The Sorbonne’s French Language and Civilization Courses (CCFS), organized by the Robert de Sorbon Foundation, is the. Since 1919, the CCFS has been admitting students from all over the world, from true beginners to professors of French as a Foreign Language. The Sorbonne’s French Language and Civilization Courses provide French language courses in phonetics and French civilization lessons. They also offer specialized modules and (TCF, DELF, DALF), which facilitate admission to French universities. Our learning center is located at 214 Boulevard Raspail (Paris, 14th arrondissement), in the heart of the prestigious Montparnasse district. The Secretariat is ready to welcome you and answer all your questions. We also offer housing assistance, administrative support, cultural services, a library, several study halls, a residence hall, and computer labs. All classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards (IWB) and our phonetics labs have cutting-edge IT technology. Internet access is provided by a Wi-Fi network that spans the entire building.
The Exam Center
The Sorbonne’s French Language and Civilization Courses also have an official exam center for taking the TCF, DELF, and DALF French national exams. Our exam center consists of two hubs: the TCF (French Knowledge Test) hub and the DELF-DALF (Diploma in French Studies – Diploma in Advanced French) hub. These tests are designed to assess general French language level as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). They are aimed at anyone wishing to assess and validate their knowledge of French—for professional, personal, or academic reasons—in a simple, reliable, and fast way.
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