The French summer camp in Nice takes place on a beautiful campus and is attended by 160 kids and teens who come to learn French and enjoy an engaging vacation with other students from 30 different countries.
These kids and teens come to us to learn French, share the joy of playing on the beach or trying their hand at sailing for the first time.
On top of all that when they go home, they take with them friendships and contacts for life.
€930 per week
Activities & excursions
Security & Transportation
20 morning lessons of 45 minutes per week
Maximum of 15 students per class
Activities & excursions
A full-day and two half-day activities/excursions planned for each week
On a summer campus
Group leaders are present 24/7 to supervise students throughout the stay and right up until departure.
Transportation from/to Nice Airport is provided and included in the price.
After French class: sailing, beach games, excursions, parties on campus.
And if the parents wish, permission to be off-campus in the evening, a privilege that is highly prized by students.
Our leaders, while accustomed to a close relationship with teens, are strict on monitoring curfews and are on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
French classes in the morning (Standard course) are attended by no more than 15 students per class. Teachers prioritize a fun environment that is conducive to developing oral skills so everyone can gain in confidence.
Intensive classes are held on two afternoons each week in small groups of no more than 10 students (with a surcharge).
Students participate in the program in two large campuses surrounded by green spaces and which offer all facilities: classrooms, bedrooms, canteen, swimming pool and sports pitches (football, volleyball, basketball, etc.). Rooms accommodate 2 or 4 students.
A French summer camp in Nice is perfect for sea-lovers.
On the program every week: A full-day excursion on the weekend either to the Lérins Islands by boat or to the Aquasplash water park or Monaco. A half-day excursion to Antibes, Grasse or Cannes, but first and foremost a rolling program of activities with Football, table tennis, beach volley, roller skating, etc.
Leaders are on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and also organize pool games, host parties and take them on trips to the beach.
Kids and teens are supervised from their arrival at Nice Côte d’Azur airport, Nice station or the campus reception. From that moment on, the team of leaders will remain on-hand and will oversee permission to be off campus.
Throughout the stay and right up until departure, the activities team supervise kids and teens and remains on-hand 24 hours a day.
Our group leaders are the main contacts for our students, and the activities team ensures everyone is fully inducted into this little society that is the campus or a school on arrival. The activities team, with its hands-on approach, its joie de vivre and the sense of security it instills in young people, is a key factor in the success of the stay.
On our campuses, we have a robust organizational structure that meets specific standards: A Center Manager (Coordinates all staff) A Teaching Department Head (Manages the teaching team) An Activities Manager (Manages the activities team) A Deputy Activities Manager (The Activities Manager's deputy) Wardens in the boarding house in the day-time when boarders are there and at night.
Beyond the requirements of the license awarded by the French authorities for our supervision and our facilities for minors, we take great care in monitoring the coming and goings of kids and teens.
Activities teams record students as they arrive and leave and ensure that parental permissions are enforced and that everyone gets back safely without leaving anything to chance At night the supervisors, managers and activity leaders, sleep on-site whilst night wardens are on duty by 7.30 pm
The capital of the Côte d’Azur, Nice has the advantage of being a city by the sea. Students can take advantage of the beaches and seaside as well as stores, bars and restaurants like in any major city.
Lovers of history will love the idea of a French language camp in Nice, the last French town to become part of the French Côte d’Azur in 1860.
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If you want to learn whilst traveling, your language camp in Nice will give you wonderful memories. During French classes, excursions, recreation and time at the beach, you will speak in French and become more confident in your ability to communicate.
Time flies when you’re having fun and, before you know it, it will be time to go home. You will have experienced a mixture of activities and relaxation on your French course in Nice.
Improvements will come mainly in your spoken French and in your confidence in expressing yourself in French and in general.
Teachers use active teaching methods, know how to put their group at ease and elicit spontaneous spoken responses through dynamic role play.
Everyone will overcome their shyness and inhibitions and become more confident in their ability to express themselves in French by responding to or making an argument.
Absolutely. 13-14 year-olds have permission to be off-campus from after lunch (1:30 p.m.) until dinner time (7:30 p.m.) as a matter of course.
15 year-olds are permitted to be off-campus until 10.00 pm with parental permission.
Parents can give permission for over-16s to be off-campus without a chaperone in the evening until 12.30 am.
You could almost say that the beaches are in the town center.
Nice sits on a beach that is several miles long and extremely easy to access, completely free of charge and safe. Note that Nice has pebble beaches and we recommend that you bring a lightweight pair of beach shoes.
Included in the “all-inclusive”, “without accommodation” programs and available as "course only".
12- to 17-year-olds are taught general French with a focus on
learning the essential spoken, written and grammar competencies for each level.
Through active teaching methods developed by the Centre International d’Antibes, and short teaching sequences alternating phases of concentration and interaction, teachers hold the interest of kids and teens and engage them in written and spoken production as well as reading and listening comprehension.
In line with the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, teachers bring their students on by creating learning and classroom activities that hold the interest of young learners.
During the 3 hours of each morning session.
Available for an additional cost (+€55/week)
This course is aimed at students wishing to make rapid progress. It complements the morning classes and students work on their spoken language skills. Here, in a relaxed atmosphere, the teacher seeks to establish automatic responses, helping students to reproduce and research information and assimilate language acts and structures in line with the objectives of each level.
For this, the teacher facilitates discussion and encourages everyone to contribute through starter activities to prompt oral communication, conversations, role-play and debates.
The boarding house has spacious en-suite rooms with 2 to 4 students per room.
School shuttle buses provide transportation for supervised excursions or or to bring them back from any free time agreed by parents.
The boarding house has spacious en-suite rooms with 3 to 4 students per room.
School shuttle buses provide transportation for supervised excursions or to bring them back from any free time agreed by parents.