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Intensive French courses in Switzerland

Available in schools in Geneva, Lausanne, Montreux and Fribourg, intensive courses are rather intended for those who wish to learn French quickly. It is necessary to have enough free time. Indeed, these courses require study of between 8 and 25 hours per week depending on your needs and availability. Classes are small: between 2 and 8 students depending on the centre.

Classes are dynamic, fun and focused on practice. From the first day, you are immersed in the French language and you'll quickly feel comfortable with listening, conversation, pronunciation and common expressions.


Courses available

Intensive courses

  • Classes of 4-12 students maximum
  • The course is developed as needed.
  • For all levels: from beginner A1 to advanced C1
  • Study of 8 to 25 hours per week (3 days/week)
  • Exam dates: Please contact your school directly
  • Hours: Monday to Friday during the hours of school opening
  • Date of the next intensive course: contact your school

Semi-intensive courses

  • For all levels: from beginner A1 to advanced C1
  • Classes of 4-12 students maximum
  • Hours: Monday to Friday during the hours of school opening
  • Study of 9 hours per week (3 days/week)
  • Duration: 2 to 56 weeks
  • Date of next course: starts every Monday
  • Language Course + communication workshops

Executive Intensive

  • For all levels: from beginner A1 to advanced C1
  • Classes of 1 to 5 people
  • Hours: Monday to Friday during the hours of school opening
  • Duration: Minimum 4 weeks
  • Date of the next intensive course: contact your school
  • Language lessons + workshops + social activities

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