Internships or stages in France are heavily regulated. Aix-en-Provence is quite a small town, and it can be difficult to find companies that offer interesting internships for language students. Read more
Témoignages de deux étudiants : Joel et Katharine, qui sont venu en France pour améliorer leur Français et acquérir une expérience professionnelle à l’étranger.
Work Experience programmes are becoming more and more popular every year at France Langue. We talk to Laurène Meulemans who is in charge of our Work Experience service at the school. Read more
Like most language schools, at France Langue we have activity officers who are responsible for arranging the activities calendar. Here’s their feedback on student activities. Read more
To give the language stay the final touch, we offer a varied activity program to all of our students. Participating to activities such as visits to nearby cities, food or wine tasting, french movies, theater masterclasses, etc… is another interesting way to study and learn more french.
We believe in the overall experience for our students, and activities are helping a lot to create a group connection. Read more
It’s important for the students to see another side of the city of Aix-en-Provence, not just take the classes, and experience what we, who live in Aix-en-Provence enjoy doing. Learn something new, discover something new, try something new – all in French. A good selection of activities offers all students the possibility to interact and thrive outside of the classroom. Read more
Exams are an investment of your time and money, so it is essential that you know the structure of the exam. Here are 4 tips to remember when preparing for your French language exam. Read more
A high quality junior programme requires 3 things : Great accommodation options, high quality level for language lessons and fun activities under a good ratio supervision. Read more