Why Learn French?

  • The French language is spoken in all five continents. Outside France, it is spoken in Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Antilles, Taiti, the Seychelles and many other countries in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
  • It is mother language to 160.000.000 people.
  • It is the official language of the UN, UNESCO, NATO and EU.
  • After the English language, it is the second most popular language and it is taught to more than 100.000.000 student all over the globe.
  • The headquarters of the Ε.Ε are located in french-speaking cities (Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg).
  • Switzerland, a french-speaking country, is an international centre of finance, diplomacy, the olymplic games as well as tourism. As a result, it gives access to the labour market in:
    • Politics and Finance
    • Law and Diplomacy
    • Trade and Logistics
    • Technology and Constructions
    • Communications and Services
  • It is the official language not only of the Olympics, but also of the international Post Office services (English being the second)
  • It is one of the seven languages with the highest influence on art, science and literature, the other six being English, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Chinese.
  • France maintains one of the highest levels in technological advancement in telecommunications, air space engineering and medical studies, and for this reason many students choose french academic institutes as their destination for specialised higher studies.France produces the Mirage line of jet fighters, the Airbus jet airliner, and the TGV which is one of the fastest high-speed rail services in the world. The Pasteur Institute leads research in medicine and biology.
  • France is member of the G8, a group that includes the eight most developed countries in the world. It has the 5th most powerful economy, it is the 1st industry in perfumes and cosmetics and the 4th industry in car production, while it holds 80% of the international credit card production.
  • Greece and France have developed historical bonds and cooperation due to their common cultural history and also the fact that both societies are open to multiculturalism. Greece has been the inspiration for many French intellectuals. Finally, many French words share common roots with Greek words.


A1 Cours I & II 3 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
A2 Delf A2 3 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
B1 Delf B1 3 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
B2 Delf B2 4 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 160 teaching hours
C1 Delf C1 5 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 200 teaching hours
C2 Delf C2 5 hours/week(*40 weeks) Total 200 teaching hours