French Courses NewcastleCourse information
How good is your French? Interested in French courses to help you improve?
Do you need help knowing where to get started? Do you already know a little and are scared of losing your ability?
Have you tried learning by yourself and found it’s not getting you to the results you need?
If so, then private tuition may be the answer.
For local companies we have a range of corporate language training options available.
Salut a tous! My name is Ed O’Neill. I’m the Academic Director here at the UK Language Project Newcastle. My team and I would be delighted to help you make your way forward and reach your goals for speaking French.
Private French lessons. Our team matches you with a French tutor in our network. Discuss your needs with our language team first, decide if you want to go ahead. All the logistics and arranging of lessons is handled by us.
“It’s been going great so far I’ve been really pleased with the investment” – Mike Blair from Newcastle (Took 1 to 1 French lessons)
Advantages of Private French Courses
- Learn Fast – Make progress from lesson 1
- Practice – Actually speak with a real person
- Flexible times and days
What’s so special about our French courses?
- Online progress tracking
- Email reports after every session
- Hand-picked tutors – Money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied
Online Progress Tracking
Our tutors log in after each session and mark your progress towards the next level. Simply turning up and engaging in the lesson ensures you make progress.
After each session you get an email report on progress. What was studied. And tasks to do. So you are always on track. You can’t get this level of detail elsewhere.
Hand-picked Tutors – Moneyback Guarantee
To ensure you reach your goals we only use the best, qualified and experienced tutors for the job. If you don’t get on and we can’t find a suitable tutor you get your money back. No questions asked.
What To Do Next
Best of luck with your French,
Ed O’Neill is the founder and Academic Director of the UK Language Project Newcastle. He studied at the Universite de Rennes II in France and can speak fluent French.