Minimum entry requirements
There are no entry requirements for this course.
- Length of study: From 1 week
- Lessons per week: 28
- Maximum class size: 12
- Typical student age: 20-44
Typical student mix:
27% North American, 31% European, 19% Far Eastern, 4% Middle Eastern, 19% Australasian
Dates and fees
- Course starts eachMon
Tuition fees: From 330.00 EUR
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 EUR
- Enrolment fee: 80.00 EUR
- Other expenses:
The course is structured to help you use French that is relevant to the culture and everyday life in France. The aim being to help you use what you have learnt not just for the classroom but also for your work and personal enjoyment.
In fact the aim of all the courses on offer at this school is to help you feel confident speaking and communicating with the French locals during your stay as well as improving your core skills.
French is taught in an innovative and interesting way and teachers encourage students to develop their French skills using participative based learning which includes role plays, class discussions and debates.
The fundamentals of language learning is key to all classes and the school pays particular attention in all classes on developing the core skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
The school uses a wide variety of authentic materials to keep you stimulated which include: local and national newspapers, latest songs form key French artists, photos of the local region and a wide selection of audio/visual aids.
Excursions and Activities
After a hard day getting to grips with the nuances of the French language why not make the most of what Montpelier has to offer.
The school has a weekly excursion and activity programme which is designed to give you the chance to sample as much of the region as you can while giving you the opportunity to put into practice all that you have learnt during your class time.
The school’s cultural events team works closely with the teaching staff when developing the schedule to ensure that your educational and social programmes are complementary.
The wide variety of activities vary depending on the time of year and typically include : guided tours, bike tours, restaurant tours, excursions to cities and sites within the Languedoc region, French cinema evenings, theatre performances, sports activities, wine and cheese evenings, singing, local crafts and traditional dances
As part of your stay, you can also take advantage of a free guided tour of Montpellier each week.