Learn Canada’s official language in an immersive environment for kids & teens.
L’Alliance Française de Vancouver is one of the best places in Vancouver to learn and live in French.
L’Alliance Française de Vancouver has a long history of serving a well-articulated cultural and educational mission.
At L’Alliance Française de Vancouver you can access 86 different types of French language courses, 15 formal certifications, on-line or in class group.
In addition to our regular season running September - June, we also have a variety of Summer Classes and Camps available for all ages, beginner - advanced.
When you are taking a language course at L’Alliance Française de Vancouver, you are learning from experienced teachers possessing internationally recognized credentials for teaching French as a second language.
As a student, you will also 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 a place of community, of exchange and of transmission. As a local organization involved in our community, l’Alliance Française de Vancouver 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 provides the opportunity to experience art in various shapes and forms and interact with projects from various cultures. L’Alliance Française de Vancouver organises events across gastronomy, cinema, writing, theatre, music, book clubs, dance, art exhibitions and children shows, in both English and French.
Events at L’Alliance Française de Vancouver are also mostly free or accessible at low ticket prices.
FREE interactive exhibition to explore innovative French AND ENGLISH digital comics.
*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.