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French Courses Cambridge
Course Information

French Courses in Cambridge for Individuals and Business

Digging around looking through French Courses online? Are private lessons anything you’ve ever thought about? Taking private lessons with one of our experienced tutors can really help you get through the basics and move on to the next level with your French.

Various options are also available for companies and corporate language training organisers. Find out more on our Business Language Training page.

The All-Important Information on Our French Courses

Lesson Venue: Anywhere in Cambridge
Lesson Frequency:
Your Choice
Lesson Days/Times:
Your Choice
Lesson Length: 1.5 or 2 hours
Course Content: Based around your needs
Course Start Date: Your Choice
Total Course Length: Your Choice

“The teacher did a fantastic job at going beyond the nuts and bolts of basic language, making her classes a cultural learning experience for all involved.”

Emma Ramsay (Corporate Social Club Organiser)

Some of the Benefits of our French Courses

  • Discuss needs and goals for free
  • Finding a teacher handled by us
  • Learn fast with enjoyable lessons

Discuss needs and goals for free

You’ll benefit by having a chat first of all with one of our experienced language team. Together we’ll look at what you are looking to achieve from your French. Then come up with a plan on how to make it happen.

Finding a teacher handled by us

Sit back and relax. All the time-consuming teacher search and contacting is done by our team. Somebody in our network will be able to help. We’ll do the contacting and get you matched with a suitable teacher as quickly as possible.

Learn fast with enjoyable lessons

Teacher will design your lessons to be as enjoyable and focused as possible. Giving you the motivation you need to keep going and get to the next level. You will learn fast. And you will get there.


“Learning French will be a new challenge. But undertaking the challenge will help you grow as a person.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director