Why take the “Diplôme de Langue et Culture Françaises”
In our French Language School in Paris every year we welcome hundreds of students studying French in our French Culture and Civilisation classes to prepare the Diplôme de Langue et Culture Françaises. Students come from all over the world to ACCORD Paris with one goal in mind, to pass their exam to go back home with their Diplôme de Langue et Culture Françaises.
But why do so many people decide to take this exam in the first place at ACCORD? …and before the DELF?
Here are the top 5 reasons:
1. Your exam results provide you with an official qualification that proves your level of French.
2. The Diplôme de Langue et Culture Française is more than a Certificate that language schools give you at the end of your course.
3. The fees are low, very low: 50 euros only!
4. The exam is organised the last Thursday of your stay and you get the Diploma the next day, on Friday, from the ACCORD Head of Studies.
5. As well as all the benefits of a reputation, the exam achieve its primary purpose, helping you gain the confidence you need to communicate effectively in French!
Diplôme de Langue et Culture Française
“Great location, friendly, good facilities. Excellent workshops after morning lessons. Excellent relation with teachers. I will recommend Accord, for sure. Excellent value for money!”
5 Stars on Facebook – Viviana (ITALY)
“My daughter just returned back home after three great weeks at Accord in Paris. She is very happy about her stay and proud to show me the Diplome she got. A great school and we will happily recommend you to others! Kind regards.”
5 Stars on Facebook – Kristoffer (SWEDEN)
“Everybody was very kind and available. The grammar workshop was really great. I also have the Diploma, which is great for my CV. My host family was better than perfect.”
Our intensive French courses for adults (+16 y.o.):
Here is the list of the French courses offered at ACCORD Tour Eiffel school all year round:
Intensive French Course PM2 – 20hours/week
Intensive French Course A – 20hours/week
Intensive French Course B – 23 hours/week
Intensive French Course C – 26 hours/week
Intensive French Course D – 29 hours/week
Super Intensive French Course G – 32 hours/week
Super Intensive French Course E – 35 hours/week
French Culture and Civilisation Course – 26 hours/week
French Oral Communication Course – 26 hours/week
French Grammar and Writing Course – 29 hours/week