Parlez vous Francais? Un petit peu? Why not brush up on your French skills in the New Year? There’s no better place to learn one of Canada’s official languages in Vancouver than L’Alliance Française with its long history of serving a well-articulated cultural and educational mission.
In fact, L’Alliance Française de Vancouver offers 86 different types of French language courses, 15 formal certifications, on-line or in-person group classes for kids, teens and adults.
When you take a language course at L’Alliance Française de Vancouver, you’ll learn from experienced teachers with internationally recognized FSL (French as a Second Language) credentials. The team is committed to pursuing excellence and innovation in teaching and delivering proven results. As a student, you’ll have free access to the media library, hosting a large collection of reference and support materials.
Join a wonderful community
L’Alliance Française de Vancouver ‘s library is more than just a place to study, it’s a place of community, of exchange and learning. As a local organization with roots in our community, L’Alliance is also proud to support young learners who need financial help to continue learning French.
Discover the richness and diversity of the arts and culture in Canada and the Francophonie
L’Alliance Française de Vancouver isn’t just about language, it’s about experiencing art in various shapes and forms and interacting with projects from various cultures. In 2019, in collaboration with its local and international partners, L’Alliance organized 73 events across gastronomy, cinema, writing, theatre, music, book clubs, dance, art exhibitions and children shows. 3,650 guests attended those events, offered in both English and French. Events are also mostly free or accessible at low ticket prices.
Looking to the future
L’Alliance Française de Vancouver looks forward to continuing their mission in a brand new state of the art facility, to be opened by 2022.
COVID-19 protocols are in place at L’Alliance Française de Vancouver. Our health and safety are ever so important. L’Alliance Française de Vancouver will continue to strictly follow the guidance of the provincial health authorities.
This post is sponsored by L’Alliance Française de Vancouver
The Alliance Française of Vancouver has been actively promoting interest in the French language and culture since 1904. We are a non-profit cultural and educational association managed by a board of directors elected by its members. It is our mission to foster the appreciation of Francophone culture through cultural events and offer French language courses to all. www.alliancefrancaise.com
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).