French Diploma course
Long-stay general French courses
The French diploma programme
A 24 or 36 week course including a DELF-DALF exam
About the French diploma programme…
The long-term diploma programme is a fixed date French course with a maximum of 14 students per class. The small class size makes it easier for students to express themselves.
The French courses in the long-term programme are supported by regular supervision by the teaching team and the educational manager. The aim is to ensure that objectives are met and that real progress is made.
This French as a foreign language programme enables you to learn or reinforce your knowledge of grammar and phonetics, improve your knowledge of French and enrich your vocabulary.
This course can prepare you for university entrance or a job in France.
The long-term French programme offers a practical way of achieving set objectives, with regular teaching support, while discovering French culture and the Bordeaux region.
Newdeal Institut offers a free e-learning training module to complement its face-to-face courses.
At the end of the programme, students can take the DELF / DALF diploma, depending on the level they have reached.
- Placement test
- Welcome pack
- Free weekly monitored tutoring
- School hand book
- DELF or DALF diploma
Newdeal Institut offers specific exam preparation workshops. You can also prepare for the exam on your own, thanks to the e-learning platform available to all students taking part in the diploma programme.
Newdeal Institut is a state recognised training centre with the Quality FLE accreditation. A letter of acceptance from our school enables you to apply for a VLS-TS visa from the consulate in your country. Don’t hesitate to contact our teams.
Newdeal Institut provides all course materials for its students. There is no obligation to purchase manuals. A welcome pack will be offered to you upon arrival, containing a pen and notebook for your notes.
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