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13 Nov

Elfe sets in Geneva

Created in 1984 in Paris, the school is now developing its international ambition by setting up in Geneva.

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27 Jul

The Collège de Paris moves to La Défense

By the end of the year, the Collège de Paris will open a campus in the Arche de La Défense. The four schools involved in this move – Ascencia Business School, l’Ecole Conte, Digital College et Ascencia Sport – will be gathered in a connected campus of 2,800 m².

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25 Apr

Chocolate workshop for Elfe students

As part of their Ms Luxury Food and Wine Management, our students participated in a day of excursion around the chocolate.

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30 Mar

Finally a visa to learn French in France!

It is now possible for foreign students to obtain a visa to study French in France without necessarily having a study project at the end of their FLE course.

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15 Mar

The Afghan Ministry of Higher Education in Paris

The Collège de Paris had the privilege of organizing a study trip for the delegation of the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education on the following theme: evaluation and improvement of Master’s degrees.

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15 Mar

Elfe presents its new website!

The site of the School of French as a Foreign Language of the College of Paris gets a new look! This is the third site redesign of the Collège de Paris in less than a year, after Ascencia Business School and l’Ecole Conte.

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15 Mar

Cannelle Berndt, former student in Ms Gastronomy and Oenology

After two years of studying at the Collège de Paris in bac + 4 and bac + 5 in the Ms Luxury Food and Wine Management, Cannelle Berndt has entered the active life with brilliance.

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23 Jan

Portrait: an Elfe student shares his experience

Christophe Hess, a German student aged 41 who had two weeks of classes at Elfe, shared his feelings after his course.

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7 Jan

Trip to the Champagne region for the Ms Fine Food and Wine

As part of their studies, students on the Ms Fine Food and Wine Management course were able to go on a two-day study trip to the Champagne region, where they could meet industry professionals.

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