The French Institute Galway is holding an open day on Saturday September 8 from 12 noon to 4pm at the historic Bridge Mills. Its director Brigitte Demay O’Carroll and her staff will be in attendance to answer questions. Free assessment tests can be taken on the day.
The institute, established in Galway city for the last 35 years, is renowned for its excellent results among its Leaving Cert and Junior Cert students in particular. It also boasts a large number of returning adult students, thus demonstrating that the French Institute is a lot more than a language school. It is also a place to experience the French culture and to make friends.
Classes are small and designed to allow students to progress at a comfortable pace. In addition, it provides individual classes for specific requirements (DELF, DALF, TCF, TEF, preparation for travel or job interviews, secondary school support, etc ).
Students of all ages and levels, who wish to fully immerse themselves in the French language, culture, and way of life, and complement their study of French at the institute, can avail of immersion programmes in beautiful Nice. These programmes take place all year round and there are many study options to choose from, as well as a wide choice of accommodation, including approved host families. Standard exchanges and French school placements for teenagers at any time of the year are also available.
Visit the French Institute on September 8 and see what makes this school a special place to be.