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French Classes in Montreal

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Our French language program offers students three different levels of immersion to choose from: Regular, Intensive, and Super-Intensive. A maximum of 16 students per class in our Core and Skills classes allow students to receive the personalized attention they need and the variety they desire.

On the first day of class, after selecting a program all students take a placement test. An exit test with a final mark of 70% must be completed to pass to the next level.


Regular French Program (20 hours per week)

10:40 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 15:30 (Monday to Friday).

The Basic Program is an excellent way to combine studying and traveling. Including "Oral Grammar" and "Conversation" classes, the Regular Program allows students to study French and still have enough time to enjoy "la vie Montréalaise" by day and by night.




Intensive French Program (25 hours per week)

9:30 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 15:30 (Monday to Friday).

The Intensive Program is ideal for students who want a complete learning experience. In addition to the "Oral Grammar" and "Conversation" classes, this program offers one hour per day of "Power Skills" class where students can improve in all four linguistic areas (listening, reading, writing and speaking) through a variety of interactive exercises, games and activities inside and out of the classroom.




Super-Intensive French Program (25 hours per week + 5 hours of semi-private instruction)

8:25 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 15:30 (Monday to Friday).

One additional class per day focused on improving pronunciation (for beginner and intermediate levels) or TCFQ Preparation and French Canadian Culture (for advanced levels).





The DELF (Diplôme d'études en langue française) and the DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) are the official diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education which certify the French language competencies of international students. The DELF and the DALF are composed of six independent diplomas, corresponding to the six levels of the European Framework of reference for the languages.

Our DELF curriculum is an integral part of our Intensive French program. Students listen to tapes, learn phonetics, study documents and texts, and take DELF exams from previous years. During a session, students are given two DELF preparation quizzes, one as a midterm and the other as a final. These quizzes allow students to gauge how they would do, should they decide to take an official DELF exam.

The components of the DELF exam are skills based (listening comprehension, reading comprehension, oral production and written production) and involve the usage of general, rather than specific elements, of French.




Internship Program

Our internship program is quickly becoming one of the most popular programs for language training. It provides an excellent opportunity for students to advance in their career by combining English or French Intensive courses with practical work experience in a company. The program is designed to help students develop and master the language skills they need in order to function effectively in an English or French-speaking work environment.




Accommodation while studying in Montreal

Students have the following housing options:

  • Homestay
  • Residence
  • Hotel