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French in Paris

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Mondes Nouveaux, founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization specializing in language homestays in France. Their teachers are dedicated specialists, and host families give students a warm welcome into their homes. Each student is individually and fully covered by a comprehensive insurance upon request. Mondes Nouveaux is an excellent choice for your French language immersion needs.

The Ecole Suisse Internationale is a non-profit organization specializing in teaching French as a foreign language and is recognized by the Paris Education Authority and the Swiss government. The institute is open to anyone over 16 who would like to improve their knowledge in the French language and its culture.
The school is represented in two different locations: in the heart of Paris and in Dijon, capital of the Burgundy region. Thanks to their small capacity, they have successfully developed a nice and friendly atmosphere. Their French program is adapted to the student’s level and each person can choose the best formula compare to his/her objectives whether you choose part-time or full-time programs, exam preparation (Delf, Dalf, CCIP, TCF, etc.), private lessons, or summer teacher training programs.

Les Cèdres is a French language school in the small, friendly town of Massy, in the leafy southern suburbs of Paris, just 30 minutes by train from the Notre-Dame cathedral. Not only are class sizes small (an average of eight or nine per class), but there is also a system of personal help, and excellent relationships with the local community (clubs, societies, churches, language helpers). Courses are offered at five levels; with study periods ranging from the three-week summer school in July to a programme of up to two years (minimum period, six weeks) during the school year (September to June). On-campus child care is available, as well as on- or off-campus accommodation. Many students choose the school for its Christian leaning (short daily chapel service), but others are attracted by the friendly atmosphere.

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