What better motivation to learn French than to discover the joys of Paris and Lyon? Tickle your travel buds with a morning of must-sees: the Latin Quarter, Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe.
Studies have shown that people learn languages best before the age of 18, so now’s the time! There’s no better way to feel like a native than to have a lesson in French slang and test your new vocab out haggling at souvenir shops.
Students can get the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in French culture with a school trip abroad. The Learning Adventure offers several activities: laugh with a French comedian and get a feel for the political situation with a talk from the “gilet jaunes” (yellow vests), a grassroots protest group.
Being bilingual looks great on a CV and personal statement. Learning French can even open the door to working or studying abroad: not only France but also Canada, Madagascar, Belgium and 25 other countries. With The Learning Adventure, students can find out what it’s like to work in France, with a chat with a journalist from the regional newspaper, ‘Le Progrès’. Also, students can dip their toe into university life with a lecture at Sorbonne University, one of the most prestigious institutions in France.
All activities mentioned are available on The Learning Adventure French Language Trip, taking students across Paris and Lyon. It’s specifically geared towards students looking to learn or improve their French, and we endeavour to fully customise your school trip to meet your needs. We also have several other subject-specific school trips in France too. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to a member of our specialist team through the chat box!