New french language courses in April, in Tallinn and Tartu

Mar 30 2017 / Jun 19 2017

Find out about our new french language courses and workshops starting in April!

From the start of April we offer language courses and workshops at various levels.

Beginners

•  A1.1 level language courses (60 ACH). For more information click here. Every Monday and Wednesday from 5:15 pm to 7:15 pm (from 3rd of April to 19th of June).
•  Workshop "Voyage, voyage!". A theme workshop on tourism to obtain basic language skills for a trip to a french-speaking country. Every Wednesday between 7pm and 8:30pm (from 5th of April to 24th of May).

Levels A2-B1-B2

•  Workshop "Discover France II" . Conversation courses presenting different French regions. Every Thursday  from 7pm to 8:30pm (from 30th of March to 18th of may).
•  Workshop "Conversation". Conversation courses on culture, politics and recent events to improve your oral language skills. Every Friday from 12pm to 1:30pm (from 7th of April to 26th of May)  

Levels B2-C1 in TARTU : 

•  Thematic workshop "French Language in EU Public Law". More information here. Every Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 7:30pm (from 4th of April to 27th of April)

Level C2 :

•  Workshop "Revision C2". A course to revise french grammar and improve Your written and oral skills. Every Tuesday from 7pm to 8:30pm (from 4th of April to 23rd of May)

Info: cours@ife.ee, phone: 627 11 96

Register for a workshop

 

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