French Courses from 8H to +20H/week
Discover our intensive or light programmes and take French lessons at our Paris 19th, la Défense or Boulogne-Billancourt sites.
Packages & prices
How to register
Change level: your teacher must have confirmed that your level does not match that of his/her class. Submit your request to your teacher.
- Change teacher: the Director of Studies will assign you another teacher. Please write an email at email@example.com.
- Change times: on condition that a course matching your level is available. This request should be submitted online: Mon Campus
We have several centres in Paris and at La Défense.
7, rue Duvergier, 75019 Paris (19th district). The closest Metro stop is the ""Crimée"" stop on line 7. Two other centres also look forward to welcoming you nearby.
Yes, if there are places available for your level. The French test will precisely identify your ability level and together we will agree the times best suited to you.
Day classes: 9 AM / 11 AM / 2 PM / 4 PM
Evening classes: from 7 PM to 9 PM, 2 evenings per week.
No. Not unless you are a complete beginner*. The test enables us to assess your ability level and to propose a class suited to your linguistic requirements.
(*) You are a beginner if you have never studied French or if you have no knowledge of the French language (you only know a few words and a maximum of 2 or 3 phrases).
You only have to pay the enrollment fee (€60) once a year.
- On-site: by bankcard, in cash or by cheque
- Online: by bank card via our secure payment site
You will need to contact the French consulate in your country. The time required to obtain an appointment for a Schengen visa should not exceed 15 days (unless special circumstances apply, i.e. if it is the ""high season"" for example) and the time taken to issue one should not exceed 15 calendar days.
The person applying for the visa must provide the consular authorities with all necessary items of proof concerning the purpose of the envisaged stay and the related conditions (sufficient resources, accommodation which can be demonstrated by means of an accommodation certificate) and must ""supply all information making it possible to assess the applicant's willingness to leave the territory of the member states"".
It all depends on how hard you work, how much personal work you put in and to what extent you use French on a daily basis.
The length of the ability levels is variable. The higher the level, the longer it is. You need approximatively 3 months to complete A1 / A2 levels and 4 months to complete B1/B2 and C1 levels.
CAMPUS LANGUES proposes 5 levels of French classes.
These are based on the level scale defined by the CEFR which has 5 levels.
We have subdivided each level into three sub-levels to enable you to study in a uniform ability group perfectly suited to your linguistic requirements.
On average there are 18 students per class.
You register for 4, 8 or 12 weeks (renewable)
For example, for 10H per week for 4 weeks (4X10H) + Unlimited activities and workshops = €465
Compulsory Edito manual: €28,40 to €37,60 according to the student's level.
Registration fee: 50€
For example, for 20H/week for 4 weeks (4X20H) = 565€
Obligatory course materials: From 28,40 € to 37,60€ selon le niveau.
Registration fee: 50€
You'll need to supply us with a medical certificate that you are unable to attend the classes and the period of absence will then be deferred.
No, You registered for day-time classes, your place is booked for the payed weeks.
The diploma is issued by the teacher to students who attended at least 12 weeks of courses.
This official document confirms your attendance of French classes. You should submit your request via MonCampus (http://moncampus.campuslangues.com/). You should create your account then use the request form. The certificate will be sent out to you by post within 2 weeks.
You can take these 2 weeks between 2 periods of paid teaching, we ask you to keep studying during your holidays in order to keep the same level as your group. If the difference of level between you and the group is too high, you might be placed in another group that better matches your level.
Our bank details will be sent by mail after your preregistration file will be validated.
PLEASE NOTE: all bank charges are at your cost.
We recommend that you register 2 weeks before your classes start in order to reserve your place.
Most of our students are aged between 20 and 30 but we welcome students of any age.
We are open from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM at: 7, rue Duvergier, 75019 Paris (PARIS 19th district). The nearest metro stop is the "Crimée" stop on line 7.
We are open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm at Boulogne-Billancourt - 60 rue Carnot, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt. Metro station : Billancourt (line 9).
You can start your French classes at any time of the year:
- Each Monday for non-beginners (subject to available places)
- Approximately every two weeks for complete beginners.
You have to register at least 2 weeks before the start of the course.
The date of the next ""Beginners' Level"" French course is always shown on campuslangues.com
You must register 2 weeks before your course starts.
Monday is always a very busy day: to register on site, we recommend that you come and see us on:
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 10 AM and 7 PM.
There are more than 130 nationalities in the school. We welcome students from all continents and all backgrounds.
"If you are a citizen of a European Union country: you do not need a visa.
If you are a citizen of a country which is not a member of the European Union:
For a stay of less than 90 days: the visa you need is a short stay visa known as a ""Schengen visa"". Some countries do not require this visa. You can view the list here.
For a stay of more than 90 days the visa you need is a long stay visa adapted to the length and purpose of your stay.
For further information: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr
Yes, you are required to buy the Edito method. Your teacher will give you the necessary references. This can be purchased at the Registration Department.
Most of our teachers are French speakers and the few teachers whose first language is not French have demonstrated their skills through several years of teaching, displaying the same high standards in their educational methods.