French Courses in Toulouse, France
French Courses in Toulouse, France


Established in 1991, Langue Onze Toulouse is located in the historic centre of the beautiful "Ville Rose". Visitors to Toulouse will experience the charm of the traditional French lifestyle as well as the latest in contemporary culture, the arts and entertainment.

Our course content and organization corresponds to the progressive levels defined by the CEFR – the Common European Framework of Reference for evaluating language performance – making it possible to receive official recognition and course credits from participating universities.

Accommodation arranged with free airport transfer. With an Intensive course of 3 weeks or more, we propose a Tandem conversation exchange with a native French partner, free of charge.

We also offer custom-tailored 'study abroad' programs for school and youth groups, exam preparation (DELF, DALF, GCE…).

If you are seeking professionalism, creativity in language teaching, and a unique location to learn French, Langue Onze Toulouse is the place to go.


Our French courses are designed for all nationalities and all levels of knowledge of French, creating a truly international mix of people of all ages and walks of life.

Our student population is majority European, with a good number of North and South Americans, some Australians, Eastern Europeans and a smaller number of Asian and African students. In the summer (July, August) the majority of students are between 18 and 25 years old. The rest of the year we receive a larger proportion of mature adults, from 30s up to late 70s.

Class size is limited to 6 up to a maximum of 12 per group. This limited class size allows us to adapt the course to students' needs and to encourage every student to speak French.


    Attractive air-conditioned, learning environment in the heart of Toulouse: 8 spacious classrooms on 2 floors of a lovely building in the classic Toulouse style, only a 5 minute walk from the city’s central Place du Capitole.

    Student Services

    · Hot drinks (coffee/tea/chocolate) and bottled water are available for purchase during breaks.


    · A collection of French films on DVD and books and magazines in French are available in our lending library.


    · The multimedia lab with free internet access + WiFi wireless internet and the student lounge area are open from 8:30 - 18:30 (6:30 p.m.) Monday through Friday.

    • The school director, teaching director and administrative staff are available and responsive to your questions and concerns. Counseling available in four languages: English, French, Spanish and German.


    Your first day welcome to the school and Toulouse includes an information packet detailing upcoming events, recommendations on things to do and see in town, an optional lunch in a typical Toulousan restaurant, plus a guided walking tour of the city.

    Throughout your course, several afternoons or evenings per week will find you exploring new corners of la ville rose: dancing, dining and taking in concerts and shows, swimming, hiking, cycling along the Canal du Midi; attending conferences and films in French, playing Pétanque or enjoying a riverboat cruise at sunset.
    The programme includes regular visits to Toulouse features such as the Airbus aircraft assembly line and the Cité de l’Espace.

    One weekend per month – more often in the summer months - we offer optional excursions to points of interest in the Toulouse region:

    Carcassonne - Visit and tour of Carcassonne, an impressive walled mediaeval city boasting 3 km of ramparts, 52 towers, castle and cathedral, restored in the 19th century by the renowned architect Viollet-le-Duc.

    Albi & Cordes-sur-ciel - Steeped in history, Albi is renowned for the imposing Sainte-Cécile cathedral and the Palais de la Berbie with its museum dedicated to the world-famous post-impressionist painter Toulouse-Lautrec plus the town of Cordes built high on top of an isolated knoll, a large and amazingly well preserved bastide with dozens of narrow streets to explore.

    Foix castle & the prehistoric painted grottoes at Niaux: After a guided visit of the medieval château, we’ll travel to the caves of Niaux and their prehistoric paintings dating from 10,000 years ago. A rare experience!
    Visa Information
    Visas for France –Long or Short stay visas

    If you are planning to visit France for a period of more than 90 days, you’ll need to apply for a long-stay student visa. For citizens of some countries, a visit to France of any length requires an official visa.

    For study periods of more than 90 days, you must also complete the Campus France application process:

    To apply for your visa, please contact the French Consulate or Embassy in your home country or country of residence.

    You can find the application forms and more information about the application process online: please see the website of the French Embassy nearest you.

    In order to definitively reserve your course (and accommodation), you will need to pay an advance deposit – contact us for more details. As soon as we receive your deposit, we will send you an “invitation letter” (attestation of enrolment) so that you can apply for your visa.
    The advance on the course fees is included in the total cost of your course.

    How to get there

    Transfer on arrival & departure from Toulouse-Blagnac airport, the Toulouse-Matabiau train station or the Toulouse bus station is included free of charge with reservation of an accommodation through the school.

    Your host will meet you at the airport or train station, holding a sign that reads "Langue Onze Toulouse" to make it easier to find each other.

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    • by Eric B.
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      Just average school
      I studied in Langue Onze for 2 months, the first 2 weeks was in the school while the rest was online class, below are my comments and findings; Negative / Cons ⁃ The school is a small enterprise compared to other language school that I have enrolled before. ⁃ Majority of the rooms are small, it is enough for 4 students but they put 6 to 7. ⁃ The activities they organised every afternoon was always cancelled. ⁃ I paid my tuition 6 months in advance and confirmed my arrival more than 1 month before the start of my class but when I arrived the TANDEM program is not ready for me. I have to ask for it and at one point I have to beg for it, the response was just a mere “Sorry”. Due to this scenario, I think there’s no coordination between their culture desk and the one communicating with the arriving students. I ended my training without a TANDEM program. ⁃ There’s no weekend excursion program or even the school is recommending to their students to another sector. ⁃ During the face to face class, there were 2 class for my level (B1), around 6 students per class but during the online class they mixed the 2 class, therefore so many students for an online class, it prevents the students to really have a quality time in engaging with the professor. I notified this to the school directrice but no actions have been made, I was explained that the there's no available teacher. But there were 2 teachers during the face to face class. ⁃ There’s no chronological structure in the lesson because on my 7th and 8th week, the lesson was recurring from my 1st and 2nd week. ⁃ Their culture / welcome desk is very unmotivated in my own opinion. ⁃ During the start of the confinement, there were 2 days off decided by the school but they did not make any effort to replace the lost time by doing a make-up class. Positive / Pros ⁃ My only professor Jordi is a good teacher. ⁃ Claire was the only flexible teacher who did not cancel the afternoon activity even though we are only 2 students. ⁃ The karaoke activity was fun, just once though.
      Monday, 27 April 2020
    • by Cook R.
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      Three Times!
      I've studied three times at Lange Onze Toulouse, and I plan to do it again! I love the city, the region, the school, and my genial hosts! As a retired teacher, I appreciate the quality of instruction, which strikes the right balance between conversation and grammar, between the language of Molière and the francophone world of today.
      Friday, 10 October 2014
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      by Gelling W.
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      Fantastic french course in Toulouse
      I spent four weeks at Langue Onze. The teaching was fantastic - enthusiastic, interesting and interested teachers, lots of cultural events if you wanted them, and all in the beautiful city of Toulouse. I can't recommend the school highly enough.
      Tuesday, 31 December 2013
    • by white E.
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      TROIS SEMAINES A LANGUE ONZE Récemment j’ai passé 3 semaines à “Langue Onze” (Toulouse) où, avec mon mari, j’ai suivi un cours ‘intensif plus’ (niveau B2). J’ai été très satisfaite de cette expérience. Les professeures étaient très expérimentées et motivantes nous donnant beaucoup de textes intéressants. J’ai pu raffiner plusieurs questions de grammaire et mieux apprécier les coutumes et la politique actuelle de la France ainsi que son histoire. De plus, les étudiants venus des 4 coins du monde étaient très sympathiques et, malgré notre grande différence d’âge (j’ai 71 ans), j’ai bien communiqué avec eux. Dans ma classe (environ 8-10 élèves) chaque étudiant(e) était bien encadré(e). L’équipe administrative était également compétente et agréable nous offrant de nombreuses opportunités de converser avec elle en français. Avec mon mari, j’ai logé chez un couple français qui a été extrêmement serviable et avec qui nous avons pu pratiquer notre français le soir et le weekend. Ce logement était organisé par l’école. Leur maison se trouvait dans un quartier agréable entre le canal de Brienne et le fleuve majestueux, la Garonne. De temps en temps nous nous sommes promenés le long de ce fleuve pour aller à l’école située dans un quartier chic au centre ville. Très proche de l’école se trouve le superbe musée des Augustins. Nous n’avons pas eu assez de temps pour bien explorer tous les musées, galléries et sites historiques de cette belle ville fascinante. Une autre fois, peut-être. Certes, Toulouse porte bien son nom, »la ville rose ». Je recommande très vivement « Langue Onze ». C’est parfait pour les étudiant(e)s de tous pays, de tous niveaux et de tous âges. Erin White, 16 novembre 2013
      Saturday, 16 November 2013
    • by English G.
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      An example of very good teaching
      I've just come back to Australia after a three week course at Langue Onze. My French is basic, I was in A2 class. I spent all my professional career as a teacher, first with small children, then adolescents and then for nearly thirty years with adults training to be teachers. So I feel confident in judging whether people can teach well. I found Langue Onze well orgainised and the people who taught me were very good. I came away much more confident about my French and highly enthused to keep practising it. I want to be better at ir. 'Leave them wanting more' is a show business addage but it is also a sign of good teaching. I want more, please.
      Saturday, 02 November 2013
    • by Werner K.
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      Sehr guter Kurs
      Ich habe zwei Wochen an einem B1-Kurs teilgenommen und war sehr zufrieden. Die Lehrerin hat den Kurs sehr abwechslungsreich gestaltet, es gab einen guten Mix aus Grammatik, Vokabular und Sprachübungen. Uns ist nie langweilig geworden, die Stimmung war gut und ich habe viel gelernt. Meine Lehrerin, Myrthe, empfehle ich wärmstens
      Monday, 21 October 2013
    • by Mac J.
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      Very good, friendly school
      Overall a very good and friendly school. I spent a month there in Sep 2013. Pros - excellent, motivated teachers and support staff - very friendly environment - opportunities for tandem partners and cultural experiences - central location Contras - photocopied teaching materials are sometimes old and hard to read. please use scans! - classes start late and breaks are longer than advertised, i think this is due because of the presence of many younger students who are not paying for the courses with their own money?
      Thursday, 17 October 2013
    • by Bayhan C.
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      J'y etais pour 4 semains mais c'était tres utile pour moi d'améliorer mon français grâce aux professuers. C'est une parfaite école pour apprendre le français!
      Friday, 11 October 2013
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      by Hance D.
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      Quality Instruction, Caring Professors
      I completed 21 weeks of intensive French classes at LangueOnze. At first, I started in a language level that wasn't challenging enough, but my professors recognized my frustration and moved me up. They were attentive to my needs and allowed me to accelerate my learning. I started in A2 and finished in C1. Everyone from the receptionist to the director treated me with respect as an adult. I also appreciated the flexibility to take time away from school when I needed to. If I had more time, I would have loved to join in for the many activities that the school organizes, but I did take advantage of the resources and extra tutoring that are offered free to students. I highly recommend LangueOnze.
      Thursday, 10 October 2013
    • by man Y.
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      Langue Onze - c'est fantastique!
      Really good school. very precise about pronounication. would highly recommend Langue Onze!
      Monday, 30 September 2013
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      by Herráez Aón M.
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      Lo mejor de todo fue darme cuenta que en 20 dias de clase dan la misma materia que en cualquier escuela oficial de idiomas espanola en un curso entero!!! El personal es muy muy amable, ante cualquier duda o problema te ayudan a encontrarle solucion. Una experiencia que repetir� cada vez que pueda.
      Tuesday, 30 July 2013
    • by Salvador C.
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      Muy bien, recomendable
      La escuela está muy bien situada, en el centro de la ciudad y cerca de las dos líneas de metro. Las instalaciones están también bastante bien, y todos los trabajadores de la escuela son muy amables y están disponibles para todo. Una vez al mes se hacen exámenes de nivel para comprobar que las clases están correctamente divididas, además de la posibilidad de un examen final para el estudiante. Además, la primera semana explican todo lo relacionado con la ciudad, te dan varios planos, te ayudan a conseguir la tarjeta de metro... Mi única queja es que el programa tandem no está disponible en verano y eso sólo te lo avisan una vez has llegado.
      Friday, 26 July 2013


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