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  During the summer holidays and each vacations, take the opportunity to learn and improve French !


*fees: 1 190€ for 4 consecutive weeks.

From July 3rd to September 15th, we offer intensive French courses of 15 hours per week for adults and teenagers.


From Monday to Friday, you will attend 3 hours of General French per day, from 9 to 12 a.m or 1 to 4 p.m.


The teaching is based on the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and various methods are combined to guarantee solid skills.

You will be placed in a group according to your level. If you do not know your current level, you can take our online test.

The teaching is provided to assessed groups (from 3 students minimum to 5 students maximum)

Warning : the IFL reserves the right to cancel a course for which the number of applicants is not sufficient and the placement cannot guarantee the access to a group course. In this case, fees related to the placement test shall be definitively retained by the IFL without any refund.


Fill in our registration form and return it to

Do you want to register in one of our courses of French language but you do not know your level?  

To establish your level of proficiency, you can take a placement test that allows you to attend the appropriate group before registration.

Contact us for further information :

Please, kindly note that we do not accept the OLAI vouchers.


22 avril / 30 sept. - Luxembourg


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