About Alliance Francaise de Perth
Alliance Francaise de Perth Alliance Francaise de Perth The Alliance Française is a cultural non-profit association founded in 1883 in Paris. This association distinguishes itself from other language schools through its blend of learning and cultural immersion. There are over 873 centres in 136 countries, which make the Alliance Française the largest French language teaching association in the world. Being part of an outstanding professional network, the Alliance Française is also an official examination centre for recognized qualifications. With the collaboration of the AF global network, free resources are available to enhance your learning experience by practicing at your own pace. Through “le Passeport pour le français”, your achievements will be recognised around the world in the AF network. For more information on the AF network, you can visit the Alliance Française Fondation website : Site Alliance Française Fondation Site Delegation Generale Alliance Française en Australie Alliance Française de Perth The Alliance Française de Perth was founded in 1911 as the first French language centre in Western Australia. Run by a locally elected committee, its aim is to foster bonds and a better understanding between France and Western Australia by spreading the knowledge of the French language and culture and by promoting linguistic and cultural exchanges. French Immersion The centre organises French Language Classes at all levels for adults and children and Cultural Events such as the yearly Alliance Française French Film Festival, conferences, exhibitions, quiz nights and concerts. It has partnerships with the most important cultural institutions in the city: PIAF, WASO, WA Opera, PICA etc. Resources Alliance Française de Perth also has a media Library with books, videos, DVDs and CDs which can be borrowed free of charge. Furthermore, we provide translation services and help organise French language exchanges.
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