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12 Jul 2010

Dublin Alliance Française

The Dublin Alliance Française is the third largest in Europe, after Paris and Brussels, and enrols over 5,000 students each year.

The Alliance offers a very varied mix of courses : general French classes for adults, teenagers, children and toddlers; specialised classes (business, law, tourism, literature, translation, civilisation, cinema etc. ); in-company courses; classes in primary schools and, of course, private tuition. It is also an examination centre offering internationally recognised qualifications. You will find all the information in the Language Centre section.

The aim of the Alliance Française in Dublin is to promote French culture and it is also a place for intercultural exchanges between Irish culture and the cultures of the French-speaking world. The Alliance Française regularly organises exhibitions, concerts, conferences, screenings, book launches, festivals and more. You will find all the information in the Cultural Centre section.

The Alliance Française in Dublin offers the services of a French Médiathèque (Multimedia Library), the largest of its kind in Ireland, with novels, periodicals, CDs and DVDs. More details in the Médiathèque section.

The Alliance Française in Dublin is also home to the Délégation Générale de l’Alliance Française en Irlande (Alliance Française Irish Network). The organisation is particularly active in Ireland, supported as it is by a network of committees based in Cork, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford. More information in the Network section.

The Alliance Française is non-profit organisation and is registered as an Irish Charity. You can support our action and become a member! More information in the Membership section.

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