Atelier 9: small is beautiful

Atelier 9: small is beautiful

French School in Paris

Founded in 2002

Atelier 9 is registered as a training Institute. The School has 5 classes in a XIX century Parisian apartment. Maximum number of students is of 9 students per class. It is a School for 18+, although during summer months Atelier 9 welcomes groups of children and teenagers.

3 major types of French courses

The School offers 3 major types of French courses:

– Semi-intensive French courses 10h/week for €495 for 4 weeks

– Intensive French courses 20h/week for €265 for 1 week

– Extensive evening French courses 3h/week for €400 for 3 months

Home-stay in French families in Paris

Average Student age is between 25 to 35. But the School welcomes students of all ages. The School also offers accommodation. This is dealt by France stay. Students can choose between French Family home-stay and rentals.

There 3 to 5 French language levels. The Teaching method has been developed by the School. So no additional Book fees are required.

Language and Culture

Once a week, Atelier 9 offers “language and culture” around various themes such as:

– French songs

– Guide tours around Paris

– Welcome Cocktail

– Departure Party

Institut de Francais Paris 17eme: a serious School

Institut de Francais Paris 17eme: a serious School

Founded in 1986, The “Institut de Français” is now located in Paris XVII suburb. It is a very nice residential part of Paris. Quiet. Near to the Champs Elysées and the “Grands Magasins”.

The Institute is directed by Mr Bois a very nice and professional person. The School has 7 class rooms of different sizes in a nice XIX Haussman style building.

Students max: 15 per class

School Capacity: 300 Students per month

Course proposed:

– General French

– Options: Grammar, Civilization, Conversation

– Au Pair

– Children and under 18 for Expatriates on one to one basis

– Summer courses for Children and Teenagers

– French Exam preparation DELF; DALF

The School is accredited as “Etablissement d’Enseignement Supérieur”. It also has the label “Qualité Française” given by the CIEP since 2011.