About us

11 enero 2009




We are located in Calle Gonzalo Bilbao, 24 in the city of Seville, close to the Santa Justa train station. It is very easy to get here by car, bus (32, C1, C2), Underground (Metro, Prado station), bicycle or just walking 🙂

We have spacious rooms, so where we can properly serve our students and the people asking for information about our courses.

All our classrooms are provided with large chairs and tables, so that our students will be as comfortable as possible to learn! They are also equipped with high-quality radio equipments and projectors to watch documents, videos or show the methods that we use directly in the blackboard.



Our native speaker teachers, graduated from French universities in Master FLE (French as foreign language) are highly experienced in both teaching small groups and companies. They also update every year their practice and new technology.

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Our teachers are accredited DELF examiners and evaluators, who also train official evaluators and create contents for the DELF Junior. This is the reason why we hold the exam pass rate of 100% in official exams. Furthermore, they also train FLE teacher trainers.


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Our courses are designed to prepare you for the DELF A1, A2, B1 and B2, as well as for the DALF C1 and C2 on the scale of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
In the Instituto Cultural Francés, there are also business and tourism French courses. We also train teachers from the Consejería de la Educación de la Junta de Andalucía y Extremadura, an Spanish institution that refers to the Department of Education of the regional government of Andalusia and Extremadura.

A1 y A2 de Febrero a Junio de 2016Here, you can observe the different courses offered by the Instituto Cultural francés in Seville, from A1 level to C2 level.


The Instituto Cultural francés is an official center in which DELF Prim, Pro, Junior and Scolaire exams are held and prepare students for the DELF A1, A2, B1, B2 and the DALF C1 and C2 exams. These are the only international certificates delivered by the Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale, the French Ministry of Education, and are recognized in more than 174 countries. Besides, these certificates have not an expiration date. These are the only international French certificates and can certify your level of French in any part of the world.

In 2015, our teaching team evaluated 1484 candidates throughout Andalusia! Regarding the DELF and DALF, relación al DELF DALF, we know what we are talking about 🙂

The French courses of the Instituto Cultural Francés offers Free-Choice Credits to the students of the University of Pablo de Olavide.


-Professionals who need to speak French in order to promote themselves or find a job.

-Young people who are already studying to speak French, Erasmus scholarship holders.

-Workers from private companies, and public companies, who need take specialized French courses with the aim to develop their professional activity in French-speaker countries and promote themselves in the company.

-Children between 4 and 11 years of age and teenargers between 12 and 16 years.

-University staff who need to learn their speciality in French.

-Children between 4 and 11 years of age and teenargers between 12 and 16 years.

-Teacher’s centers (CEP and CPR) from Spanish regional communities.

Hundreds of people decide to learn French in the Instituto Cultural Francés every year because, here, they find good professionals, answers to their cultural concerns, a solid preparation for the official DELF and DALF exams, and a convivial atmosphere  within and outside de classrooms which make easier for them to communicate and learning.

France is the Spain’s leading customer, and the leading supplier of Spain

The exchanges that are made between French and Spanish reflect the interdependence of both economies: France is the first trading partner of Spain with exchanges that represent more than 50,000 million euros per year, the second largest supplier to Spain (with a 11 % of the Spanish imports) and its leading customer (with the 17.9 % of the Spanish exports).

In addition to this close commercial relationship, it is necessary to stress the constant cross investments: France is the first investor in Spain with more than 1,800 subsidiaries that lead to more than 285,000 new jobs, particularly in the automobile sectors, the large-scale retail trade, the agro-food technology and telecommunications. Tourism is an important component in the balance of bilateral exchanges.

The importance of economic exchanges between France, Belgium, Morocco, Algiers, Tunisia and Andalusia make the French language essential in the world of work. Nowadays, the economic ties that bind Spain and Morocco, a French-speaking country, make French a fundamental business language.
Furthermore, from the perspective of international cooperation, French is the working language of , a great part of the bodies hosting displaced populations.

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