Depending on their requirements, students aspiring to learn French language have a wide array of courses to choose from. From French for beginners, to intermediate French lessons, to specialised and custom made courses the list is unlimited.
When a course is undertaken with a specific objective and for only a short period of time, then it can be customised by a teacher depending on your requirements and goals. These private courses can be in a regular classroom set up or in a practical manner in a real life situation for example in a dining place to enact a lunch scenario.
A combination course, as the name suggests, is a mix of group course whether standard or intensive and a private course. This kind of a course is apt for people who want to hone their language skills at an individual level but would want to practice in a group.
When your business demands that you are well versed with French Language especially when it is needed in official meetings, telephonic conversations, writing business emails, letters & briefings, then businesscourses in French in combination with general course is your solution.
Courses for specific professional fields such as banking, finance, law, marketing in French Language are there to provide practice in the specialised domains.
When a certain level of learning is attained in French language, the next gradual step of progression is to take on an internship. An internship depends on your level and area of interest. It helps in consolidating whatever you have learnt and put into practical application in work. It can even provide a chance to explore and discover the work culture in a new country.
When the objective is to improvise the acquired knowledge of French Language and to apply it in the professional context in various fields, then one should look at obtaining a certificate or diploma from French Language schools with recognised affiliations.