Further education

You are a job seeker, an employee or an individual and you want to learn French ? CILEC proposes two courses

You must master the Latin alphabet (high school diplomarecommended)
Due to the exeptional Covid19 pandemic situation, lessons in class can be adapted into virtual lessons in order to protect students’ and teachers’ health.

INTENSIVE COURSES (15 weeks)

18 h per week :
15 h / general French adapted to your level
From Monday to Friday / 9am – 12am
3 h / speciality classes / 2 afternoons

SEMI-INTENSIVE COURSES (11 or 15 weeks)

15 h per week :
General French adapted to your level
Oral and written formation to DELF exams
From Monday to Friday / 9am – 12am

DATES :
The date of placement test will be communicate later.

Fall semester

from 14/09/2020 to 04/12/2020 (11 weeks) or from 14/09/2020 to 18/01/2021 (15 weeks) 

Spring Semester

from 15/02/2021 to 19/05/2021 (11 weeks) or from 15/02/2021 to 17/06/2021 (15 weeks) 

FEES, THERE ARE TWO SITUATIONS :

1. YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR TRAINING YOURSELF :

Fees
18h per week / 1795€ (15 weeks)
15h per week / 1425€ (15 weeks)
15h per week / 1045€ (11 weeks)

Registration period
Fall semester from 06/01/2020 to 24/07/2020
Spring semester from 01/10/2020 to 22/01/2021

2. YOU ARE REQUESTING YOUR EMPLOYER OR PÔLE EMPLOI TO FINANCE YOUR TRAINING :
You have to make an appointment by email at cilec@univ-st-etienne.fr for a placement test. We will give you a quotation or it will be sent to your employer or Pôle Emploi. No courses can start without their agreement.

Fees formation + DELF/DALF
18h per week / 2560€ (15 weeks)
15h per week / 2155€ (15 weeks)
15h per week / 1580,33€ (11 weeks)

Registration for one semester or more :

  • If you live abroad:  Please ask by email at cilec@univ-st-etienne.fr the registration form
  • If you live in France, at our office : For the moment it’s impossible.

All students at the CILEC must pay in full in advance on the first day of the course. Course fees are not reimbursable after the start of the course.

On your first day at the CILEC, a preliminary level test will enable us to know what your current level is. You will be in the class corresponding to your level. We restrict the numbers in classes to 20.

The course content depends on the level :

A1 :Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type
A2 : Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance
B1 :Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.
B2 : Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization
C1 : Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning
C2 : Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read.

STUDENTS ATTENDING A FULL SEMESTER (20 hours per week) CAN TAKE THE UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA OF FRENCH STUDIES