Founded in 1943 the Alliance Française of Canberra is one of 950 Alliances in more than 138 countries throughout the world. This network guarantees a totally reliable and professional approach. Last year, over 850 students chose to study French with us in Canberra.
An International Cultural Network
The Alliance Française was created in 1883 by intellectuals and scientists such as Louis Pasteur, Jules Verne and Ferdinand de Lesseps. The international network of Alliances Françaises currently consists of 950 committees established in 138 countries. The quality of instruction adapted to different publics and the ability to welcome all nationalities enables the Alliances Françaises to support and develop the teaching of French throughout the world to more than 450 000 students every year.
A not-for-profit organisation
The Alliances Françaises are not profit making societies registered with local authorities.They are admnistered by Committees composed of people from the economic, business and cultural spheres. Its statutes are recognised by the Fondation Alliance Française.
Education of Exceptional Quality
The Alliances Françaises offer courses for adults, adolescents and children. The Alliances’ teachers have university qualifications, specialising in teaching French as a foreign language. Many Alliances Françaises are examination centres for the DELF (Diplôme Elémentaire de Langue Française) and the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française). Courses at the Alliances Françaises cover vocabulary, grammar and more in the standard French language. The courses go from a beginner to an advanced level. The Alliances Françaises offer a wide range of courses and workshops such as French for travellers, breakfast or conversation classes.
An Organisation Proudly Supporting Cultural Projects
The Alliance Française favours and supports tours by artists around the world; with the aim of developing links and exchanges between different cultures. With the support of the Institut Français and the French Embassy, the Alliance Française organises cultural projects in all of the countries where it is present. Many Alliances Françaises are also art galleries, where both French and other artists can exhibit. In each country where it is present, the Alliance Française takes special interest in supporting local artists.
The Alliance Française in Australia
The first Alliance Française in Australia was founded in Melbourne in 1890. The Alliance Française network in Australia is made up of 31 individual branches.
Join the ANU French Follective Members for a Wine and Cheese Night
$5 For ANU and Alliance française members at the door
$10 non members at the door
18+ only, photo ID at the door
Come to share a conversation only in French with a native speaker.
This event doesn' t require you to speak fast but every 15 min the French native will change table.
Sit and chat...
Supercondriaque with Dany Boon & Kad Merad
French movie -w- English Sub
Alliance Française Building Fund present a live performance of Trad Jazz : New Orleans to Paris @King O'Malleys
Share your experiences with us with " Il faut beaucoup aimer les hommes'' de Marie Darrieussecq.