Franco-American Centre of New Hampshire
As part of the Franco-American Centre’s (FAC) mission – to celebrate and to preserve French language, culture and heritage – we offer several French classes for adults and children, as well as private and semi-private instruction. Classes are offered in the Fall and the Spring. Some classes may also be offered during the summer.
For class placement inquiries or other questions, please contact Pauline Guimond Grant, French Classes Coordinator, at email@example.com or (603) 623-1093.
French Cultural Center
Discover the pleasure of learning with our team of native and qualified teachers. We offer a wide range of classes to accommodate the level and needs of each learner.
Our teachers benefit from the expertise of the Alliance Française for the most effective methods of French language instruction. Our virtual class sizes are small (max 8 students) providing more opportunities for you to communicate in French, creating a lively classroom atmosphere.
Please note that during the Center’s renovation, the best way to reach the Education Department is via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach of Administrator at 617.912.0415, Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Merci!
To help you plan better, please find the schedule for the upcoming sessions. Registration usually opens about one month prior to the first day of classes.
Immersion Programs at the Language Exchange
The Language Exchange was founded in 1992 and has been operated since by its current President, Valérie Guillet. A native of France and an avid language learner, Valérie had attended numerous language schools in several parts of Europe before coming to the United States. These first hand experiences triggered the desire to recreate the atmosphere she once encountered in those schools. They made her appreciate the value of instruction delivered entirely in the foreign language, with a total immersion approach.
Lycée Français de New York
From its founding in 1935 to the opening of our York Wing extension in 2015 and the beyond, the Lycée Français de New York has always embraced excellence, innovation and openness with our students, our raison d'être. Their learning, growth and fulfillment are at the center of everything we do as an educational community. Find out more here about our mission, our history and the extraordinary learning environment that surrounds our students each day.
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a French-language university.
UQAM is a dynamic, open, creative university with an international outreach. It is recognized for the originality and quality of its programs, its cutting-edge research, solidly grounded in social concerns, and its innovation in the arts.
Prospective students: please visit our dedicated site Studying at UQAM.
Alliance Française Toronto
Alliance Française was founded in Paris, France in 1883 by Louis Pasteur, Ferdinand de Lesseps and Jules Verne and established in Toronto since 1902. Alliance Française Toronto has always embodied the l’humanisme, modern values of humanism and a respect for linguistic and cultural diversity..
Over the last years, Alliance Française Toronto has demonstrated its potential and vitality and has grown to become the largest French language school in Canada. It is a dynamic cultural centre presenting more than 100 events a year.
Alliance Française Toronto is a 100% Canadian non-profit and charity organization offering the GTA community a wide range of French as a Second Language classes to children, teenagers and adults from all levels.