Are you thinking of applying for your French Citizenship? Now that Brexit is happening, many people are looking to protect their future in France by becoming a French Citizenship through the process of ‘Naturalisation’. We are offering a course to help you prepare not only for your language test but also for your Citizenship interview. Let us guide you through the process and ensure that your French language skills and your knowledge of France are up to scratch in time for your exams and interviews.
The first hurdle is a French language test and the first part of the course is designed to help you prepare for your chosen test.
The second part is your citizenship interview where you are expected to show good knowledge of French history, how the government works and how the country functions on many different levels.
Even if you aren’t planning on applying in the immediate future, the course could improve your knowledge of France and the French language and you could find out if you are ready to take the plunge!
We have designed a programme to practice all the skills you will need. Our French native speaker teachers will hone your language skills to prepare you for the test and they’ll teach you everything you need to know for your interview!
Programme – Préparation Citizenship
Session 1 : Préparation TCF – DELF : Compréhension orale (Exam practice)
Session 2 : Préparation TCF – DELF : Compréhension orale (Exam practice)
Session 3 : Préparation TCF – DELF : Compréhension orale (Exam practice)
Session 4 : Préparation TCF – DELF : Compréhension orale (Exam practice)
Session 5 : Préparation Entretien – Les valeurs de la République
Session 6 : Préparation Entretien – L’organisation politique et démocratique
Session 7 : Préparation Entretien – Les moment-clés de l’Histoire
Session 8 : Préparation Entretien – La Culture
Session 9 : Préparation Entretien – La France Sociale
Session 10 : Préparation Entretien – Révision et débat
DATES AND TIMES
Dates 15th September – 15th October (5 weeks)
Rhythm: 2 lessons of 1h30 every week (15 hours total)
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Minimum Level: Please note that the minimum level for this course is B1
Please contact us for more information or to book your place. You can also finance your course using a government training budget if you are an employee, a business owner or an auto-entrepreneur.
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