of all, the student wants to make sure it is no problem for that he has the Palestinian nationality and carries an Egyptian passport. More importantly, can you also send an invitation letter to support his visa application (apart from the letter of acceptance)?"

You can tell the student that it is absolutely no problem for him to be a Palestinian, on the contrary. Regarding the invitation letter, has it to be sent by the school or by the familly he will stay with.
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"What else is usually required by the Embassy when applying for visa?"

هدى حمودي الطائي , student from Iraq
The passport number is usually required by the embassies.
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