20 or 30 lessons of 45 minutes a week
The main purpose of this course is to prepare students for university by providing them with the level of French required for French academic life. At the end of the course, students will be able to take the DELF exam (B2), an entrance exam requirement for admission to a French university.
Morning, From 9.00 am to 12.20 pm*
Monday to Friday - 12 students maximum
For the 20 lessons or 30 lessons programs:
Morning classes offer general French written and oral instruction tailored to your level of French .
Acquisition of indispensable grammar skills for each level , work expression and written and oral comprehension, scenarios / role playing.
Using various media : B. D. , articles, videos , manuals and specialized equipment designed by our teaching team .
* Includes a 20-minute break
Afternoons, From 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Tuesday to Friday - 6 students maximum
Only for the 30 lessons program :
During the afternoon courses we focus on developing comprehension and speaking skills. They familiarize students with the culture, civilization and French life.
Scenario, interactive educational activities, exchanges from authentic documents (video, audio, press ...), practice outside the classroom (surveys / reports ... ).
Students following the University preparation course are placed in the same course as other students.
Our teaching approach is dynamic and interactive. We put you in real-life situations to encourage communication and discussion and improve all your skills. Our preparation courses for the DELF exams are taught from this perspective and meet CEFR requirements.
At the same time they include exercises to prepare you for the DELF. You’re assessed regularly and individually monitored by your teacher. You’ll also take mock exams and have extra homework focused on each aspect of the exam.
The Centre International d’Antibes has a remarkable success rate in putting forward students for the DELF examinations.
You’ll receive practical personal advice on taking the exams from your teachers and the management team, who advise each student on the most realistic level of exam to aim for.
Mock exams are taken and a weekly formal evaluation tracks your progress. You’re given regular homework to complement the work in class.
Every three weeks a detailed assessment sums up your work and personal progress, tracking each student individually.
Note that the teaching schedule includes preparation and exam marking, when necessary.
Proof of success
Pass certificates can be obtained at the examination center on the day of the tests, or sent to your home country via the embassy