Feedback on the Jules Verne scholarship programme (two-week language course in Nice, at the centre Azurlingua) for eight Bahraini students.

The Cultural Service of the Embassy of France in Manama invited the grant holders of the Jules Verne scholarship programme and their parents to have lunch, one week after they came back from France.

The Cultural Service of the Embassy of France in Manama invited the grant holders of the Jules Verne scholarship programme and their parents to have lunch, one week after they came back from France. The purpose of this meeting was to get their feedbacks on the experience they had at the centre Azurlingua in Nice, and to collect their opinion about this two-week linguistic and cultural course.

The seven students present (one of them stayed in France to continue his studies) were all unanimous about the benefits they gained from this experience on both practical and personnel level. Indeed, the quality courses taught by qualified teachers allowed them – in only two weeks – to make significant progress in French. Moreover, the various extra-curricular activities proposed by the center (visits to surrounding towns such as Monaco, Aix-en-Provence and Cannes, sports outings etc.) made them experience the French Riviera’s relaxed rhythm of life.

The success of this experience will encourage the Cultural Service of the Embassy of France in Manama to extend this language scholarship and cultural scholarship programme Jules Verne for the high school students who are learning French in Bahrain.

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published on 26/08/2014

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