FRENCH LANGUAGE COURSES



Our French language courses are taught by native professors with university qualifications and wide experience.

 

You can achieve the desired level in record time, approximately one level in three months. With an Eléméntaire (DELF A1), you will get the Supérieur (DELF B2) in one year.

 

Small groups.

 

We have a unique methodology and materials, you have not seen anything like it.

 

We offer flexible timetables (mornings, evenings, weekends).

 

Demtun will prepare you for any official examination in French.

 

We offer intensive summer courses.

 

School support and reinforcement classes.

 

French Conversation and Social Club.

At the end of your training, you will obtain the Demtun Diploma, certifying your level of French.

We offer free advice about your level of French before you join our courses.

 

Our courses are very complete, you will not find anything similar with that price and methodology. Our teachers are specialised in higher education.

 

You can obtain various qualifications, such as:

 

DELF A1, DELF A2,

 

DELF B1, DELF B2,

 

DALF C1, DALF C2,

 

DCL

 

Our students will have priority access to our University Degrees and Masters.

 

 High quality one to one tuition at very competitive prices.


FRENCH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

We offer French courses in several fields:

 

- Legal French

 

- Business French

 

- Finance

 

- Academic French

 

- Medical, Science, Information Technology

 

- Banking

 

 

- Business Administration

 

- Marketing and Management

 

- Customer care

 

- CV Preparation

 

- Job Interviews

 

- Specific Subjects (all subjects taught in French in educational institutions, from primary and secondary school to university level).


POINTS OF INTEREST

· One level in just three months, with our intensive courses

 

· Small groups

 

· French Conversation Club

 

· Priority access to our secondary education and university courses

 

· Career advice and job offers exclusively for our students

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