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Domaine universitaire de Jacob-Bellecombette
Based in Savoy, deep in the Alps, the ISEFE is a university institute specialising in teaching French to foreigners.
L’Alliance française Paris Ile-de-France (AFPIF) is part of an international network coordinated by the Alliance française foundation (set up in 2007) which represents over 1,000 Alliances françaises across 136 countries.
Esplanade de la Paix CS 14032
Carré international offers courses all year round for beginners and advanced learners of French.
The CAVILAM (Centre of modern approaches to languages and media), a private higher education institution, is a not-for-profit association. It was set up in 1964 by the University of Clermont-Ferrand and town of Vichy.
Ciel Bretagne : 30 years of experience in teaching French to foreigners !
♥♥♥ Holder of the label since its creation in 2007, awarded Label Qualité FLE with 3 stars in the 5...
30 years' experience teaching French as a foreign language!
Study French in Angers in the heart of the Loire Valley.
Located on the campus of University Rennes 2, the CIREFE offers French language lessons to foreign students.
The CUEFEE is a department affiliated to the University of François Rabelais in Tours.
The University Centre for Studies in French as a Foreign Language (CUEFLE) teaches French language and culture to students of all nationalities, from beginners to advanced.
The CUEF offers a wide range of specific courses that match your needs.
Every year the CUEF welcomes more than 3,000 people on its French language and culture classes.
The Centre Universitaire de Français Langue Étrangère (CUFLE), which is part of the Faculté des Lettres, Langues, Arts et Sciences Humaines (FLASH), is located near the new Library, a stone's throw from the centre of La Rochelle.
Nestling between lake and mountains in the beautiful town of Annecy, the CILFA welcomes adults of all levels to study French language and culture in groups of no more than 12 people.