Courses are open to adults and young people under 18 years of age with parental consent.
Before enrolling, each student must check that there is no reason why they may not participate in an Alliance Française Monaco course, for example, the lack of a visa or residence permit. The Alliance Française Monaco cannot be held responsible in the event that such documents are not issued.
Group courses will only go ahead if there are a minimum of 6 students enrolled per group (or 5 students in the case of mini groups).
Each student must be insured against the risks of illness, accident and civil liability. The cost of this insurance is borne by the student.
To participate in group courses, an annual enrolment fee of
€50 is payable, in addition to the cost of the course.
Tuition fees must be paid during enrolment at the latest.
Prices for group, mini group, one-to-one and corporate courses are provided to the student and published. The management reserves the right to change prices without notice.
Payment for lessons must be made exclusively by cheque made out to the Alliance Française Monaco or by bank transfer (bank details will be provided).
The DELF examination schedule and fees are set by the French Ministry of National Education and are listed on the Centre international de Valbonne website, or you can contact the Centre by email ([email protected]) or the DELF Secretariat on 04 92 96 52 06
The DELF examination schedule and fees are set by the French Ministry of National Education (contact the NICE CUEFLE Secretariat on 04 93 37 53 83.
Lessons may be cancelled up to 24 hours before they are due to take place. Cancellations made on the same day as the lesson will automatically be billed.
By enrolling in one of our courses, you agree to the procedures and to these terms and conditions for enrolment. In the event of a dispute, Monaco courts have sole jurisdiction.
When enrolling, students must show valid proof of identity (passport, residence permit, identity or resident’s card, etc.)
Once started, all courses will continue for the duration selected by the student on enrolment.
Once a course has commenced, students who have to miss lessons for health reasons (a medical certificate is required) will be able to make up the lost hours or receive reimbursement for the missed lessons on a pro-rata basis.
If a student cancels lessons once a course has started, no reimbursement will be made.
Students who miss lessons due to their own fault may not request make-up lessons or reimbursement.
Students should arrive fifteen minutes before the start of their first lesson in order to complete the enrolment procedures, and will need to bring a photograph for identification purposes (paper or digital format).
Lessons take place in a school building made available to us by the Monegasque Government and so students must comply with the security measures in place by showing the guard the name badge (or identity document) issued during enrolment.
Lessons are held in the classroom throughout the year except during August, school holidays and public holidays.
Please use the stairs in the indicated direction to reach the classroom and when leaving, and avoid lingering on the stairs.
Unless students specifically object, the Alliance Française Monaco is authorised to use photos and images of users in its communications tools and promotional media.
The Alliance Française Monaco complies with the law on protecting personal data
(Act No. 2018-493 of 20 June 2018). The personal data which you provide during enrolment is never used in our advertising or shared with third parties. The only information held on our mail server is the student’s last name, first name, date of birth, nationality, year of birth, postal address, telephone number and email address, as well as the number of lessons attended (this information can be amended or removed at your request, by contacting 06 78 63 63 91). This information is held for a maximum of two years.
Smoking is prohibited in the classroom, and no food or drink may be brought in.
We ask that all students behave courteously and respectfully with regard to other people and property. The Alliance Française Monaco is a place of learning where all cultures must respect each other in a spirit of tolerance and non-discrimination on the basis of gender, age, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or disability.
Students are asked to be punctual for lessons.
Attendance certificates will not be issued to students who attend less than 80% of the lessons for which they have enrolled.
In the event that serious or repeated violation of these rules leads to a student being expelled from the course, no reimbursement may be requested from the Alliance Française Monaco.