Fantastic French Immersion Courses in Provence

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What could be more special and memorable than learning French on a truly exceptional  immersion course where you stay in lovely Provence. Aix en Provence, Isle sur la Sorgue and Fontaine de Vaucluse – the names trip off your tongue to conjure up images of the most beautiful of Provence’s towns. Now you have the opportunity to live the Provencal life in one of these legendary places like a local, enjoying the food, discovering secret places – and learning French at the same time.

French immersion courses in Provence and the South of France

 

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There are loads of opportunities to visit the most beautiful villages of Provence, the legendary markets, museums and vineyards, to go wine tasting and discover the real Provence. But this time it’s with the help of a local, someone who knows the area, its people and its culture. You’ll get to know Provence while learning French, in a way you never thought possible as a visitor.

Every stay is adapted to suit the needs of the visitor. Every stay is tailor-made and students can choose how many formal lessons to undertake (from 5-30 a week) on an individual or group basis (usually no more than 4 people). The teachers are able to adjust the pace of learning as you go through the days, to focus on areas that need improvement and be specific where you need help. But the lessons don’t end when the bell goes here! You carry on learning, chatting over lunch, walking round a market talking to the vendors, in the boulangerie buying delicious croissants for breakfast or ordering a glass of wine in a café. This is how you learn to speak real French and practice until you feel confident. As one student puts it “I was a complete beginner but somehow I covered SO much material. It has been totally unbelievable. I learned at least the same as I would have in one year at University!”

Go as an individual, with your family and friends or as a group, at the end of your stay, you will most certainly have made new friends and you’ll be amazed at the incredible difference it makes to your French!

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