ADULTS (16 years and above)
We provide two distinct methodologies for delivering French language instruction to adult learners.
(i) the extensive approach: the conventional pace of learning
(ii) the intensive approach: an accelerated pace of learning.
These courses are offered in both online and on-site formats.
In addition, adult learners have access to specialized courses such as preparation classes for the DELF-DALF exams and conversation classes.
A FEW STEPS TO FOLLOW-
1. Choose your course
2. Complete the pre-enrolment form and submit
3. Get a confirmation email in 3-5 working days with Registration Attestation, Bills and Payment Guidelines as attachments
4. Follow the guideline and make payments
- If you cannot find our email
confirmation in your inbox, please
check your spam or junk mail folder.
- After completing the admissions
process, you will be provided with a
date and time to pick up your textbook
and class information from our
- Books will not be delivered via courier
Students are evaluated and assigned grades according to their comprehensive academic performance, regular attendance, and completion of project assignments. Nevertheless, it is noteworthy that a DELF examination is administered upon completion of each level.
In order to enroll in any level of study other than A1.1 or to resume studies after a break lasting more than two consecutive sessions, new students are required to undergo a placement test. This test is administered to determine the appropriate class level for the student, unless they are able to provide a standardized proficiency certificate that is no more than six months old.
AND CLASS SCHEDULE
Quarterly admissions occur in December, March, June, and September.
Students can enroll in any of these months and start learning the following month.