Learn French in Québec City, Canada!
The best way to learn a language is to study it where it is spoken. So where better to learn French than in Québec City, at the heart of French-speaking Canada? All the teachers at our school are native, French-speaking Canadians, well-qualified and experienced, to help you to learn French quickly. You’ll soon be able to start practising your language skills with the locals!
Old and new come together to beautiful effect amidst lush greenery and great scenery in Québec. After your French lessons, explore the picturesque old town or sample great local dishes in fashionable restaurants. Experience the city’s vibrant music scene or delve into Québec’s rich history at one of its numerous museums.
The school has very pleasant teachers.
Our school in Quebec
Located in the heart of the historic old town in Québec, our school enjoys an excellent position, convenient for cafés and museums. Meet your fellow students in the school’s own café and make use of the free internet access.
With a maximum of just nine students per class and 20 hours of French lessons each week, you will learn quickly on our standard course. If you want more individual attention from our highly-qualified teachers, you can have anything from 10 to 60 private lessons a week. Or combine 20 hours of standard lessons a week with as many private French lessons as you would like, on our combined course.
Got a friend, colleague or family member who would also like to learn French in Québec? You could take semi-private lessons in your own class of two. Or you might have a larger group of people (three to six students), in which case you could take 20 to 60 of our pre-formed group lessons each week. You can tailor our courses to meet your needs!
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We also offer great choice when it comes to accommodation. To get a real taste of French Canadian life and as much exposure to the language as possible, stay with a host family, carefully chosen by our school. If you’d prefer the company of other students and plan to stay in Québec during the summer months, choose to live in a university residence. Or you might appreciate some more privacy, in which case our school would be pleased to arrange hotel, apartment or bed & breakfast accommodation for you.
Our school also organises an activities program, giving you the chance to practice your French and get the most from your stay in Québec. The school suggests musical, cultural and sporting activities for you to enjoy after lessons. If you time your trip right, you might even get to see Québec’s famous Winter Carnival or the Summer Festival! At weekends, you can join other students from the school on excursions to explore other parts of Canada.
It's colder than Spain!
There are not enough adjectives for describing my stay in Quebec. I can just say that I've discovered another world there! I live in Spain, very close to the French border and when I decided to live in a French speaking country to improve my French level, I thought Canada would be the perfect destination for discovering a new culture and French accent and what I've found there has exceed my expectations! From the people to the food or even the new winter weather experience have been fascinating!
Actually, I wouldn't have thought that it could be so cold! And then you could say 'Yes, but you're a Spanish girl! You don't know anything about cold' Well...that might be true, but we reached even -50Â° in February! I was wearing all the clothes I had brought: thermal trousers and t-shirt, two pairs of trousers, a long-sleeved shirt, a jumper, a huge fur coat, a scarf, a hat and gloves and I could still feel the 'cool' air going through them. It was a good and exciting experience that I could stand just for an hour thanks to the caribou (a typical and strong drink that I wouldn't have drunk if it hadn't help me to warm up), while the carnival parade was crossing Quebec's streets.