Learn French in a quick and interactive way

At your level, in the northwest of Brussels, in the mornings, afternoons or evenings, from 8 tot 20 hours a week.

You can enroll after an intake interview at campus Landsroem. We might test your French proficiency level.

Classes are held in the classroom or 100% online.

Find out about our courses 2021-2022


What will you learn?

Which other opportunities are there at Lethas?

How can you practice outside the classroom?

Basic User is level 1.1 (Breakthrough in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – A1) & level 1.2 (Waystage in the CEFR – A2) 

You learn how to speak and write French. You focus on the 4 skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading.

You can introduce yourself and others, you can make an appointment, you can fill in a form and talk about personal details such as your hobbies, you can interact with people in a shop, at the market, at school, with your neighbours and with the doctor. You learn how to write postcards and adverts and you can write short letters and messages. 

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Independent User – B1  is level 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 (Threshold or Intermediate in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) 

You can give your opinion about actual topics, have a debate, talk about the old days, tell a story and you can apply for a job and do a job interview. You can watch a TV-programme and reflect on it. You’ll read articles and advertisements. You’ll read letters and learn to write a CV and a letter of application. You learn how to summarize texts in which  you can explain your viewpoint in depth. 

Independent User – B2 is level 3.1 & 3.2 (Vantage or Upper-Intermediate in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) 

In module 3.1 the focus is on speaking and listening while in module 3.2 the focus is on reading and writing. 

You can interact with a certain degree of fluency on both concrete and abstract topics. You are up to date about current affairs. You are able to read the news and have a more complicated debate. 

Looking for a training and/or a job

Would you like to follow an extra training during or after your course and thus increase your chances on finding a job?

Are you looking for a job and would you like to work on your CV?

Do you have a foreign degree which you would like to equalize? 

→ Contact one of our counsellors through your teacher.

Working on a nice pronunciation

Would you like to work on a good pronunciation at home or at school?

→ Make an appointment with our one of our speech therapists for a screening and individual coaching.

Further details coming soon!

  • Practice French with the digital tools on your Moodle-page