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|Business option (6 lessons) (per week)||200 EUR|
|Tourism option (3 lessons) (per week)||100 EUR|
|Exam fee (DELF A1)||100 EUR|
|Exam fee (DELF A2)||120 EUR|
|Exam fee (DELF B1)||160 EUR|
|Exam fee (DELF B2)||180 EUR|
|Exam fee (DALF C1)||200 EUR|
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Being immersed in the culture of a country is without doubt one of the best ways to learn the language. Living with a host family in Montpellier will allow you to get to know the local way of life, their customs and cuisine, and is a really enriching experience. It is also a chance to practise French every day and in authentic situations. Chosen with care, the host families know the school well and are located either in the city-centre or in the country (no more than 20 or 25 minutes from the school). You will stay in a single room with half board provided.
Our partner school offers students a range of excursions to get to know Montpellier and its surrounding region (Camargue, Aigues-Mortes, Carcassonne, the Pont du Gard, among others), as well as cultural and sports activities as well as activities related to French cuisine (wine and cheese tasting evenings, for example). The sea awaits you of course, far from the overpopulated beaches of the Côte d’Azur, at Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone. You can also enjoy Montpellier’s lively cultural calendar, with festivals for dance, music, cinema and theatre, the Comédie du Livre (an outdoor book market), the Festival of the Grapevines, and art exhibitions worthy of the largest European cities. The closeness of the Mediterranean and the beauty of the hinterland make the capital of Hérault a favourite destination for a language course between sea and scrubland, and you will no doubt be seduced by its mild climate, its thirst for culture and its festive feel...