SPRING TERM 10 WEEKS 8th April 2019 14th June 2019 Alliance Française Pristina C’est le printemps ça va ? je t’aime une baguette hirondelle le chic parisien tour Eiffel coccinelle merci zut alors ! parlez-vous français ? Oh là là ! Et voilà
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Alliance Française Pristina
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Beginner (A1) Textbook: Alter Ego +1
Learn basic French sentences to introduce yourself and interact in
everyday situations. After completing the A1 level (60h), you can
take the DELF A1 exam.
The A1 level is divided in 2 modules of 30h. Each module will take
10 weeks and costs 90€. Intensive modules take 5 weeks and cost
Schedule: A1.1 Tuesday, thursday: 10.30-12 am Monday, wednesday:
6-7.30 pm Saturday: 10 am-1 pm Intensive Monday, tuesday, thursday:
6-8 pm A1.2 Monday, wednesday: 10.30-12 am Monday, wednesday:
Textbook: Alter Ego +1
Speak about yourself and your environment, give your opinion on
daily life topics. After completing the A2 level (90h), you can
take the DELF A2 exam.
The A2 level is divided in 3 modules of 30h. Each module will take
10 weeks, and costs 100€. Intensive modules take 5 weeks and cost
Schedule: A2.1 Tuesday, thursday: 6-7 pm A2.2 Intensive Monday,
tuesday, wednesday: 6-8 pm A2.3 Intensive Monday, tuesday,
thursday: 6-7.30 pm
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Intermediate (B1) Textbook: Nouvel Edito
Acquire the linguistic skills to handle most situations in a
French-speaking country, and master more com- plex grammar notions.
After completing the B1 level (120h), you can take the DELF B1
The B1 level is divided in 4 modules of 30h. Each module will take
10 weeks, and costs 110€. Intensive modules take 5 weeks and cost
Schedule: B1.1 Monday, wednesday: 6-7.30 pm B1.2 Tuesday, thursday:
6-7.30 pm B1.3 Monday, wednesday: 6-7.30 pm B1.4 Monday, wednesday:
Textbook: Nouvel Edito
Communicate independently, more fluently and with spontaneity.
After completing the B2 level (150h), you can take the DELF B2 exam
and apply for masters’ de- grees in France.
The B2 level is divided in 5 modules of 30h. Each module will take
10 weeks, and costs 120€.
Schedule: B2.1 Monday, wednesday: 6-7.30 pm B2.2 Monday, wednesday:
6-7.30 pm B2.3 Monday, wednesday: 6-7.30 pm B2.4 Monday, wednesday:
6-7.30 pm B2.5 Monday, wednesday: 6-7.30 pm
Children and teenagers Textbook: Les Loustics/Adosphère
It’s never too early to learn French! Through this class, children
and teenagers familiarize themselves with French language and
stimulate their intelligence and creativity through playful
learning activities such as songs, games, role play and
Each module of 20 hours takes 10 weeks and costs 90€.
Children: Beginner Tuesday, thursday: 5-6 pm
Teenagers: Beginner Monday, wednesday: 5-6 pm Intermediate 1
Tuesday, Thursday: 6-7 pm Intermediate 2 Monday, wednesday: 6-7
Albanian and Serbian Textbook: Shqip AL/Uimo srpski
You just arrived in Pristina? You can count on the fin- gers of one
hand the words you know in Albanian? Join our class to learn the
language and manage everyday situations. Or, join our Serbian class
to learn one of the official languages of Kosovo, which will help
you com- municate throughout the Balkans.
Each module of 20 hours takes 10 weeks and costs 90€.
Albanian: Beginner Monday, wednesday: 7-8 pm
Serbian: Beginner Tuesday, thursday: 5.45-6.45 pm Intermediate
Tuesday, thursday: 6.45-7.45 pm
Not finding what you are looking for? Private classes are more
flexible, with tailor-made schedules and cur- riculum.
Available in French, Albanian and Serbian for all age groups.
20€ per hour, +6€ for an additional student
Institutions and businesses
Looking to train your employees in French, Albanian or Serbian?
Since 2011, Alliance Française has successfully worked with
institutions and private-sector compa- nies to provide professional
language training. Contact us to organize classes in your premises
or at Alliance Française.
25€ per hour and per group (max 14 students)
Why take the DELF-DALF?
Alliance Française is the only exam center in Kosovo offering
French language certifications, which are valid for life and
DELF and DALF are official diplomas granted by the French National
Education Ministry, which certify com- petence in the French
language of foreign candidates, for educational and professional
Next sessions DELF Tout public: 10-11 April / 28-29 June DELF
Junior (12-18 years old): 20 April DELF Prim (8-12 years old): 13
Official French diplomas
There are so many opportunities to practice your French outside of
class! Follow us on Facebook and grab one of our cultural programs
to stay informed on our activities!
Our media library with more than 3,000 books, DVDs and CDs
TOP 3 REASONS TO LEARN FRENCH
EDUCATION: French universities are among the most prestigious in
BUSINESS: France is the fifth biggest economy in the world, and an
official language in most internatio- nal organizations.
WINDOW TO THE WORLD: French is spoken on every continent, and is
the language of culture and arts.
#1 on quality Our well-trained teachers adopt a modern approach to
language learning, in small groups to facilitate interac-
#1 on services As an Alliance Française student, you get free
access to our library and Wi-Fi, discounts on DELF exams and in-
vitations to our many cultural events.
#1 on culture Alliance Française offers a dynamic program of events
and movie nights to help you discover French culture - all for
#1 on reputation Alliance Française de Pristina is part of a
network of more than 800 Alliances Françaises on all continents. In
Kosovo, we are supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the
Ministry of Culture, and are the French embassy’s official partner
for language and culture. We are the only institution in Kosovo
able to deliver official French diplomas.
Why choose Alliance Française?
Alliance Française de Pristina is a non-profit organiza- tion
established in 2011. We offer French, Albanian and Serbian language
classes and are Kosovo’s only insti- tution delivering official
French language diplomas. We organize cultural events to build
bridges between France and Kosovo, and we are home to Kosovo’s big-
gest French-language library, with more than 3,000 books, CDs and