Students – except complete beginner and children – are tested on the first day of school. See our different levels.
Yes, our courses are designed to meet the requirement of language certifications and school exams and help students prepare for certification such as Delf Prim for elementary school students, Delf for juniors and high-school students, DELF, DALF and TCF for adults.
Lessons are communicative, with emphasis on speaking, listening and writing. Grammar and verbs are studied to help you have a good structure of the language.
Yes. Outside the French summer school dates we offer private programs.
Yes. It is possible to arrange private lessons which are purely based on your needs, interests and objectives.
Yes. Students who complete their French courses receive a certificate.
We provide snacks for children and teenagers during the break time. Students have lunch with friends at 12.30 pm at school (they bring their lunch box) or at places around the school. We don’t have catering facilities to serve meals.
French Summer Classes does not offer scholarships. However, we encourage you to look for grants from your university, language training from your work or from a grant organization (for example, Erasmus Plus for teachers and school staffs, Merola Career grant for musicians, DOFE Gold Residental grants, etc.)
Early bookers enjoy discounts. The best time to book your French language program is as soon as possible or at least one month before you plan on coming to French Summer Classes. This is especially true if you need homestay, so we could match you with an available host family. However, last minute bookings are, of course, accepted.
Note that best accommodation options (host families, hotel, self-catering apartment, holiday apartments and villas) are booked up quickly in Cannes during the summer time. So, finding suitable lodging is best handled in advance.
In the event of any type of cancellation, charges may apply. Please, check our REGISTRATION CONDITIONS for details.
Classes take place every day from Monday to Friday, public holidays included. In the summer, public holidays in France are July 14 and August 15.
Regarding the courses : Students must bring writing material (notebook and pen). For teenagers and adults, a pocket dictionary may also be useful.
Regarding living in Cannes : During the summer, we recommend shorts, light clothes, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen and a sweater for occasional chilly evenings. The average temperature in the summer time is 28°celsius during the day and 23°celsius in the evening.
Yes, we encourage you to contact your host family before you arrive to introduce you. We will send your host family contact details with confirmation documents.
Cannes has a typical Mediterranean climate. Summers are long and warm and winters are mild.
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