Knowledge begins with understanding
At Le Bosquet Languages School, knowledge is learned for life ...
Le Bosquet is a privately owned institute that has been delivering language education for adults for the last 40 years.
Every year, approximately 1,200 students, from 50 or 60 different nationalities, attend the school. They are adults over 18 years old from many cultures.
We are internationally known for the quality of our training , as well as for the warm welcome we offer to students from all parts of the world.
Combining Knowledge With Talent
Le Bosquet, our language school
A language is easily forgotten if it is not practised regularly. Therefore, we provide our students with a structured learning environment within which they can integrate steady, continuous and consolidated progress.
Hence, our slogan: "Knowledge for Life"
Le Bosquet Language School extends a warm welcome to everyone to join our Conversation Club every first and third Wednesday from 6.30 pm to 8 pm. Improve your oral expression and vocabulary by discussing different subjects such as culture, politics and various traditions of Switzerland in an informal atmosphere. A teacher will facilitate the discussions.
The location may change depending on the number of participants, so we would appreciate if you let us know that you are planning to attend: contact us or click on the help button. We can then confirm the location beforehand.
We really look forward to meeting you.
Free Taster Lesson
If you are thinking about taking a course in French at Le Bosquet you are welcome to join in with our current students for a free, no-obligation lesson.
We feel this is the best possible way for you to experience the quality and culture of the school - directly, and with other students.
Just contact us, and we will organise a time convenient to you when there is a class for people at the same level of knowledge as yourself.
One of our classes in written French worked together to produce a newsletter, which we have turned into a Blog. This was a great way for each person to improve their French, while following their own interests, and working together collaboratively.