French

FRENCH

Beginner and elementary levels

These classes are intended for people who know little or no French, but who have a standard knowledge of our alphabet.

Living in Belgium becomes much easier when you acquire some basic language skills. Soon you’ll be able to:

  • introduce yourself: your name, your family, your tastes, your choices
  • rent, buy, sell a car, a bicycle, a house
  • situate yourself: asks and give directions, talk about the weather, ask for the time
  • ask for information at the municipality offices, the unemployment office, the CPAS
  • make appointments and phone calls
  • understand and write a letter, a document

Day classes

LevelDatesScheduleTeacher
True Beginner (UFDA) January 27 - March 30Monday to Thursday 9am to 12pmThomas De Mey
Beginner (UFDB)January 27 - March 30Monday to Thursday 9am to 12pmFabienne Gheysens
Beginner (UFDB)January 27 - March 30Monday to Thursday 1:30pm to 4:30pmAnais Fisson
Elementary (UE1)January 27 - March 30Monday to Thursday 9am to 12pmCécile Huge
Elementary (UE1)January 27 - March 30Monday to Thursday 1:30pm to 4:30pmFanny Libotte
Spelling and Grammar / Elementary + (UE2)January 27 - June 17Monday to Thursday 9am to 12pmFanny Libotte

Evening classes

LevelDatesSchedulesTeacher
True Beginner (UFDA)February 3 - June 17Monday & Wednesday 6pm to 9pm
Beginner (UFDB)February 3 - June 17Monday & Wednesday 6pm to 9pmCécile Huge
Elementary (UE1)February 3 - June 17Monday & Wednesday 6pm to 9pmAnaïs Fisson
Elementary+ (UE2)February 3 - June 17Monday & Wednesday 6pm to 9pm
Catherine Hubert

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

French Community FestivalSeptember 27 2019
Fall breakOctober 28 to November 1st 2019
ArmisticeNovember 11 2019
Winter breakDecember 23 2019 to January 3 2020
Carnaval breakFebruary 24 to 28 2020
Spring breakApril 6 to 17 2020
Labor dayMay 1st 2020
Ascension dayMay 21 to 22 2020
Whit MondayJune 1st 2020
Summer holidaysJuly 1 to August 31 2020