STRALANG Language School - Strasbourg - France
STRALANG Institute is a private institution of higher education established in 2009, registered at the French Local Education Authority of Strasbourg and at the Prefecture of Bas-Rhin. STRALANG Institute is located near European institutions and the University campus. We offer French language and culture courses for all levels - our teachers have a...

STRALANG Institute is a private institution of higher education established in 2009, registered at the French Local Education Authority of Strasbourg and at the Prefecture of Bas-Rhin. STRALANG Institute is located near European institutions and the University campus. We offer French language and culture courses for all levels - our teachers have a diploma in French as a Foreign Language (FFL). Our approach is progressive and based on interaction whitin small groups of 9 students at the maximum. We teach languages in a pragmatic way. Our methods will help you improve your oral as well as your writte skills. Located in Strasbourg very close to the University campus and other International Institutions, STRALANG offers you the best customized solutions to your specific needs in more ways than other ordinary language schools. Our Institute will provide you with cultural activities, administrative help and assistance in finding the most convenient accommodation during your stay in France. All our teachers are qualified, experienced, dynamic, and motivated. they are at your disposal to teach you french language. Our courses are designed for you if you are interested in learning French or if you want to improve and deepen your knowledge of French linguistics and culture. We will help you to prepare and to successfully complete the TCF, DELF and DALF exams according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) of the Council of Europe. You will be able to : Learn to communicate in French spontaneously. Interact with ease in both casual and professional situations. Develop speaking skills for specific situations. Improve your reading and writing skills. Learn about French society, culture and literature. The groups are limited to 9 students in order to make easier the conversions and the communication in the class. We have groups for all the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. (From A0 to C1) Exams are weekly and monthly organized so that you can permanently have an idea of your current level.
Accommodation possible
B - Standard French Course - 15 lessons/week
General French, French culture and society for A0, A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels (according to the CEFRL). Schedule: 3 hours per day, 5 days per week. General French classes are held every morning from 9.00 am to 12.00 pm, from Monday to Friday in level groups (A0 to C1 level). The course’s objectives correspond to the standards and recommendatio...

General French, French culture and society for A0, A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels (according to the CEFRL). Schedule: 3 hours per day, 5 days per week. General French classes are held every morning from 9.00 am to 12.00 pm, from Monday to Friday in level groups (A0 to C1 level). The course’s objectives correspond to the standards and recommendations set within the framework of CEFRL. Our students improve their written and oral comprehension and expression skills, their oral expression and writing skills, as they extend their knowledge about French culture and society. Learning groups are limited to 9 students maximum. Registration fee: (non-refundable and valid for one year) €50, paid at first registration.
Starting date:
Price per 1 week(-s)
4475.25
EUR
Cancellation is possible
Payment details
Payment • From abroad: Payment from abroad can be made either by bank transfer (see below), by check or via a postal order payable to Institut STRALANG. In the case of a postal order, please attach the original receipt from the post office. • By bank transfer: Warning! All financial and banking charges are at the student’s expense. The advance...

Payment • From abroad: Payment from abroad can be made either by bank transfer (see below), by check or via a postal order payable to Institut STRALANG. In the case of a postal order, please attach the original receipt from the post office. • By bank transfer: Warning! All financial and banking charges are at the student’s expense. The advance and final payment actually credited on the Institute’s banking account are the only amounts taken into consideration by Stralang. IMPORTANT: If you proceed by bank transfer for your advance payment, you will have to send us a copy of your bank transfer by post, fax or e-mail (do not forget to indicate your name) for your registration to be completed. Bank Code Offfice Code Account number Address 30087 33005 00020170601–50 CIC Est 3 place Dauphine 67100 Strasbourg FRANCE Beneficiary: Institut STRALANG IBAN: FR 76 3008 7330 0500 0201 7060 150 BIC/SWIFT: CMCIFRPP • Payment at Stralang’s office Payment can be made in person, by check or in cash. All the documents sent by post must be sent to the following address: STRALANG 16 rue Jean-Henri Schnitzler 67000 Strasbourg France or by fax at +33 (0)9 59 72 23 06.
Cancellation policy
Withdrawal and Reimbursement If the registration fee has already been paid, it cannot be used at a later date not be reimbursed except in the event of force majeure, such as a visa refusal, which has to be certified by the French Consulate, a serious disease with a certificate from a doctor, the death of a relative (parent, brother, sister, child)...

Withdrawal and Reimbursement If the registration fee has already been paid, it cannot be used at a later date not be reimbursed except in the event of force majeure, such as a visa refusal, which has to be certified by the French Consulate, a serious disease with a certificate from a doctor, the death of a relative (parent, brother, sister, child) testified by an official document or an accident leading to an injury certified by an official document. The Institute may consider the reimbursement of a tuition fee only if one of the cases mentioned above is valid and testified. Any request for withdrawal and reimbursement must be submitted in written form. Reimbursement may be considered in the event of a force majeure if registration is cancelled within 30 days before the starting date of the course or in the case of an anticipated departure. In that case, the school may consider a 50 % reimbursement, provided that supporting documents are presented and the request is approved by STRALANG. Professional motives and obligations are not considered cases of force majeure. After final registration, if the student has begun attending classes, no refund can be made regardless of the reason of the cancellation. The school reserves itself the right to modify or cancel any class at any moment, in which case the institute will so its best to offer an altenative course. Private classes: Any cancellation or rescheduling of a class by the student must imperatively be done before noon the day before the scheduled class; otherwise, the class will be charged to the student. French Public Holidays/School Closed Stralang is closed during all French public holidays and certain vacation weeks throughout the year. The precise dates are posted on the noticeboard of the Institute.
Visa information

How to obtain a visa and residence card for your studies in France

 

Before your departure:

The entries and residence conditions for long stay in France are subject to regulation and different from those of a tourist visit. In about 30 countries, the request and issuance procedure for a "...

How to obtain a visa and residence card for your studies in France

 

Before your departure:

The entries and residence conditions for long stay in France are subject to regulation and different from those of a tourist visit. In about 30 countries, the request and issuance procedure for a "student" visa has been modified. It is compulsory anywhere it exist.

 

Obtaining a student visas/Is a visa always necessary?

Citizens of the European Union and European Economic Area are free to enter and remain in France without restriction: they do not need to obtain a visa before entering France.

However, visitors from other countries must have a visa to enter France.

Site of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs

Visa types:

There are different types of visa to meet the different needs of international students. Consulates are in charge of processing visa requests in accordance with current laws and regulations.There are short and long-term student visas. For more information, please consult the list of France’s embassies and consulates abroad.

Mandatory online visa-application procedure:

Just like registration in higher education institutions, the online procedure to obtain a visa is compulsory for nationals of the following countries:

Prospective students from the countries listed below must apply for their visa online as part of the process of applying for admission to an institution of higher education in France:

Algeria

Argentina

Benin

Brazil

Cameroon 

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Congo (Brazzaville) 

Korea 

United States 

Gabon 

Guinea 

India

Ivory Coast

Japan

Lebanon

Madagascar

Mali

Mauritius

Morocco 

Mexico

Russia 

Senegal 

Syria

Taiwan

Tunisia 

Turkey 

Vietnam

 

Long-stay student visa- Residency permit (VLS TS):

This new visa is designed for foreign students (graduate scholars and scientists are not eligible) who intend to study in a public or private institution of higher education in France for more than six months. 

This visa also serves as a residency permit; since 2009, holders of this type of visa are no longer required to visit the local prefecture of police to obtain a renewable residency permit.

Nevertheless, they must send the following documents to the OFII (the French office for immigration and integration) by registered mail, with aknowledgement of receipt (Lettre recommandée avec accusé de réception ):

    1. The OFII certification request form, stamped and delivered by the same office that granted the visa
    2. A copy of the passport pages bearing their personal data and the official stamp certifying entry into France or another country of the Schengen area.

The OFII will then schedule a medical examination and possibly an orientation session. A fee of €60 will be charged in all cases.

 

Once you arrive in France:

 

Students will have to fulfil the following requirements, according to their nationality: 

 

For European Union nationals:

Unemploye young researchers: no procedure needed.

Young researchers with employment: since 1 July 2008 only Romanians and Bulgarians who don’t have a French master's degree are to request a residency visa for a temporary work. The period of validity will correspond to the duration of the labor contract. No procedure is needed for others cases.

Documents to be provided by Romanians and Bulgarians to Bas-Rhin's prefecture:

They have to present the originals and provide copies of:

Their passport: pages bearing their the name and photograph, as well as the passport validity information.

A certificate of school attendance or a student card.

A proof of address (less than three month old) or an accommodation certificate with a copy of a piece of identification of their hosting person and an EDF, GDF or a telephone bill or a less than three month old lease agreement.

3 recent identity pictures (1,38*1,78 inches/3,5*4,5 cm)

Their birth certificate

Their labor contract

For nationals of a country outside the European Union:

Young researchers with a student visa (CESEDA L313-7) need to request a student residency card (at the Agora office from September till December or at the prefecture apart from this period). A medical examination hqs to be carried out at the ANAEM (Agence Nationale de l’Accueil des Étrangers et des Migrations).

Young researchers with a scientific visa (CESEDA L313-8) need to request a scientific residency card at the prefecture. A medical examination has to be carried out at the ANAEM. Your employer will have to pay the required fees.

Necessary documents to apply for a scientific residency card:

Applicants need to present the originals and provide a copy of the following documents:

Their passport: pages bearing their name and photograph, as well as the passport validity information.

The placement agreement bearing the signatures of the PhD school director and the vice president for research and doctoral training.

A proof of address (less than three month old) or an accommodation certificate with a copy of a piece of identification of their hosting person, an EDF, GDF or telephone bill or a less than three month old lease agreement.

3 recent  identity pictures (1,38*1,78 inches/3,5*4,5 cm)

The copy of the visa D « CESEDA L313-8 » with the note “demand for residency card”.

Their birth certificate and their marriage certificate if your husband or wife accompanies you.

Their labor contract.

The medical take-over form, from the OMI (Office des Migrations Internationales/International Office for Migration) signed by the hosting institution (University, CNRS, INSERME)

 

French Ministry of Foreign Affairs website: http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/

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