Not sure what these DELF exams are all about ? Come join us and test yourself ! We’re organizing mock DELF exams for the levels A2, B1 and B2, under real test conditions. Tests: Oral Comprehension and Written Comprehension only Date: 26th of May Fee: 1000 naira Registration: NOW until the 4th of May, at the reception…Continue Reading >
We offer a wide range of levels from Beginner to Advanced French classes. The Institut Français organizes its teaching on the most modern teaching methods and on the CEFR (the Common European Framework for Languages), a standard reference adopted by dozens of educational systems worldwide. The books Texto and Echo are based on this curiculum.
The classes are designed to develop language proficiency through the use of the listening, writing, speaking and reading skills.
See below for our courses options, sessions and fees.
How to enroll?
To be eligible for admission to Institut français du Nigeria, the student must be above 18 years of age. Minors must apply with parental consent.
Please register at the reception of Institut français du Nigeria with the following documents:
- an ID card
- a passport-sized photograph
- a parental authorization for applicants between the ages of 16 and 18 years
- the receipt of full payment for the course of your choice.
- All payments should be made only after registration at our reception. They will provide you with the bank details.
- Note that payment for materials should be made on a separate teller.
- Paid fees are not refundable.
If you have already learned French and you are not sure about your level, you will have to take a short written and oral test (15min) with the director of studies.
For more information, contact
+234 805 947 8456
We are located at 52 Libreville Street, off Aminu Kano Crescent, beside Mr Biggs, Wuse 2, Abuja.
The French Institute in Nigeria (Abuja) is organizing a 10 days educational trip to France from the 4th to the 14th of July 2015. The trip will start with one week in Royan, a beautiful coastal city in the South West of France, with French classes in the morning (3 hours) in a leading French…Continue Reading >