NRCSA: Cannes - College de Cannes

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The NRCSA Center in Cannes is a private institution of higher education that teaches French language and civilization. It was founded in 1931 and has become one of the most reputable colleges in France. We offer to both foreign students and profes... read more

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The NRCSA Center in Cannes is a private institution of higher education that teaches French language and civilization. It was founded in 1931 and has become one of the most reputable colleges in France. We offer to both foreign students and professionals high quality courses in a studious environment that includes interaction with a wide range of nationalities.

A permanent staff forms a team dedicated to serving the students' needs. The teaching team is made up of 20 professors holding university teaching degrees. They are trained in the latest teaching techniques and share many years experience teaching French as a foreign language. The teachers have a very lively and efficient teaching approach using original methods and documents.

PROGRAMS
STANDARD GROUP
• 21 Group hrs/wk
• 55 min class hour
• 6-20 Students per class

INTENSIVE GROUP
• 25 Group hrs/wk
• 55 min class hour
• 6-20 Students per class

LIGHT COURSE
• 15 Group hrs/wk
• 55 min class hour
• 6-20 Students per class

Homestays are organized in selected families who have received students from the school for many years. Students may choose a single or shared double room. Homestays include only bed and breakfast, but students who live with families may buy tickets to have meals at the college with the students living on campus.

We offer on-campus accommodation in the student residence. The student residence has 110 rooms with 180 beds in all. Each room is equipped with a washbasin. Showers and toilets are shared and available on each floor. Sheets, blankets and other bedding are provided at the residence. Students should bring their own towels. Rooms are cleaned on a daily basis.

Lodging in a private studio can be arranged, and is available on request at an additional cost.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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