Course in Upper Savoie France

Top Course Studies in Upper Savoie France 2017

Master

Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.

France offers a superb higher education system to not only its citizens but also foreigners. The country's dynamic culture attracts foreign students and those interested in pursuing international courses. France has a tradition of scientific and technological innovation. This ensures that scholars fully utilize their creativity.

View Course Studies in Upper Savoie in France 2017

Read More

Standard Intensive Course

Alpine French School
Campus Full time September 2017 France Morzine

The main aim of our Intensive French courses is for students to improve their speaking and listening skills in a short period. [+]

Course Studies 2017 in Upper Savoie France. The main aim of our Intensive French courses is for students to improve their speaking and listening skills in a short period. By taking an intensive French course, you will see a real improvement in your level of French very quickly which is also most rewarding. It is the perfect boost to start your language learning or to step up your level in a limited time period. Small group max 10 students, often less Lots of conversational interactive activities Focus on speaking and listening skills Use of the French language in real-life situations Useful topics often chosen by our students Throughout the course, there will be continued work on relevant vocabulary & pronunciation Available for all levels from Beginner to Upper-Intermediate 20 x 45-minute lessons over 5 days each week [-]

French + Ski

Alpine French School
Campus Full time September 2017 France Morzine

Morzine is part of the Portes du Soleil ski-area spanning France and Switzerland with 650km of pistes, one of the biggest ski areas in Europe. [+]

Morzine is part of the Portes du Soleil ski-area spanning France and Switzerland with 650km of pistes, one of the biggest ski areas in Europe. From gentle tree-lined slopes for beginners, to challenging black runs, off-piste, snow-parks and half-pipes there is something for everyone. We arrange everything for you so you can simply turn up and enjoy! Our lessons are taught by experienced native French speaker teachers who know how to make learning fun, interactive and effective. We focus on communicative skills, with plenty of speaking and listening practice and interactive activities. Our standard package includes: Standard French Intensive Course (20 x 45-minute lessons per week) Morzine/Les Gets ski-pass Half-board accommodation in a host-family or residence Free unlimited access to our online multimedia centre Access to our social/cultural activity programme for a small charge We can also arrange: Ski hire Ski lessons Airport transfers [-]

General French courses

IFALPES - Institut Francais des Alpes
Campus Full time 1 - 52 weeks Open Enrollment France Annecy

Students work on improving their grammar and vocabulary as well as written and oral comprehension. An emphasis is made on communicating in French. [+]

Course Studies 2017 in Upper Savoie France. Students work on improving their grammar and vocabulary as well as written and oral comprehension. An emphasis is made on communicating in French. They will also study French culture and will take part in varied activities during their lessons: wine and cheese tasting, visits to local markets etc.. The IFALPES accommodation service will find the most suitable type of housing to match your choice. Homestays, shared apartments, studios or dormitories are located in the town centre or in the town outskirts. From the school, they are accessible by bus, bicycle or on foot. Single bedroom in host family halfboard Single bedroom in hostfamily with breakfast Student Residence Individual studios or apartments Shared apartments Levels: Our study levels are in conformity with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Beginner No knowledge of the French language. A1 : Elementary Limited knowledge of the French language. Can understand simple and practical information from every day life. Can communicate in a simple way provided the interlocutor speaks slowly. A2 : Upper elementary Basic knowledge. Can understand isolated sentences referring to familiar areas. Can communicate within current situations and describe in simple terms topics of personal interest. B1 : Intermediate Limited but effective command of the language. Can understand clear and standard French referring to familiar matters. Can deal with situations likely to arise while travelling. Can speak about topics of personal interest and give brief explanations about a project or idea. B2 : Upper intermediate... [-]