Without a doubt, French is one of the most pleasant languages for the listener, in addition to being the second most studied language in the world after English.
There are many websites where you can learn French online, but if you really want to learn it properly, it is best to take a French course abroad,whether in France, Switzerland, Canada… only then will you get to speak French optimally.
Below we present the best French courses for you to become a very high level French speaker.
The best courses to learn French abroad
Featured: Intensive General French (Montreal, Canada)
These general French courses, for example in Canada, will allow you to advance in all areas of language learning and is ideal for students with levels from beginner to advanced. Courses focus on developing communication, speech, listening, reading, and writing skills.
Featured: Standard Course + DELF/DALF (Montpellier, France)
French exam preparation courses are focused on preparing official exams that certify your level. Certification can be a requirement to access university or postgraduate studies and is increasingly demanded by companies in their staff selection tests. We all know that today in the curriculum it is very important to have an official degree that demonstrates your language level. With French exam preparation courses you can certify your language level officially, for example through the Diploma of French Studies (DELF) and the French Language Diploma (DALF).
Featured: French & Culture (Lyon, France)
French courses abroad with activities combine general language classes with recreational activities. With these French courses you can continue to improve your language level after school while practicing your favorite hobby and meet people with tastes similar to yours. You can combine, in this example, your French course in Lyon with activities such as: water sports and diving, surfing, golf, tennis, yoga and fitness, multisport, ski & snow, horse riding and polo, gastronomy and tourism, music and dance, art and audiovisuals or culture and leisure.
Featured: University Pathway (Paris, France)
French courses for pre-university are focused on preparing students for college. The aim is to improve the level of French enough to be able to study at a French-speaking university. Once the course is complete, the student will have enough level of French to be admitted by these universities. It is a good opportunity to develop at the university level communicative, written skills, critical opinion and text analysis.
Featured: Full-time Business French Mini Group (Quebec, Canada)
French courses for business, for example in Canada, are focused on those who want to improve their level of language in the field of business and/or business. The courses offer written and oral communication so that you gain enough fluidity to perform your professional functions within the company and in the business world. This type of course will allow you to develop presentations, negotiations, emails, reports, draft letters and generate your network of contacts in French.
Featured: French Teachers Training (Toulouse, France)
Training courses for French teachers can be of several types:
Courses aimed at preparing people with university training to teach their native language to students for which that language is not their mother tongue.
Second language teaching methodology courses aimed at French teachers who wish to update their knowledge in methodology in an international environment by sharing classes and experiences with teachers from other countries.
CLIL (Content and language integrated learning) methodology courses aimed at teachers who teach bilingual teaching at their school. This type of course provides the teacher with methodological tools to be able to teach a subject in a language that is not the student’s native so that he can acquire the knowledge of the subject and improve at the same time his level.
Featured: French Course + Paid Job (Paris, France)
Study and work programs give you the opportunity to expand your curriculum and work life while studying a French course abroad. It can be paid work, internships etc, depending on your level, experience and what you’re looking for. But without a doubt, a French course with the possibility of adding a work experience, is certainly a great investment for the future.
Featured: Cannes Standard for Teens (Antibes, France)
French courses for juniors in France, as in the example, are designed for those younger students who are willing to live their first experience abroad learning a language. Normally they are divided into programs for children (7 to 14 years) and for young people (15-18),there are several types within them, such as summer camps, colleges, combined with the practice of some sport or activity. All french courses for juniors you will find in Ynsitu include accommodation in residence, college or camp, where minors learn and have fun in a controlled environment and under constant supervision.
Featured: 30+ French Course (Nice, France)
French courses for seniors (+30/+40/+50) are in focus for adults over 30, adults over 40 years old and adults over 50 years old. These 3 blocks are the minimum age ranges in which senior programs are divided. Here you can find varied programs for the different age ranges. If you are an adult in any of these age ranges and want to make sure that your classmates will be of an age similar to yours is the type of course that suits you.
Featured: Legal French – French and Law (Paris, France)
In specialized French courses, you will learn the language in a more technical way to be able to work better in your profession. For example: medicine, engineering, legal, aviation, etc. This will make you aware of the vocabulary and technical expressions you will need to be able to be a professional outside your own country. Also in this category are courses that aim to help you specifically improve some aspect of the language such as public speaking, grammar, reading and comprehension, etc.