Intensive / Immersion


>EACH TERM BREAK

Each term break, join us for an intensive French course. A chance to really focus on your French! Day and evening learning options, and beginner, intermediate and advanced class groups available. Each course is based around a different topic.

Spring Intensive Schedule
Week One: Tuesday-Friday 3rd-6th September
Week Two: Monday-Thursday 9th-12th September

To register your interest send us an email information@alliance-francaise.co.nz

For more information on the programme give us a call 376 0009

>NOVEMBER NEW CALEDONIA TRIP

New Caledonia Immersion Trip - November 2017

Find out all about the New Caledonia Immersion Trip here

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Your previous selection: Various levels

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1. Spring Intensive Beginner

beginners intensive springLet your love of all things French bloom this Spring by taking part in our Intensive Beginners French Course! This immersion class will get you off to a great start in your French learning - by attending all 8 sessions over 2 weeks, you will complete the A1.1 programme and ideally should be able to enrol an A1.2 course option for Term 4.




From Tuesday, 03 Oct 2017 to Thursday, 12 Oct 2017
  • Monday to Friday - 18:00 to 20:00 - 1) Grey Lynn Centre
2. Spring Intensive Revision OCTOBER 3RD-6TH

spring intensiveTake your French places this Spring! Benefit from the leap in your language skills that comes from spending an intensive period of time speaking, hearing, writing and reading French each day.

Each class is based on a theme to aid in the study of the French language, its grammar, vocabulary and many intricacies.

Students will be divided into classes based on levels (elementary, intermediate, advanced). You want to know your level? access the Level Test here.


 


From Tuesday, 03 Oct 2017 to Friday, 06 Oct 2017
  • Tuesday to Friday - 18:00 to 20:00 - 1) Grey Lynn Centre
3. Spring Intensive Revision - OCTOBER 9TH-12TH

spring intensiveTake your French places this Spring! Benefit from the leap in your language skills that comes from spending an intensive period of time speaking, hearing, writing and reading French each day.

Each class is based on a theme to aid in the study of the French language, its grammar, vocabulary and many intricacies.

Students will be divided into classes based on levels (elementary, intermediate, advanced). You want to know your level? access the Level Test here.




From Monday, 09 Oct 2017 to Thursday, 12 Oct 2017
  • Monday to Thursday - 18:00 to 20:00 - 1) Grey Lynn Centre