You want to learn French in a fantastic university town. You want to study French in the south of France under the Mediterranean sun with a mild climate all year round. Enjoy an immersion stay in France. Learn French in Montpellier, in the south of France!
A vibrant and exciting university city
Montpellier is a young and dynamic university city on the Mediterranean coast with a fantastic atmosphere and countless opportunities for leisure activities during French language immersion stays. Numerous world-class events such as festivals, concerts and exhibitions are organized throughout the year.
Lively student atmosphere
Montpellier has one of the oldest and largest universities in Europe. More than 80,000 students contribute to Montpellier’s lively atmosphere. There are hundreds of student bars in the center where you can easily meet local students, making it easy to learn French during your language study in France. You will enjoy a lively language exchange with local students. The cost of living is lower than in other places on the French Mediterranean coast.
Warm Mediterranean atmosphere (over 320 days of sunshine per year)
Montpellier is a vibrant, creative and fun city, the Mediterranean city that never sleeps. The perfect place to learn French in France and to have fun during French immersion stays. Montpellier’s wonderful climate is mild with over 320 days of sunshine per year. Beautiful sandy beaches and salt lagoons with wild flamingos are easily accessible, a great place to relax after French classes.
Ideal Location in the South of France
Montpellier enjoys a fantastic location between the Mediterranean, Provence, the Camargue and the Pyrenees. You will have the opportunity to visit world famous places and UNESCO sites such as Avignon, Aix en Provence, Carcassonne and the Pont du Gard. Montpellier is the starting point for wine tours to the many vineyards of the Languedoc, well known for their variety of grape varieties and soils. These quality wines are highly appreciated by wine lovers and are also tasted during tasting workshops offered in some French schools in Montpellier.
So, did this little description seduce you? Don’t hesitate!