ILCF Welcomes Fall 2019 Students

Published on September 24, 2019 Updated on October 2, 2019

ILCF welcomed over 100 students, from all over the world, including Japan, India, the USA and Mexico, to the Catholic University of Paris campus, last week.



The students attended a morning Orientation Session for Fall 2019. They have just arrived in Paris, and will be learning French this semester.

The morning started with a typical French breakfast. Afterwards, the ILCF team and professors, presented the courses and services offered to new students. The students also received information, on how to make the best out of their time at ILCF/ICP, living in Paris, and cultural activities.

ILCFThey also had the opportunity to discover the Student Life Office, and were able to meet representatives of the multiple student associations present on our campus. Our students are encouraged to join the associations, to take advantage of their time with us.

During the semester, the students will take French language courses, in addition to French culture and civilization courses taught in both French and English.

Learning a Language Opens up Doors to New Worlds

The Institute of French Language and French Culture, has been teaching French as a foreign language since 1948. Each year they welcome over 2500 students, made up of more than 70 nationalities.