When you sing up for A2 online semi intensive the site doesn’t make clear that it will be only classes and a part of A2 , and texts won’t be taken
Review by Sairamana4 months ago
Sophie is very nice and helpful, going above and beyond.
Review by Teranui5 months ago
Nice small group and a great positive and sympathetic teacher.
Review by AnitaG6 months ago
We are not practicing pronunciation, almost not doing any exercises for grammar. The teacher reads all texts by herself, doesn't ask students to repeat... Since 2-3 weeks we are still at the same chapter talking about food.
Review by Yazmen7 months ago
Well prepared curriculum, the content is delivered in an engaging and pleasant way
Review by Giffkins8 months ago
Good experience, the structure of the course is very well done. The only thing that I didn't appreciate was that the teacher couldn't speak English, in an elementary course is unthinkable.
Review by Heathcliffesmum Mayrseidl9 months ago
I have an excellent teacher, dynamic and captivating. But the prices could definitely be better! Besides, Alliance Française slightly tricks you when you register, offering the options of enrolling for one or two months. You'd say: 1 month is half a module, 2 months is a whole module. I thus enrolled myself for level B2.1 and believed I was paying then for the entire course, but precisely last week I found out that I had only paid for half of the module - something I was never told about when I enrolled, and which I found very weird: why was there no option of enrolling for the full 4 months upfront? I found this to be very tricky, and now I am stuck between paying an extra unexpected 342 € or not completing my level and therefore not getting any certificates. Besides, I realised that AF divided their courses in so many modules that it could take you up to 5 years of uninterrupted French classes to get to a C1 level.
Review by Roselie Turoczi10 months ago
I'm very happy with the quality and methodology of the language course (A1) I took at Alliance Française. Kudos to Nicolas for his great work! Money well spent.
Review by Wires Lojkasek1 year ago
It was amazing experience.Lena was Super teacher. she was very friendly and made us love coming every day to learn french. i would like to repeat this again.
Review by Anthomy Kautzer1 year ago
Recommend Alliance Française Bruxelles-Europe.
Professors full of enthusiasm and commitment. The ladies in the Secretariat are very helpfu. Library and many learning aids available.
Review by Sophal Artivich1 year ago
Very good teacher
Review by AsyaCherfas1 year ago
Sadly, the quality of teaching is inconsistent: so much depends on a teacher. I followed courses in 2013 and 2018 for the C1 levels and observed the same situation. One time you are lucky to get a brilliant teacher, the second - the opposite. It is very important for the AF to make sure the C1 level gets experienced teachers. Having a weak one last time led me to a decision not to enrol in the course that followed.
Review by SuatPeng1 year ago
It was an excellent experience the teaching techniques are very practical. Learning the language can be challenging at times but the Prof. are very patient and actually has an interest in how the students progress. The receptionists are very warm and always willing to help. Persons in administration are very flexible and considerate.
I would definitely recommend Alliance Francaise and continue learning french at this institution.
Review by JacquelineYears1 year ago
I am impressed with the quality and commitment of our class teacher. Additionally, I find on line content and execies helpful.
Review by Lulua1 year ago
Great experience, but conservative book
+ great methods to learn the language e.g. a variety of games, play roles, presentations
+ great atmosphere and relationship with the teachers during the class
+ modern technology supports the learning process (projector, youtube videos)
- little focus on grammar for B2 level
- the topics in the book don't relate much to everyday life
- too much focus on creole and verlain (more suitable for advanced levels like C1 in my opinion)
Review by Wa1 year ago
AF Bruxelles-Europe French course
I am following a private French course with AF. There are things I am happy with the course and there are things not.
The teachers are friendly and most of the time, I got sufficient support from them and the administrative team when I had a question.
However, there was a change in the allocated teacher for my course without any notice period or official information from AF. There was a delay in getting feedback, reply from my current teacher. I understand that the curriculum for a private course is a flexible one and can be modified at all time but at least it should be organised and follow a certain structure. However, so far, after nearly 20 hours of studying, I still cannot find the curriculum structure and also the discontinuity made it even more difficult.
I was informed before the course that besides verbal communication to improve my speaking skill, the teacher will also focus on grammar and writing as well. However, it seems not the case, spending time talking about certain topic is interesting but not really helped me to get into the language. I proposed to my current teacher a curriculum that I followed in my previous course (at another center) and she found it interesting to follow it. So, we are following it at the moment but I do expect more from the private course than just follow a certain book that any center can offer, e.g. additional topic/material proposed by the teacher, timely communication, etc.
Review by Jdmdkfjnfj1 year ago
I’m so happy I chose Alliance Française over any other option for french classes. All of the staff was extremely professional, while the lessons were interactive, intensive and pleasant. My teacher was polite and kept everything interesting, despite the fact that we had lessons at after a long day of work for two hours.
Review by Bafford Corunha2 years ago
Overall experience is excellent!! Very supportive staff, diverse groups and plethora of resources available along with activities outside the classroom. Definitely would recommend to a friend!
Review by Boilerowner2 years ago
I payed for a course in advance, which I couldn't visit because I was pregnant and I felt bad at that moment. I asked the reception if I could receive my money back. They told me they need an official letter from my doctor. My doctor was in vacation at that moment. So I didn't receive my money back. Not a bad school, but for the money you pay (a lot more in comparison to other schools) you don't receive a good service.
Review by Fianeis2 years ago
That was really a great experience , ı advise everybody who wants learn french to go A.F and learn the language in a best way.
Review by Noveka2 years ago
I have had a great time with Alliance Française Brussels. Their teaching method is fantastic, conducted entirely in French, and really fun and interactive. I've gone from a shaky A2 to a much more confident almost-halfway-through B1 level in two and a half months, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. I took the semi-intensive (3 mornings a week). I really recommend the staff as well, they're very supportive. You never get bored in lessons because they are so varied. I also like the small class sizes. I never thought I'd enjoy language learning so much! I had teachers Edwige and Sophie. Both are amazing.
Review by Etb Erova2 years ago
It is the best school of French!
I am lucky to study here because it helps to improve level of french significantly!! I have the best teacher (Alexandre Geraut) who is able to explain, show, make you understand and energize!!!! Amazing!
I will recommend this school to any person who is willing to learn french
Thanks to all people who is working in Alliance Francaise!
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