Junior summer courses in France 2019

Posted by
Michael Stein
23 Aug 2019

Junior summer courses in France 2019

Plan ahead for next year’s school summer holidays and consider sending your child to study abroad in FranceLearning French in France is a great way for students to improve their language skills in a short period of time.

Our Junior Summer Courses offer Irish students the opportunity to combine a summer holiday abroad with a study abroad experience. Suitable for students aged 13 to 17, these courses are ideal for improving a student’s language skills while they enjoy some fun in the sun. The courses are run with the leading French language school – Centre International D’Antibes which is a top quality institution offering high teaching standards, safe accommodation and good student care. There is a choice of campus – either Antibes or Cannes.

The courses are action packed with the ideal mix of language classes (20 per week), activities, excursions and free time with friends. Book for 2 to 6 weeks between March and August 2019.

The destinations

Both destinations are ideal for students and provide fantastic summer holiday experiences for students looking for a study abroad programme in France.


Antibes is a safe and fun town for younger students with plenty to do by both day and night. It is known as a junior version of Saint-Tropez. Students can enjoy spending time at the beaches with their friends and participate in a range of fun activities arranged by the language school on campus. There are two campuses located right next to the beautiful sandy beaches in the town.

Don’t just take our word for it!. Student Giulia recently returned from her study abroad trip to Antibes and this is what her Mum had to say:

Giulia had a fantastic time!. The first few days were a bit difficult but as soon as she met new friends she had no issues at all”.Teresa, Giulia’s Mum


Cannes is a friendly, traditional Mediterranean town famed for its palaces, luxury hotels and the “Palais des Festivals”. It has lovely sandy beaches where young people and teenagers meet up and socialise. The language school’s campus in Cannes is classed as a historic monument and located in the heart of the town with outdoor sports grounds and daily fun activities.

“Good tuition and the immersion in the language was very helpful… thanks for arranging accommodation and teaming up with students with similar interests”. Maura, Sean’s Mum

Click here for more information on our Junior Study Abroad programmes in France and book soon to avoid disappointment.


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