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Guest House (Shared apartment / homestay)
Practise your French language skills and learn about the local culture while living in a single room in a shared apartment or home. You’ll live with a local family or students, French and possibly international as well. Half-board and self-catering options are available. You’ll share common areas with your host family or flatmates as well as the kitchen if self-catering. Bed linen and towels are provided. Students travelling together can request to share a double/twin room. Once a week, the premises are cleaned and bed linen/towels are changed. You will be 15 minutes from the school building by public transport (maximum).
Studio (from 18 years)
On your own or with the person of your choice, you will occupy a furnished studio located around 15 minutes by public transport from the school building. You will enjoy a private bathroom and kitchen area. Your studio will be cleaned every week and bed linen and towels will also be changed weekly. This accommodation option is ideal to enjoy maximum independence.
Hotel (from 18 years)
According to your budget and requirements, the school offers you a choice of hotels near the course centre. Contact us for more information.
The school offers a weekly leisure and activities programme including wine tastings, movie nights, city outings, sport activities and much more. The cruises on the Garonne or the Canal du Midi are very popular, as are the introduction classes to the local sport, basque pelota. A whole range of other outdoor sports are available, including bowls games, water-skiing, kayaking and much more. If you are interested in air transport, don’t miss the Airbus Centre guided tour. Full day or weekend excursions will also be scheduled: explore Albi, the native town of painter Toulouse-Lautrec, with its museum and cathedral, the Tarn Valley, the Gaillac vine stocks and Cathar villages. If you wish to arrange excursions to the nearby Pyrenees or Mediterranean coast on your own, the school will provide you with all useful information to help you organise your getaway.