STANDARD FRENCH programme
A French course for all language skills
Our Standard programme is a French course designed for adults who want to learn French through daily immersion, with flexible start and end dates.
Built around a comprehensive programme of twenty 45-minute lessons per week, from Monday to Friday, the Standard French course is open to all levels from A1 to C1 and offers a good balance between theory and active French practice.
All skills are covered: reading, writing, listening and speaking in French, as well as grammar and phonetics.
Learning French in France and in Annecy with a Standard French programme is an excellent opportunity to make fast progress while still having free time to discover French life and culture.
- Placement test
- Welcome pack
- Free weekly tutoring
- School road book
- Ev@lang certification included from 9 weeks
- E-Learning module
- TCF Certification
- DELF B2 – DALF C1 exams
FRENCH PROGRAMME: STANDARD FRENCH COURSES
Every student registered in a French programme must take an online placement test.
Thanks to this initial French assessment, we’ll be able to assign you to a group corresponding to your level of knowledge and skill.
If you are a complete beginner in French, you will need to start your French course on specific dates. For all other levels, programme start dates are more flexible (usually every Monday).
It is a French language level test developed and distributed by France Education International. It is designed to position students on a CEFR level scale.
The EVALANG test is included in all KLF French programmes from 9 weeks onwards.
The KLF group is present in 5 major French cities: Annecy, Bordeaux, Lyon, Montpellier and Toulouse.
If you want to start in one city and continue in another, it’s possible to do so while enjoying a consistent administrative and teaching environment.
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