VCE French Immersion Weekend 2017
Approx $303.55 USD
Yes, we are still accepting late registrations,
don't miss out!
IMPORTANT: To finalise your enrolment, you must pay online or over the phone and fill in the registration form (parental permission form and assessment).
Click here to download the registration form (PDF document) and send it back by e-mail to Marion Nouvel: email@example.com.
The best VCE French exam preparation camp in Victoria! A whole weekend at Portsea Camp in total immersion with a young and dynamic team of qualified French tutors. Excellent for VCE Units 3&4 students who would like to get more familiar with the final examination and know what to expect on D-day while having fun at the beach! Please note that the weekend is aimed mainly at students studying VCE Units 3&4, but also open to VCE Units 1&2 students willing to challenge themselves.
Location: The Portsea Camp, 3704 Point Nepean Rd, Portsea 3944
Date: 26-28 May 2017
Transport: Transport by coach from the Alliance Française de Melbourne and back. Departure at 4.30pm on Friday 26 May. Return at the Alliance Française on Sunday 28 May at approximately 4.00pm. Please ensure that you arrive at the Alliance in St Kilda by 4.00pm at the latest on the day of departure.
Attendance: Please note that there is a limited number of available spots, so be sure to book early.
Cost: $408 / $388 for AFM members and students. All inclusive (food, accommodation, transport, language workshops and activities).
Conditions: There will be no refund when cancelling after 12 May 2017, 5pm. Application for a refund must be made in writing to Marion Nouvel: firstname.lastname@example.org. If a student is entitled to a refund, a $50 processing fee will apply.
Subsidies: The Languages Unit of the Department of Education and Training will provide a full subsidy of $408 for up to 20 participating students from government schools. Download the information notice and the application form. Applications close May 05.Note: if applying for the DET subsidy, please only fill in the subsidy application form; do not fill in the regular registration form available at the top of the page.
For more details about the VCE French examinations, visit the website of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. The VCAA is the reference website to for all current information about VCE French, the learning outcomes, and the exam format. Try the sample papers and check what you need to focus on in the next few months. Need help to prepare for the VCE French examination? Check out what we offer: private tutors, exam preparation immersion days/camp, group classes... there is something for everyone!