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|One-to-one course (per lesson)||45 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DELF A1)||100 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DELF A2)||120 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DELF B1)||160 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DELF B2)||180 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DALF C1)||200 EUR|
|Exam fee (to be paid on site) (DALF C2)||200 EUR|
|Accommodation deposit (to be paid on site) (Shared apartment)||100 EUR|
|Extra night with host family||29 EUR|
|Extra night in a shared apartment||22 EUR|
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The best way to immerse yourself fully in the French language and culture is to live with a host family. Discover the ways and customs of the French from the inside and practise what you have learned in class in total immersion. Living around 10 to 20 minutes from the school, you will stay in a single room with half-board provided.
Located around 10 to 20 minutes from the school, the apartments generally accommodate two to three students or locals each. Each student has a single room and shares the kitchen, bathroom and living room with the others. This is an inexpensive option which will also allows you to meet other international students.
The school offers numerous cultural activities which will allow you to meet other foreign students whilst practising your French in a stimulating atmosphere. Delight your taste buds with the region's food and wines, broaden your mind with the wonders of the area's heritage, museums and surrounding scenery. Why not also discover the French culture through its films, theatre or even opera? All of these activities will help you develop your French in context.