6. Learn French (CUEFEE & CRL)

French language & culture courses at the CUEFEE


You can complete your learning agreement with courses of French, offered by our University Center of French Teaching for Foreign Students (CUEFEE). You can choose up to 3 courses.

If validated, each course will give you 4 ECTS as follows:

  • Written language (24h/ semester), 4 ECTS credits
  • Oral language (24h/ semester), 4 ECTS credits
  • Cultural options (20h/ semester), 4 ECTS credits (level B1 minimum required)


These courses are free for exchange students.


/!\ Students with a level of French above C1 will not be able to register for CUEFEE courses.


If you wish to take courses at CUEFEE, you will need to indicate this during a step on your online pre-registration on Mobility Online. Upon arrival, you will be required to pass a French language proficiency test that will allow you to be referred to an appropriate level group.


Registration for the level test will be possible during your appointment at the International Relations Office for the final administrative registration at the university.

 

Day of the tests 2020-2021

Semester 1

To be announced

Semester 2

To be announced













Conversation in French - Tandem sessions in a Language Resource Centre (CRL)

You would be paired with a French student. For a half-hour, you would speak in French and for the second half hour, you would speak in your mother tongue.

There are two possibilities:
 

  • Intensive program

> Open to English-speaking students (possible for Spanish-speaking students)
> 20 hours of tandem sessions by semester
> 400-word essay
> 3 ECTS credits
 

  • Open program
> Open to Spanish-, Italian-, German-speaking students and English-speaking students who do not wish to do the intensive program
> Less than 20 hours per semestre
> no ECTS credits

An information meeting will be held at the beginning of each semester 2020-2021
Timetables to be released soon


Where to meet us: CRL des Tanneurs - ground floor (enter through the extension or the street Monseigneur Marcel)