General Courses Introduction

To master the most romantic language in the world, we divided the course into levels, following the Common European Framework of Reference.
Additional to the courses curriculum, we propose some specific workshops (Conversation, Grammar & Pronunciation) : we highly recommend you to opt for a package course + workshops.




  • If you've never studied French before > you can enrol in A1.1 - our complete beginner class (see schedule below)
  • If you have some French language skills > start by taking our level test, one of our teachers will then be in contact to confirm your level and let you know your learning options
  • Want more help or information? > Contact us


         Group Courses


To enrol in a class you must be a student or member of Alliance Française Auckland. The different benefits of each are outlined here. You will be prompted to purchase a student card or membership during the online enrolment process.

2019 TERM 3 CLASS SCHEDULE (July 22 - September 29)

Please click here to see our classes curriculum

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Available Courses: 26

1. Regular Classes

Our regular classes run in blocks of 10 weeks (or 5 weeks if you start at mid-term).
You can choose between 1 session of 2 hours/ week or 2 sessions of 2hours/ week (Twice a week class).
Learn in a friendly, immersion environment with our professionally trained teachers!

Available Courses: 3

4. Conversation Groups

Join our Intermediate or Advanced level daytime or evening conversation groups for a fun and friendly way to get lots of practice speaking and listening in French. Each session is loosely structured around a topic of the day.