One month intensive courses: February and June

Public

This programme is aimed at all international students including adults, technicians and researchers… regardless of their level of French, who wish to:
- acquire and improve their skills in spoken and written French
- and/or prepare for DELF and DALF.
 

Levels

The ILCF teaches students in groups (of 18 to 24 students) according to their level: A1 Breakthrough > A2 Waystage > B1 Threshold > B2 Vantage > C1 Effective Operational Proficiency > C2 Mastery
 

Teaching

Courses are oriented towards the development of oral and written expression and comprehension skills. Achievement of autonomy in the use of French requires the acquisition of grammar, vocabulary and specific aspects of French culture. A variety of linguistic activities are offered to students and involve the use of specific methods, exercise books and real-life documents: press, adverts, cartoons, written texts, videos… The courses require students to participate on an active basis.
 

Organisation

The intensive programme includes 16 hours of teaching each week. The courses are taught on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in the mornings and/or afternoons.

  • Levels A1 to B2: 64 hours of common curriculum
  • Course length: 64 hours over 4 weeks - 16 hours per week
     

Schedule 2019/2020

  • February : 4-28, 2020
  • June : 2-26, 2020


Prices

Find the fees on our dedicated page: Dates and Prices


Level test

On the first day of each session, students are required to take a test to evaluate their oral and written skills, so that they can be allocated to the correct group.
 

Certificates

The training is completed by a Certificate of French language and culture in relation with The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CECRL).
The following examinations can also be taken depending on the schedule: DELF, DALF, TCF, DFP Business B2, DFP Business C1, DFP Tourism and Hotel Management B1, during studies at the ILCF, depending on the schedule.
 

Validation of credits

  • Assessment method: continuous assessment
  • Validation: 8 university credits or ECTS


Certification

A certificate of education and a student card will be issued at the start of the programme after receipt of the completed enrolment file and payment.

Pre-enrolment