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FLE (French as a Foreign Language)


The IPLME welcomes all students wishing to begin or continue their French learning. These courses give students an opportunity to acquire or deepen the linguistic knowledge that is essential to follow any training and activities in France or in a French-speaking country. The teaching method adopted is the communicative approach which allows French learners to learn to communicate in a given situation.
Class size is limited (15 students on average per class). All aspects of the language are worked on: oral and written comprehension, oral and written production, grammar and socioculture.

Our goals


Proposed levels  

Six skill levels have been defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. At school, we teach French from level A1 to level C1. In France, the B2 level is required to be able to register at university.





The levels defined by the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

For each level, you will find brochures at the reception which precisely describe the content and the objectives pursued. You will also find practical information (websites, bookshops, etc.)

Our program

Our course program combines oral and written skills, socio-cultural and pragmatic aspects of learning French. Each week is an opportunity to take a transversal approach to the language and to work on various aspects including:

THE DELF and the TCF  

Our courses also allow you to prepare for official certifications such as DELF or TCF.

DELF and TCF are official certifications to validate your language level. If you obtain level B2, you can claim university education or enroll in a higher education institution in France.

You can get used to these exams by taking mock DELF tests as part of our courses (unofficial DELF exam). If demand is strong, we can also open a specific preparation module for these exams.

Our Price/ Registration  

You can apply from a minimum of one week.

From one to 12 months we will respond to any period of your choice.

If you would like to register, please contact us by phone or email.  

Trial lessons are possible.


(*Due to covid-19, our school is currently only offering online lessons via Skype, but we are accepting new registrations.)


Admission dates : every Monday

Course days : Monday to Friday

Hours : morning class 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m./

afternoon lessons 12:30-3:30 p.m.

Holidays : 6 weeks for a year

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