Update : 05/27/2019
For ten years, Montpellier SupAgro has organized a French summer school targeting non-native students from all over the world. The goal is to improve their knowledge of the French language (oral and written skills) and discover the French culture. It takes place in July and August.
The Summer School is designed for international students and graduates who have a French level ranging from absolute beginner to intermediate (from A0 to B1) and aims at preparing them to attend a French Engineering Diploma and Master's Degree course or a PhD in France by giving them daily practice of the oral and written language, a key to succeed in course work.
The Intensive French language training is supplemented by a range of educational and cultural activities.
Example of outdoor activities organized in the summer 2018: visit of Nimes and Pont du Gard, visit of the Cité of Carcassonne medieval castle, visit of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert which is ranked as one of the most beautiful villages in France, visit of a wine estate and a wine tasting...
The language and culture summer course offers non-native students a unique immersion into the French culture and customs without forgetting the gastronomy!
The summer course offers international students language training in French as a Foreign Language so as to gain cultural knowledge and achieve a successful integration.
At the end of the training, students can supplement their qualification in French with a TFI certificate, recognized world-wide by employers and educators (on request, fee-paying).
The 'Language & Culture' Summer School takes place in July and August. Depending on your level, it is possible to register for two months, just for the July course or just for the August course.
The participation fee is 860*€ per month for the whole program (including French classes and cultural program). The participation fee is 720*€ per month for French classes only.
Apply now before June, 10th!
Montpellier SupAgro is certified “LABEL QUALITE FLE” for the French courses as a foreign language including the language and culture summer school.
It is the first agronomy school which obtained the French as a foreign language quality label. To date, only six national schools for engineers can use this label.
This label takes into account the French language courses as well as the additional services around the French courses as the premises, a warm welcome, the facilities and administration.
It is delivered by the inter-ministerial commission for a maximum of 4 years.
It comes from a common will between the French ministry of Education, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Culture and Communication Ministry and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development to commit to a high level of quality.
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