Welcome to our group zone. These pages are for those who are planning to organise French study abroad for a group of students. Let us know what you need, and we’ll organise your stay from A to Z!

“ Everyone at France Langue Nice went out of their way to make sure that my students and me had productive and positive experiences.

Not only did they make all of the arrangements for home-stays and transfers, but they helped me to enroll my son in a local school and organized visits to Antibes and Eze that my students had specifically requested. What’s more, the students enjoyed their classes and made real progress in French.

I did not have high expectations of Nice before this trip, and now I’m already thinking about my next visit. Yes, there are many tourists, and some areas fit the stereotypes of the French Riviera jet-set. But I’ve been impressed by the natural beauty, the friendliness and general courtesy of the Niçois, the great food, and—as someone who lived for many years in Paris—the weather! ”

Susan Dixon, USA, Washington and Lee University, Arril 2011.

“ The school in Bordeaux has an excellent teaching staff that is willing to go the extra mile to help students have a good experience.

The teachers are always very accommodating and will answer all questions from the students even if it is off topic.

The instructors were very experienced and allowed for the students to progress in the French language.  They did a great job of evaluating each student from the beginning, then building a plan for improvement.  This was the real benefit for the students as they were able to enhance their linguistic and grammar skills, learn more advance terminology and phrases, further their cultural knowledge and accomplish specific language/culture related tasks, thus continuing and improving in their study of the French language.

The accommodation in host families was a valuable part of this training. Little English was spoken with the hosts, which is always the intent.  This aspect of the immersion allowed for a much higher return on training outcomes than the students residing in a dormitory campus or hotel. 

The one change I would make to the immersion is to lengthen the course by one full course week. Our level of French increased more in the last week and a half than it did in the first two weeks combined. Lengthening the course by one week would greatly benefit future students. ”

Group from the United States Marine Corps – May 2011


In March 2013, France Langue welcomes a group of young Italians who came 1 week in Paris. They shared us their experience and feeling through their diaries with the help of their teacher.

Read more about this by clicking here!  


On the occasion of the visit from 11/09 to 28/09 in our France Langue's school Paris Opéra, 2 groups of 15 italians students shared their trip in the capital : the Sacré-Coeur basilica, the Galleries Lafayette, the Disneyland Resort Paris, the Cathedral of the Notre-Dame de Paris and others Parisian monuments!

Find their programme here.


Students from the university GVSU in USA (Grand Valley State University) visited France Langue, Nice. They learned french  while immersing themselves in the french culture : accommodation in local people's homes, visit of the city and its surroundings, watch their travel book in this video.


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