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Our Skype French lessons can be designed to prepare students for IB French exams and GCSE/A-level exams, as well as DELF and DALF exams.

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Why learn French in Beijing?

Beijing is a vibrant and growing international city, attracting global trade and investment.

The value of learning French in Beijing is well recognized, for adults and for future opportunities it creates for children.

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Beijing news

Lycée Français International de Pékin

Logo of French School in Beijing

The Lycée Français International de Pékin (LFIP) is one of 494 schools within the network of the AEFE (Agence pour l’Enseignement Français à l’Etranger). Founded in 1965, the school now has 950 students and follows the principles of French National Education and the policies of  the AEFE. Currently spread over 3 sites in Beijing, construction started… [read more]

Institut Francais

Logo of Institut Français

The Institut Français is a a French Cultural center in the heart of Bejing. The institute shows French films regularly and it has an active program of exhibitions, conferences, films as well as an extensive library of more than 30,000 documents. This includes books, essays, comic books, books for infants, journals, documentaries, French Language text… [read more]

French L’équipe

French soccer ball in net

French L’équipe is the French football club of Beijing which brings together francophones who are passionate about the game. Each year the club organises a corporate tournament “Thomas Maréchal” for French companies in Beijing and the tournament for francophones in partnership with the French Embassy. There senior team which plays in IFFC league and trains wednesday evenings at Chaoyang… [read more]

Sino French Film Exhibition

Logo of Beijing Film Academy

The first Sino-French International Documentary and Micro Film Exhibition will take place in Beijing from January 1 to 10 ,2015 and then January 25 to February 5, 2016 in Paris. The exhibition will be held at the Beijing Film Academy, the largest tertiary education institution for film in Asia. Among the alumni of the Beijing… [read more]

Beijing official website

Logo of Beijing website

The official Beijing website is extensive and is an excellent starting point to learn more about Beijing. The site includes tourism information, news, upcoming events, history, business, emergency services and a series about life in Beijing. It also has an extensive series of photo albums that are well worth exploring.

Maison France-Chine

Maison France Chine

The Maison France-Chine in Beijing was recently opened as part of an effort to facilitate development of French business in China. The development is the culmination of a project initiated by the CCIFC in partnership with Scout Real Estate, CCI Paris Ile de France and with the constant support of the French embassy. This project gathers… [read more]

Statue of de Gaulle in the National Museum of China

National Museum of China

The National Museum of China (in Tiananmen Square, Beijing) has placed a statue of former French president, Charles de Gaulle,  on permanent display. The bronze statue, by Jean Cardot is a replica of one on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. It was unveiled by the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, as part of the celebration of 50 years… [read more]