French & Cuisine in Bordeaux

French & Cuisine in Bordeaux

Do you want to learn how to make the famous "cannelés" or how to bake colourful pastries? Are you passionate about traditional French meals and want to impress your friends?

 French & Cuisine in Bordeaux
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Minimum level A2
Minimum level A2
Course with fixed start dates
Course with fixed start dates
1 lesson = 45 minutes
1 lesson = 45 minutes
12 students per group
12 students per group

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French lessons – 20 lessons per week


  • Development of all 4 main language skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening and focus on oral communication
  • Improve vocabulary and core grammar skills
  • Develop knowledge of French culture and civilization
  • Speak and write with fluency and accuracy in every day situation, for professional and/or academic purposes according to the learners’ goals and levels in French.

Course organisation and content

  • Initial level test on Monday morning
  • Intensive or Super intensive courses: 26 or 30 lessons per week with 20 lessons of general French and workshops:
    – Level A1: 3 worshops of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills
    – Level A2: 3 to 5 worshops of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills
    – Levels B1, B2, C1: 3 to 5 workshops of reading, writing, speaking, or listening skills and/or culture and/or exam preparation.
  • International classes of 12 students
  • Homogeneous grouping of students: students are placed in classes according to the results of the initial level test
  • Schedule: classes may take place in the morning or in the afternoon; Please contact us for more information.
  • Qualified, experienced, native French teachers


  • Communicative and task-based approach
  • Groups of no more than 12 students to give each learner a bigger amount of time to speak and to encourage conversation and interaction
  • Continuous assessment
  • Extra study outside class
  • Attendance and participation required for fast learning
  • Course certificate based on the number of hours and level in French

Course key features

  • Programmes open to all levels
  • learning pace tailored to your needs
  • Courses begin every Monday, all year round (except for beginners: fixed start dates) and for the duration of your choice (1 to 12 weeks)
  • Individualised educational follow-up to guarantee the best progression


Cooking lessons: 4 workshops / week

• 1 “gourmet” stroll
• 1 gastronomic dinner workshop
• 1 baking class
• 1 workshop around the bread


Tuesday: 4pm/6.30pm
• Visit of the Saint-Pierre district and discovery of some architectural jewels
• Meeting and tasting with 3 shopkeepers


Wednesday: 4pm/7pm in a restaurant near the school:
• Gourmet cooking classes (starter / main course or main course / dessert)
• Tasting around a glass of wine


Thursday: 2.30pm/5.30pm
• Pastry courses: macarons & cannelés
• Tasting around a glass of wine


Friday: 2.30pm/5.30pm
• Baking courses: special breads