Learning European Languages (English — Fran├žais — Deutsch)

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Why learn a new modern European foreign language?

Mastering a new foreign language used in different European countries is much more than learning grammar rules, basic vocabulary and correct pronunciation. It is discovering Europe with a new face, with a culture and a lifestyle that are different.

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How is your language level assessed?

The language level is divided into six levels from A1 (beginner) to C2 (proficient) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. You always start a course with a free placement test.

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How are the courses structured?

It is possible to take classes individually or in a group, in face-to-face classes or online. The three formulas offered are standard courses (once a week), semi-intensive courses (two or three times a week) and intensive courses (four or five times a week).

Contact Us

For further information, or to book a language course, please contact us by phone, via email or through the website.

Dr. Raymond Pfister
1700 Fribourg
+41 (0) 79 193 92 03