It's time to brush up those French language skills!! It’ll not only get you to Canada by increasing your EE points but also increase your employability especially with federal jobs.
The next question is where are some of the best places to learn the language?
We have compiled a list of places to learn French Language, if you reside in Nigeria.
This is an international organization set out to teach French language and promote French culture worldwide. Fees range from N6,000 to 35,000 depending on the number of hours per week
The institution is located in Aajara, Badagry, Lagos. It welcomes students from all universities in Nigeria for a year language immersion it also offers diploma programs and short term programs. Estimated Fee is between N50,000 to N150,000 per course.
3. Nigerian Tertiary institutions
Apart from offering French language as a course most Nigerian Universities and colleges of Education also have special programs that may suit your needs.
Some of them offer three months certificate courses and diplomas different from their regular degree awarding programs.
4. Online Resources
There are enough websites out there that teach French Language online.
there also useful language learning apps and softwares such as Duolingo,
The French school is considered as one of the top French schools in Lagos state with a very affordable tuition fee. At Rousseau French School, there are various programs to suit your need, there are French programs for business communications, and some for general communication.
Easy School of Languages is one among the leading language and training consultancy centers in Nigeria recognized by the Ministry of Education as well as the Private and Public Sectors. designed to assist students greatly in their oral and written communication proficiency in French. ESL runs a test on your proficiency level and fashion the best teaching method that would aid your learning process, they are a French school with class and precision.
Where can you take the French test
At Alliance Française in Lagos and in Port Harcourt, you can sit for 2 different tests: the TEF (from CCIP) and the TCF (from CIEP), both required for immigration or studies to Canada and France. A test is valid for 2 years.