Find here some useful information to study French.
At the University of Montaigne
You can take classes of French as a second language course.Visit their website to know more about the language programs they offer. You can also send an email to have more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their office is open from Monday to Friday (except on Tuesdays), between 9-11.30am and 2-4.30pm.
At the French Alliance
Alliance Française Bordeaux is a national private language organisation which provides all-level courses in French for international students. They also organize different types of visits of the city of Bordeaux and the Aquitaine region. To participate to French classes, prepare for the DELF or TCF test, go and have a look at their website.
Have fun learning French!
Franglish is a language exchange event for French and English native speakers.
The aim of these events is to learn and practice a language in a fun, friendly environment. This unique concept of one-to-one conversations between 2 natives speakers (one French, one English) allows the participants to speak 7 minutes in one language and 7 in the other. It takes place in the Torito Cafe (Bordeaux center, tram stop : Cours Alsace Lorraine) and is for free.
You can evaluate your French level and try one free online course.
More info on the student life in Bordeaux.
Office D 421
House D - IAE Bordeaux
35 avenue Abadie
33072 Bordeaux Cedex
05 56 00 97 19
Contact by email