La Rochelle
La Rochelle
La Rochelle
La Rochelle

Study abroad in La Rochelle

Study French in La Rochelle, a picturesque harbor town popular with holiday makers.

Known as La Ville Blanche because of the effect created by the bright sun shining on its limestone buildings, La Rochelle is rich in history. It was one of the most important harbors between the fourteenth and seventeenth century, and it is from here that the French colonists who later founded Montreal set sail for Canada.

Located on the Atlantic Coast, in the summer La Rochelle is a fantastic destination for those who like to relax in the sunshine on the beach or in the park. The attractive old town has various cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as a large cultural centre. Throughout the year, the city hosts a number of large cultural events, including an international film festival and a Jazz festival. 

Language schools in La Rochelle

Language courses abroad in Eurocentres

Eurocentres is a group of language schools with more than 60 years of experience and a strong international reputation. The school in La Rochelle offers quality language courses and modern facilities in a peaceful seaside setting. Eurocentres has built its success on its teachers' professionalism and the personal attention that they give to each of their students. Each course is taught by two or

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Inlingua is one of the largest language learning networks in the world and has developed an original way of teaching, which they have used successfully since 1968. This method is centered on oral communication, enabling students to make quick progress with their language skills. For example, role playing is used to ensure that students are comfortable with everyday language and common situations.

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