Is this Gap Year course for you?
Yes…if you are looking to rapidly improve your French language skills at a quality French language school in a fantastic location.
French language courses in Cannes are a popular choice for students on a Gap Year preferring a residential course (to staying with hosts). The French language school in Cannes offers both short-term and long-term French Gap Year courses for all ability levels, including beginners.
Most students choose to live in the on-site campus residence accommodation, just 2 minutes walk from the beach. Established in 1931, the French language school moved to its present site in 1981. It is set in its own private campus, around a central open-air courtyard. It is just one road back from the beach and a 15 minutes stroll from the heart of the town and has parking (for cars and bikes) on site.
If you wish to learn French in Cannes to a high standard (B1 to C1 ability) over a concentrated period of long term and in-depth study, this is the course for you! Covering all aspects of the language in detail to ensure a high standard of comprehension and expression in both the written and spoken elements of the language. The DELF exams can easily be incorporated into these programmes.
The aim of this course is to learn how to communicate in daily social situations, according to your language level. It is based on solid grammer development, systematic study of real life contexts and vocabulary expansion. Emphasis is put on:- interactive exercises in class, use of written, recorded and visual documents to improve comprehension and expression, practicising comprehension and self-expression and placing the language within a meaningful cultural context (according to class ability). These long-term French courses allow students to focus on all aspects of the French language over several months study in Cannes, whilst placing the language within a meaningful cultural framework.
These French Gap Year Course ensure rapid acquisition and long-term retention of key French language skills and also covers a range of topics on modern day France (cultural, social and economic). Oral and written French language skills are developed and enhanced through out these courses. These French courses are aimed at students with beginners to advanced abilities, who want to see serious linguistic improvement and are working towards fluency over a few weeks or a number of months.
French Course Methodology:
Intensive grammar study
Development of vocabulary
Syntax and application
Listening and comprehension
Dialogue and communication
Written and oral expression
Lecture and analysis
Live guided discussion and synthesis
This French language course is an excellent opportunity to learn a new language, immerse yourself in a new culture and make new friends from all around the world. The study plan takes into consideration your current level, your needs and the length of your course.
Prepare for the DELF & other French Exams in your Gap Year.