Dive into the French language and immerse yourself in practical in-language lessons with a native-fluent Berlitz instructor. Whether you’re seeking French classes for work, travel, education, or just the love of it, with Berlitz you can customize your learning to match your goals.

Benefits of learning French with Berlitz

  • We offer classes in different formats: you can study in groups or with private classes— whatever suits you.
  • Enjoy the flexibility to schedule your classes and adapt them to your other activities.
  • We offer French for all levels.
  • One of the fastest ways to fluency, our proven Berlitz Method will have you speaking French from day one.

In-person French course

A fast-track to French fluency, our in-person classes are held at your local language center. Here, you can choose to learn socially in a group or individually, with a Berlitz-certified native-fluent instructor, dedicated to your success.

Your instructor will guide your classes using our proven Berlitz Method which ensures you spend most of your lesson actively speaking French through engaging conversations, quizzes and activities.

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Why learn French?

French is the only language besides English spoken on all five continents, and by 2050 it is projected to overtake English as the most widely spoken language in the world. Many companies, both locally and internationally, value employees who can converse in French, and so having a working understanding of the language can boost your career opportunities. If you are a lover of literature or art, then learning French will help you expand your artistic horizons, with a wealth of works waiting to be discovered. French is also an incredibly handy language to have while travelling in Europe, in particular France. You will gain a deeper understanding of the culture, history and heartbeat of each French city by understanding the language. You will also make friends with the locals, and find out about eateries and points of interest outside the usual tourist paths.