Zoom & Skype Lessons
We are happy to offer Zoom or Skype lessons at a reduced rate of 45€ per lesson if you book a block of 10 x 1h lessons. While you may be able to find cheaper online lessons, we take great pride in the quality of our lessons and our staff. We believe in employing only fully qualified and experienced native-speaker teachers. We believe our staff should be employed in the French system and provided with a salary in keeping with their experience. We believe in continued training for our staff which means they are up to date with technological advances, new teaching methods and techniques. This means that our teachers are motivated, professional, invested in their work and this shines through in the quality of teaching. So ultimately you will make more progress in less time!
Special Offers for lessons in Morzine
Super Intensive + Accommodation = just 599€ per week in November
This package includes 3 hours of French Intensive Lessons per day + 1 hour private lesson per day for 5 days plus accommodation in an apartment shared with other students. Our apartments are located above Alpine French School and 5 minutes walk from the town centre.
Super Intensive (without accommodation) = 399€ per week in November
This package includes 3 hours of French Intensive Lessons per day + 1 hour private lesson per day for 5 days.
Our French Intensive courses run in November and then throughout the winter season from January to April. You can read more about our Winter Intensive Courses here.
Intensive courses are a great way to give your French a real kickstart in the short amount of time. In November our Intensive Courses are 15h per week with the option of adding 1h per day of private tuition to turn this into a Super Intensive course. In the winter, we run Intensive courses of 2h per day and 10h per week from 9h-11h and/or 16h-18h to give you plenty of time for skiing. Choose to take one course for day (2h per day) or both morning and afternoon sessions (4h per day) for a real intensive immersion experience.
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- March 26th, 2021
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- February 26th, 2021
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- February 16th, 2021
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