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Location: AFN, 2 rue de Paris

Timetable: Tuesday and Thursday, 6pm ▶︎▶︎ 8pm (4 hours/week)

Beginning of the class: every Tuesday except for beginners (first Tuesday of the session).

Duration of the course: two weeks minimum.

Registration fees: 50 Euros / year

Capacity: 18 students maximum per class

Age: starting from 18 years old (or 16 years old with parental consent)

Proficiency level: A1 ▶︎▶︎ B1

Goals: General French evening classes aim at studying every skill of language learning: comprehension, reading, speaking and writing.

Starting from B1 level, you can sign up for a “Business French” course. You will acquire knowledge and skills that will help you fit in a Francophone professional environment and adapt properly to your job.

Materials: authentic documents and learning materials will be selected by the teacher.

Organization: All AF de Nice classes are based on the CECRL, (the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) enabling students to acquire a proficiency level recognized all over the world.

Assessment: You will be assessed all along the learning process. If you choose, you may validate your acquired knowledge with a national certification (the TCF). Moreover, the AFN can provide you with a proficiency assessment certificate at the end of your course.

When registering to a course, you will gain free access to the Resource Center of the AF de Nice and you will be able to attend personalized tutoring sessions free of charge, if you encounter any difficulties during your learning process.

All classes last 60 minutes.
(language centers usually offer 45 min classes)

An official certificate can be issued.
This document will assess the nature,
proficiency and duration of your course.

I had an amazing time. Your teachers are fantastic! I really enjoyed my homestay, I learned more that I ever expected.

Vous êtes la meilleure école où j’ai eu la chance d’étudier le français.

Understanding the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR)