Outstandingly good courses in every aspect
French + Discover Provence
This General French + Discover Provence programme aimed specifically at people over the age of 50, will not only help you improve your French but will also give you a fantastic first-hand insight into some of the very best scenery that Provence has to offer.
- 2 weeks +
Immerse yourself in French culture
Learning French in France is an unparalleled journey that invites language enthusiasts to dive headfirst into the enchanting world of la langue française.
Today Aix is a young and vibrant city, thanks to the large student population ensuring that the café terraces are always animated and enjoyable. Its narrow streets, colourful facades, markets and its cultural life attract visitors from all over the world. The painter Paul Cézanne, whose workshop is open to the public, spent much of his life in Aix en Provence. The surrounding countryside is spectacular and there are some wonderful walks and hikes in the countryside that never cease to evoke wonder.
How Learning French Can Benefit Your Career and Your Everyday Life
More than 220 million people worldwide speak French, whether as their first or second language; this is the second most widely learned language and the sixth most widely spoken language.
7 Language Learning Strategies
Learning a new language or improving the one you already speak is a different experience for everyone. Some people find learning a new language a piece of cake while others really struggle to grasp the basics. Studies have shown that women are prone to acquire a new language faster and easier. However, in my opinion (and personal experience) if you are willing and motivated to learn something you will, no matter if you are male or female. In this article, I will reveal some very useful language learning tactics that will help you get on the right path of this process.
French etiquette to follow when studying abroad in France
So, it’s time for your journey in France… I guess that you are all packed up and ready to take off towards an unforgettable study abroad experience in the most beautiful and romantic country in the world. But before you step on French ground, here are some rules of etiquette that you must follow while in France.
Is French an easy language to learn?
Like all new languages that you learn, there is an initial complexity to French but students can pick up the basics reasonably quickly.
I have booked a French language experience programme on the Wiseward website? Do I need a visa?
You almost certainly do not need a study visa. Depending on your nationality you may need a visitor visa.
Do dialects change a lot in France depending on where you are?
Like most countries dialects change depending on which part of the country you are in.