30 lessons of 45 minutes a week
This course is aimed at all students, from basic to advanced, who are preparing for the DELF exam. The Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française is an official diploma made up of standalone exams which exists for the four following levels of the Framework of Reference for Languages: (CEFRL): A1, A1, B1 and B2.
This course will enable you to learn the grammar, communicative competences and methodology for the relevant level of the diploma.
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 12.20 pm (including a 20-minute break)
The DELF is made up of general exam papers that assess CEFRL competencies which have been the basis for all our syllabuses since 2001.
As such, students enrolled for the DELF are placed in classes that are open to students who are not studying for the exam. However, they regularly practise the written and oral papers of the DELF. The teaching department issues them with a written competency workbook. Their teacher corrects these regularly in order to track and check student progress.
This course includes intensive work in the form of regular mock exams used to assess progress in the four competences of the CEFRL (listening and reading comprehension, spoken and written production).
Tuesday to Friday from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm.
For those who choose the 30-class course, in the afternoon, classes focus primarily on spoken production (guided discussion, role play, interactive activities, expressing a point of view based on starter text etc.) and listening comprehension (messages, reports, radio clips etc.).
Students are also familiarized with French culture and civilization in a relaxed atmosphere that is conducive to discussion and optimizes speaking.
Class size: 12 students max in the morning and 6 in the afternoon
Course start dates: specific (see below)
6 weeks +
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97% of our students passed their DELF exams in 2019!
• There are no lessons on the first Monday of your stay. You will take a test of written and oral French in the morning to assess your language level and assign you to a class. At the beginning of the afternoon there will be a briefing and a guided tour of the town.
• Course location: In general lessons are held at the “Le Château” school. When this school has reached maximum capacity, students take their lessons at the “Le Port” school.
• No lessons on public holidays : Apr 18 | May 26 | June 06 | July 14 | Aug. 08 | Nov. 11 | Nov. 11
• Christmas break :
2021/2022: Dec 17 - Jan 03
2022/2023: Dec 16 - Jan 02
• Sessions: Sep 20 | Oct 04 | Oct 18 | Nov 08 | Nov 29
16 weeks: Jan 31 | Mar 07 | Avr 11 | May 09 | June 27 | Aug 01| Aug 22
12 weeks: Jan 03 | Feb 28 | Avr 04 | May 09 | June 06 | July 25 | Aug 29 | Sep 19
8 weeks: Jan 31 | Mar 28 | May 02 | June 06 | July 04 | Aug 22 | Sept 26 | Oct 17
6 weeks: Jan 10 | Feb 14 | Avr 11 | May 16 | June 20 | July 18 | Sep 05 | Oct 10 | Oct 17
Why choose the DELF preperation course at the Centre International d'Antibes?
A valuable, internationally-recognized diploma with no time-limit.
Support that includes advice, regular reviews and recommendations resulting in a pass rate of around 97%!
Qualified, experienced teachers who are familiar with the content and methodology of the exams, ten of whom are official examiners.
Advice and personalized support providing practical information on taking the exam and evaluation of the student's progress.
Regular mock exams, weekly formative assessment to monitor progress and areas for improvement.
Homework and practice exercises to complement work done in class.
Interactive teaching methods that encourage communication by putting students in real-life situations and that meet the requirements of the CEFRL.
Over 7,000 students apply to the school every year!
Would you like to learn or improve your French, take a vacation while enjoying the pleasant Mediterranean weather and socializing with students of your age group from around the world?