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With its strong expertise in teaching French with each year more than 2000 students, the Institut français du Nigeria guarantees the quality of its teaching and makes every effort to ensure the success of its training and development of its students .

In our premises or in yours, from Monday to Saturday, the Institut français du Nigeria offers a high quality range of French language courses for adults, children and teenagers (all levels), French customized trainings on request and sessions of official examinations (DELF Prim, DELF Junior, DELF, DALF, TCF and TCF-Québec).

The services of the language school have been developed under the scope of excellence. We have various teaching materials and our teachers are very well trained. It enables us to propose a wide range of French classes and customized French trainings (such as general French language, diplomatic French, French for Personal Assistant, French for Business, etc.)

Our courses are organized in line with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) of the European Council.

3 good reasons to learn French!

1. Your ticket to studies in France!

France has one of the best and affordable higher education system in the world! With DELF & DALF certifications level B2 minimum, you can apply to French Universities and schools with programs taught in French. 

You can also apply to programs taught in English in French Universities and schools. No French proficiency is required but strong foundations are recommended to get the best learning experience in France.

2. A key to International organisations and a big advantage on the national job market

French is one of official language of the UN and ECOWAS. After mastering the French for Personal Assistant or the French for Business courses, you could apply for UN agencies, Embassies, European Union, NGOs… 

3. Over 270 million people speak French… on the 5 continents!

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17 Nov / 05 Dec - Abuja

DELF / DALF EXAMINATIONS coming soon !

Schedule and fees   These diplomas are awarded by the French Ministry of Education in 154 countries. DELF / DALF (adults)  DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are official qualifications delivered by the French Ministry of Education to certify competencies of international standard in the French language. They…Continue Reading >

We have the pleasure to welcome DOVELAND INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS in our partners ! The Doveland team has showed a real motivation and investment in developping French in their school. The teachers are offering quality teaching, using the most recent methods to help the kids become fluent in French.   ! CONGRATULATIONS !   Why becoming partners? The Institut français…Continue Reading >

23 Sep - Abuja

Open day

  Saturday 23th September 2017 10am to 2pm    Success of the second edition of the Open Day at the Institut Français du Nigéria – Abuja – 23/09/2017 The second edition of the Open Day of the Institut Français du Nigéria (IFN) was held on Saturday, September 23, 2017. This event included French breakfast, book…Continue Reading >

22 Aug / 14 Sep - Abuja

The new book TEXTO is available !

TEXTO is the most recent book to learn French as a foreign language. It has a better focus on the culture aspect, the activities are based on audios and videos.    

05 Apr / 08 May - Abuja

DELF / DALF EXAMINATIONS

The DELF certifications are recognized worldwide and the diplomas are life-long valid. Check the fees and schedules for DELF/DALF tout public – DELF junior – DELF Prim on the Examination page: http://www.institutfrancais-nigeria.com/category/abuja/french-language/official-examinations/  

19 Dec / 31 Jan - Abuja

NEW !!! CONVERSATION CLASSES

Class focused on speaking and listening for level A1 This class is tailored for students who have started to learn French and are still at a beginner’s level in French. You will practice the oral skills (speaking and listening) in order to improve your ability to communicate, to understand native speakers, to interact more fluently, and…Continue Reading >

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