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    French as a forei­gn lan­guage (FLE)

    Inter-semester session: intensive French language courses

    An inten­sive 4‑week French lan­guage course is offe­red to stu­dents hos­ted in the fra­me­work of inter­na­tio­nal part­ner­ships, before the begin­ning of each semes­ter. This lan­guage trai­ning is also sup­ple­men­ted throu­ghout the semes­ter by week­ly lan­guage classes of 3 to 4 hours.

    • 4 weeks in July: inten­sive French course (100 hours), plus excur­sions, cultu­ral and sports activities.
    • 4 weeks in August: inten­sive French course (100 hours), plus excur­sions, cultu­ral and sports activities.
    • 4 weeks from the end of Janua­ry to the end of Februa­ry: inten­sive French course (80 to 100 hours)

    These pro­grammes are free for exchange stu­dents. Ear­ly regis­tra­tion is requi­red given the num­ber of places is limited.

    During the semester: French as a Foreign Language (FLE)

    French as a Forei­gn Lan­guage (FLE) courses are offe­red to all UTC stu­dents whe­ther they are core, branch or post­gra­duate stu­dents. After a pla­ce­ment test, stu­dents are direc­ted towards the UV of their level. 

    The pur­pose of the courses is as follows:

    • the prac­tice of the French lan­guage in order to be able to com­mu­ni­cate in social, aca­de­mic and pro­fes­sio­nal life
    • ope­ning up and enhan­ced awa­re­ness of contem­po­ra­ry and French Socie­ty and thought
    • get­ting acquain­ted with scien­ti­fic dis­course in French
    • acqui­ring aca­de­mic work methods

    The tea­ching pro­grammes are defi­ned accor­ding to the levels of the Com­mon Fra­me­work of Refe­rence for Lan­guages pro­po­sed by the Coun­cil of Europe.

    FLE certified

    The Centre de Fran­çais Langue Etran­gère of the Uni­ver­si­té de Tech­no­lo­gie de Com­piègne obtai­ned the Qua­li­ty FLE Label in 2015, awar­ded by the Centre Inter­na­tio­nal d'Etudes Péda­go­giques.

    This label gua­ran­tees high-qua­li­ty levels in the 5 fol­lo­wing areas:

    • Tea­chers
    • Trai­ning
    • Recep­tion and support
    • Pre­mises and equipment
    • Course mana­ge­ment

    UTC's FLE Centre gua­ran­tees effec­tive lin­guis­tic pre­pa­ra­tion for engi­nee­ring stu­dies during the semes­ter in the TSH Depart­ment, while the Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions Depart­ment orga­nizes, before the start of each aca­de­mic year, inten­sive pro­grammes for inter­na­tio­nal stu­dents (Februa­ry, July, August, approxi­ma­te­ly 100 hours each).

    The French courses are desi­gned in accor­dance with the lan­guage levels set out in the Com­mon Euro­pean Fra­me­work of Refe­rence for Lan­guages and aim to improve com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills in an inter­cul­tu­ral and pro­fes­sio­nal context.

    Explo­ra­to­ry stra­te­gies in French spea­king Afri­can countries

    Exploratory strategies in French speaking African countries 

    Since June 2019, the UTC has been enga­ged in a stra­te­gic explo­ra­to­ry approach to sub-Saha­ran French spea­king Afri­ca. Through an inter­nal wor­king par­ty (WP) but also thanks to the par­ti­ci­pa­tion in the Afri­ca wor­king par­ty within the fra­me­work of the Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty Alliance, large-scale pro­jects are gra­dual­ly taking shape and should soon come to frui­tion. One of them would be based on the exper­tise of the IRD – Ins­ti­tut fran­çais de Recherche pour le Déve­lop­pe­ment – and would concern the Côte d’Ivoire, also invol­ving other mem­ber ins­ti­tu­tions of the Alliance Sor­bonne University.

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    Res­pon­sable de l'accueil des étu­diants étran­gers
    Céline de Arau­jo
     +33 (0)3 44 23 73 99


    Res­pon­sable péda­go­gique du centre de FLE
    Anna Le Ver­ger
     +33 (0)3 44 23 44 23


    Res­pon­sable péda­go­gique du centre de FLE
    Carole Lefran­cois
     +33 (0)3 44 23 44 23
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