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French immersion courses in France

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I am looking to do a french immersion programme in France. I am an intermediate learner. I have short listed a couple that I have found on the internet that seem to have good reviews. CLE in Tours and Millefeuille Provence. I get the feeling that Millefeuille is probably more intense as it is offering 50 hours of study a week, as against CLE that is offering 20 hours but with the opportunity to do sightseeing in the afternoon. Obviously Millefeuille is more expensive. What do you think Millefeuille offer that CLE doesn't or is it just that you get more hours of study here? I will probably hire a car, so it probably wouldn't sway me if the school is not near a town. The quality of the teaching is more important to me and that you are made to feel included.

Has anyone been to these language schools recently? Are both schools friendly as I will be going on my own? What are the evening activities or are you free to do as you please? Any advice would be great so that I can decide which would be the better course to take. Thank you. Deborah

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