Intensive French Course
Immersion Program in France
Our intensive course is designed for those who have an urgent need to communicate rapidly and effectively in French. Our Immersion Program in France combines the group course above with private one-to-one lessons. All classes are taught by professional, native French-speaking tutors and group classes have a maxium of 6 per class. During the 6 hours of private classes you and your tutor will decide the content of the class. Your tutor will help you overcome your particular difficulties and look at vocabulary or grammar that concerns you.
25 hours: Mon-Fri 9.15am-12.15pm (group class) PLUS two evenings from 5pm - 7pm (group class) PLUS two afternoons of 3 hours each (private one-to-one)
Immersion Program in France: testimonials
I went to Ecole des Trois Ponts, for an immersion program in France in April 2017, to study French in France. It was delightful. The people were wonderful; the facility was great; the food was superb. Indeed, this school provides not only French language education but also a cooking school in France. The teachers there were especially good at evaluating my level, and helping me to succeed. I also enjoyed countryside walks --- walking in France and speaking French. The entire experience was superb, and I recommend it.
Larry L. (USA)
I finally made the decision to study French in France and in April of this year I attended my first French Immersion Program in France, at L’Ecole des Trois Ponts. I found the school through a friend and, as it came with cooking courses, seemed to be the ideal choice. I was not disappointed. The welcome I had was warm and friendly and I was lucky enough to be part of a really nice group of students from all over the world. As well as the French and cooking courses there were many different options to choose from including wine tasting, walking, visiting local villages, etc - all in all the school offered a variety of activities and all being in the target language was just perfect for us. I would recommend it and would perhaps return for a ‘brush-up’ in a year or two.
Denise S. K (Belgique)