Bonjour! We are open! Please note that some classes will start taking place onsite from the 19th of April.
Upcoming French events
Les poètes de guerre
Join us to talk about war poetry in French with this exclusive 2-hour workshop. You will study works of poets writing in French, learning vocabulary, elements of poetic style and discovering new works
Online with Zoom - From B1
Saturday 15th May
Café scientifique organised with the MFO
On Friday 30 April, Judith Rainhorn will give the first talk of the series in French on ‘Quand la peinture devient un poison : la céruse, les inventeurs et l’état, 19e-20e siècle’ (When paint becomes a poison: white lead, inventors and the State, 19th-20th centuries). Organised in collaboration with the Maison Française d’Oxford.
Online with Zoom - FREE
Friday 30th April
Online French book club
Join us to discuss “Trois Femmes puissantes” by Marie Ndiaye (prix Goncourt 2009) and follow the story of Nora, Fanta and Khady Demba, three women who fight to preserve their dignity in Dakar and in France (Gironde).
Online with Zoom - £12
Saturday 1st May
Improve your pronunciation and understanding of spoken French! Polish your French pronunciation through fun and creative activities such as games, tongue twisters and audio exercises, with a special emphasis on hard-to-pronounce consonants and vowels.
Online with Zoom - £28
Saturday 8th May
Voyager en France
From the 8th of June, every Tuesday for 6 weeks, French up your summer and get ready for your holidays! Using authentic materials such as maps, menus, etc., you will prepare for your next trip to France. You will learn phrases for specific situations (restaurant, train station, shopping, etc.) and learn about important French customs and habits with qualified and native teachers. 6 Tuesdays from the 8th of June. (9h in total, 6x 1h30 per week)
Onsite - £126
6 Tuesdays from the 8th June
The official Centre for French Language and its Cultures
We are the Alliance Française d'Oxford, the charity whose mission is to offer French classes for all ages and abilities, promote the enjoyment of French and Francophone cultures, and organise cultural events in Oxford.