14 Best French Language Schools in Paris in 2020 (from 60 €)

Recently reviewed French schools in Paris

Language Studies International (LSI): Paris

The school were very welcoming, their facilities were great you had everything you needed and the teachers were friendly and very helpful. It was a great way to meet new people, I real enjoyed the lessons and found them helpful but I think they need... more

L'Atelier 9

I found L'Atelier9 a great place to learn French! I would say that they focus more on speaking, so they teach you vocabulary and in every class you have speak/read load, which is good because you practice and improve faster!. In my case, I came to... more


French COURSE TYPES

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General

General French courses

General French courses are for adults who want to improve their speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in French. Most general French courses are for adults age 16 and up. 2 - 48 week courses available. Most courses average 30 classes per week.

Junior

Junior French courses

Junior French courses are for children ages 8 to 12 and teenagers ages 13 to 18 who want to study French. 4 - 8 week courses available in the summer from June to August.

Test preparation

French test preparation courses

French test preparation courses are for students who want to prepare for French proficiency tests to improve job prospects or gain admission into a university.

Business

Business French courses

One-to-one business French lessons are for business executives and professionals who want to learn French as quickly as possible with customized lessons and a private French teacher.

Teacher training

French teacher training courses

French teacher training courses are for teachers interested in teaching French abroad. There is a tremendous demand for qualified French teachers worldwide with job opportunities in just about every country around the globe.

Professional

Professional French courses

Professional French courses are for professionals who want to study French in a specific area, such as business, medicine, law, aviation, and hospitality.

Study and work

Work and study French programs

Work-study programs are for adults who want to learn French and gain professional work experience at the same time.

Specialty

Specialty French courses

Specialty French courses are for those who want to study French and take part in activities, such as sports, arts, food, and more.