The Centre International d'Antibes
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The first morning is spent welcoming new students and presenting the school. There is an information meeting during which time you will be provided with all the information you need for your stay. You will also meet our staff before heading off to visit Antibes.
The meeting is at 8:30am at "Le Château" school. French tests take place at 2pm to assess your written and oral skills and place you in a group which suits your level. No lessons are held on the first day. You will be advised which school you will be attending ("Le Château" or "Le Port") after the tests.
Get discounted rates with the Centre International d'Antibes Student Card at museums, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, sports clubs and various services.
You will be given this handy booklet on the first day. It contains plenty of useful information about how the school is organized and your accommodation.
A free shuttle service runs from "Le Château" school to "Le Port" school from Monday to Friday (one-way only). Students staying at our student residences can also take our shuttle service to their school (1€, one-way).
A self-service restaurant is available at the "Le Château" school from Monday to Friday (breakfast 4.5€, lunch 5€ to 9€). Snack and drinks machines are also available on site.
Students at "Le Port" may prefer to eat lunch at one of the many restaurants and snack bars on Boulevard d’Aguillon or in the old town. Vending machines are also available on site for breaktime snacks. In the evening you can eat out at one of the town's many cheap and cheerful or more luxurious restaurants.
You can enjoy dining out in the evening at one of the town's many friendly-priced or more luxurious restaurants.
There is a library and wireless internet facility (5€/week) at "Le Château" school.
"Le Port" school also has a small internet area.
Students wishing to explore the region in their spare time can make the most of our leisure and excursion program (supplement payable). We have a new program every week.
You will be issued with a French Certificate stating that you have completed the language training course. This certificate states the level you have reached, class attendance (as a percentage) and your teacher’s report.
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