Yes, it’s compulsory to buy the International Express (New edition) method. Your teacher will give you the references. You can buy it at your course centre.
You’re tested every week and you have an exam at the end of each level.
It all depends on the effort you put in, the work you do on your own and how much English you use on a daily basis.
The time taken to cover each level varies: the higher the level, the longer it takes.
For example: Level A1 lasts for approximately 8 weeks, while level B1 lasts for 14 weeks.
CAMPUS LANGUES offers 9 levels of English lessons.
They follow the scale of levels defined by the CEFR, which has 6 levels.
We have subdivided the levels to allow you to study in an evenly-matched group that’s ideally suited to your language needs.
There’s an average of 20 students per class.
Most of our teachers are native English speakers. The few that are not native English speakers have demonstrated their expertise over several years of teaching and show the same high standards in their teaching method.
No. We offer general intensive English lessons. If you’re looking to prepare for TOEIC or TOEFL, you may register for our specialist TOEIC and TOEFL preparation courses at our centre in La Défense.
Most of our students are aged between 20 and 30 but we welcome students of all ages.
We welcome French learners but also European and non-European learners. The courses are full of students from every continent and from all horizons.