SUMMER COURSES

SUMMER COURSE: PROGRAMME

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COURSE LEVELS

Classes are open to students of all levels: beginner (A0), A1-A2-B1-B2-C1.

2 weeks before the beginning of classes, all enrolled students receive a link for an online level test.

The online level test is compulsory in order to follow the programme. For complete beginners, no test is required.

More information on levels.

 

COMPULSORY COURSES

12 to 19 students per class.

Courses take place every day from Monday to Friday.

Schedule: 9am - 12pm (including a 15 minute break)

Number of course periods*: 55 (for one 3-week session).

*1 academic hour = 45 minutes

Course programme:  training in the five skills (oral and written expression, oral and written comprehension, interaction).

All course materials are provided on the first day of classes.

 

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Optional activities (workshops, courses and conferences) are organised every day in the afternoons.

Schedule: 12.30pm - 5pm

Number of course periods*: 75 (for one 3-week session).

*1 academic hour = 45 minutes

Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the optional activities with no enrollment and at no extra charge.

The activities are classified by level according to the requirements of grammar, written, oral and pronunciation skills.

More information on the optional activities.

  

CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA

In order to obtain a certificate of attendance, students must attend all classes and comply with the teacher's requirements.

Three absences maximum are tolerated.

Students do not obtain ECTS credits for the 3-week course.

In order to obtain an official certificate of achievement, a French exam is organised in August.

More information on the exam of the French Summer Course.

 

It is also possible to take the DELF/DALF exam in Geneva: click here.