Welcome refugees : learning French
There are several options to learn French as a foreign student.
In order to register in the French higher education system, you will be asked to prove that you have a minimum level of French (at minimum the level B2). You can do that by getting the French language certifications called DELF B2 or DALF C1-C2 (level above B2).
Where do I learn French?
If you are a foreigner and want to learn French, you can take "French as a foreign language (FLE)" course.
The universities below have implemented enhanced language training in French for refugees and people granted subsidiary protection, with the help of the Agence universitaire de la Francophonie. These trainings are partly distance learning but always provide face-to-face mentoring as well.
There are certified centres and institutions specialised in teaching French as a foreign language (FLE).
> Click HERE to see the map
The free applications below are useful tools to help you practice your French.
Where do I take the exam to get the French language certifications ?
> Find a nearby exam centre HERE