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FUNAI 2016/2017 French Proficiency Certificate Programme Application Form Out

This is to inform the general public that the 2016/2017 French Proficiency Programme application of the Federal University Of Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo is currently in progress.


Learning a language is more than an intellectual challenge – it is a stimulating and rewarding experience that enriches one’s life. In today’s competitive marketplace, a second international language is a must. This programme is aimed at helping adults learn a foreign language in an interactive and friendly setting, participate in realistic dialogues and conversational activities, and enhance their speaking skills with comprehension activities and written exercises.


Option 1: Evening classes
Monday- Friday: 3pm-5pm    Intensive: 10 weeks    2 hours daily,  10 hours/Week =40 hours/Month x 2 months +2 weeks
Total = 100 hours
Option 2: Weekend classes
Saturdays 9am-2pm    Semi-intensive:  20 weeks    5 hours every Saturday = 20hours/month x 5 months
Total = 100 hours
Level to be attained:  A2.
This level corresponds to the Intermediate level of Common European Framework for languages in the following competencies:    
Compréhension orale, compréhension écrite, expression orale, expression écrite, culture et société.(oral and written comprehension, oral and written expression, culture and Society)

Public / who can register?

• Staff of FUNAI, interested students of FUNAI or other institutions, school leavers, Graduates, Company executives, civil/public servants, security/Military & Para-Military personnel
Admission requirements:
•    Minimum Age : 16years
•    Possess at least 4 ‘O’ Level CREDIT PASSES in WAEC/SSCE/GCE
•    Those not having ‘O’ Level may register, on condition that they show interest

For More Information/How To Apply Download Information In Document Format HERE

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