A quick way to learn to speak, write, read and listen in French, from beginner to advanced levels.
These courses form the basis of our training offer and take place five mornings a week, from 9am to 12.30pm.
Bookings for 2 weeks, 4 weeks or more.

Objectives & skills

All language skills are covered: oral and written comprehension, oral and written production. At each level, teachers adapt the course content to the objectives, strengths and difficulties of the group.


Consistent with the recommendations of the CEFR, these courses are based on an eclectic range of methods inspired by action-oriented and communicative approaches.
The teachers regularly vary the activities and themes in order to offer a general progression that encompasses all the objectives for each level.

17h30 / week
Monday to Friday 9am - 12.30pm
A1 to C1
From €390

Further information

Course duration
Each level is completed over a period of one month, divided into two two-week sessions. Students can enrol for a minimum of 2 weeks and a maximum of 9 months.

Number of hours and course timetables
17.5 hours of training per week (including 1h15 break), i.e. 35 hours per fortnight and 70 hours per month. Classes run from 9am to 12.30pm Monday to Friday, with a break from 11am to 11.15am.

Numbers and levels
Student numbers range from a minimum of 8 to a maximum of 15.
Class groups are set up according to the level of the students, based on the CEFR. For this reason, enrolment in these courses is subject to the outcome of the placement test.

Registration procedures and deadline
The registration deadline is 10 days before the start of a session (2 sessions per month). Registration is only valid if the student has duly completed the level test at least 7 days before the start of the course.
If the registration deadline has passed, places may still be available. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

At the Alliance Française de Toulouse, 3bis place Guy Hersant, 31400 Toulouse

Teachers use a textbook and an activity book for the level of the course being taught (see attached document) which they regularly enrich with authentic documents.
Materials are not included in the price of the course.

A student visa is essential for non-European students coming to study in France. It authorises you to enter France.

If you wish to study for more than three months in France, you will need to apply for a long-stay visa for studies from the French consular services before your departure. We recommend that you register for our courses at least 8 weeks before your arrival in France. As soon as we receive your enrolment form, we will issue you with a certificate of enrolment, which you will need to apply for your visa.

A minimum number of hours per week (15 hours) is required to obtain a visa, you must therefore be enrolled on the intensive course for at least four months as well as additional workshops (if you need more than 20 hours per week).

CAUTION: A tourist visa is valid for 3 months only and you will be obliged to leave France on its expiry date. This visa does not entitle you to a "student" residence permit.

PMore information about issuing visas for France

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