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Remedial course in French

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This programme is for non-native speakers who are enrolled in one of the five faculties of the University of Neuchâtel (Arts, Science, Law, Economics or Theology) or who are participating in an exchange programme or who are following special courses. This is a remedial course to help these students get the most out of their stay at the University.


These lessons are free of charge and are taught by the staff of IFLC at times that fit in with the Faculties' timetables.

Information and enrolment

timetable 2017

  • Institut de langue et civilisation françaises
    Faubourg de l'Hôpital 61-63
    CH-2000 NEUCHATEL
    Tél . ++42 32 718 18 00
    Fax  ++41 32 718 18 01
    E-mail : ilcf.ce@unine.ch
  • Level A1 (2 hours a week)

    This beginners' course is aimed at students who only have a basic knowledge of French. They will particularly acquire skills in vocabulary and grammar (verbal conjugation, agreement between nouns and ajectives, etc.), as well as develop oral expression in everyday simple situations.
    Credits : students who attend class regulary and pass the written evaluation test at the end of the semester will get 2 credits.

  • Level A2 - B1 Course (2 hours a week)

    This course is aimed at students who already have a good knowledge of French. It reinforces their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
    Credits: Regular attendance as well as passing the end of term test (a 1 hour written examination) gives 2 credits.

  • Level B2 - C1 Course (2 hours a week)

    This course is aimed at students who already know French but who, through the study of original texts, wish to acquire a better level of expression and a mastery of different situations in oral and written communication.
    Credits: Regular attendance as well as passing the end of term test (a 1 hour written examination) gives 2 credits.

  • German - French translation exercises (2 hours a week)

    This course is aimed at German native speakers who wish to improve their knowledge of French through the translation of literary and newspaper articles. Importance is given to a contrastive analysis of German and French (especially from a lexical and syntactic point of view).
    Credits: Regular attendance and homework as well as passing the end of term test  gives 4 credits.

  • English - French translation exercises (2 hours a week)

    This course is aimed at English native speakers or those who have an excellent knowledge of English and who wish to improve their knowledge of French through the translation of literary and newspaper articles.
    Credits: Regular attendance and homework, as well as passing the end of term test gives 4 credits.

  • Laboratoire multimédia

    Huit périodes de libre-accès au Laboratoire multimédia sont proposées durant la semaine. Selon la langue maternelle, différents parcours dirigés sont proposés, afin d'exercer immédiatement les points qui posent problème. Les exercices portent sur les domaines suivants: phonétique, grammaire, vocabulaire, orthographe, passage de l'oral à l'écrit, compréhension orale, lecture, littérature française, culture européenne, etc.

    L'étudiant-e travaille sous la supervision d'un-e enseignant-e.

    Horaire du libre-accès :

    • Lundi 17h15-18h45
    • Mardi 12h15-13h45 et de 17h15 à 18h45
    • Jeudi 12h15-13h45
  • Tandem

    Des échanges Tandem sont organisés au début du semestre, en collaboration avec le Centre de langues de l'UniNE, qui se charge de mettre les étudiant-e-s en relation. Le principe est simple: les étudiant-e-s se rencontrent pour échanger de manière informelle, la moitié du temps dans une langue, l'autre moitié dans une autre.

    Centre de langues

  • Cercle de lecture

    A partir de mars 2016 et en collaboration avec l'Institut de littérature française, l'ILCF propose un Cercle de lecture : des étudiant-e-s se retrouvent une fois par mois pour discuter librement de livres qu'ils ont aimés.