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Learning French in Morocco - also ONLINE!

You can learn French in Morocco, which is usually cheaper than in France, even for one-on-one lessons, while teachers have the same qualifications as in France. You also find yourself in an exciting travel destination! Come and learn French in Tangier under the sun of Morocco! We arrange one-on-one French language lessons in Tangier.

Reasons, why you should learn French in Morocco:

  • The costs for having a one-to-one tutor who can totally adjust her lessons to your level of language and needs, are much lower than in France
  • Also the costs for accommodation and living expenses are much lower than in France
  • The quality of the lessons is the same as in France, as the teachers have the required qualification
  • You can have a qualified FLE (Français langue étrangère) teacher to prepare you for exams such as TCF, DELF and DALF
  • In Tangier, there is an official "Institut Français" where you can use the library to lend books. There are further libraries with books and media in French language
  • To learn French under the sun of Tangier is fun! In Morocco, many people speak French and you can put into practice what you have learned
  • During the whole year, there are cultural events in French language, such as theater performances, film presentations, book presentations, talks etc.
  • Morocco is an exciting travel destination!

One-on-one French Lessons

Our French language teacher Khadija teaches beginner's and intermediate level of French. She can also focus on conversation. Classes are usually held at her private apartment, where one room is equipped as a teaching room, but also at public places such as on the market, shops, museums etc, where you can apply your French language skills. Sometimes her husband is supporting her with French language classes. Khadija introduces herself in our video about Tangier.
For French language lessons with a focus on Business French, Technical French, and preparation for DALF, we cooperate with a teacher who also teaches at the Institut Français.
All classes are one-to-one tutoring with your personal teacher. Only when 2-3 people book together (who have a similar level of French), small groups can be formed. This makes it possible for the teacher to totally adjust her teaching to your skills and needs.
You may choose the intensity of the course. You book a certain number of hours and tell us in what duration you want to complete this. Part time would be approximately 10 hours per week, and 20 hours per week if intensive. The exact timings, you discuss with the teacher at the beginning of working out a schedule.
The teachers also speak English in addition to French.
Info Box

Location: Tangier, Morocco
Availability: All year
Minimum Hours: 20 Hours
Maximum Duration: 1 Week
Language Requirements:
Shared Accommodation

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French lessons (for internships/volunteering program participants)

Standard Lessons:
20 Hours: 360 EUR

any further 20 hours +18 EUR

The price per person remains the same for one or more students.

French lessons (for participants who only take language lessons) - ALSO ONLINE

Standard Lessons:
20 Hours: 390 EUR

any further hours +18 EUR
The price per person remains the same for one or more students.
Optional Accommodation:
Room in private apartment in the city center of Tangier, which you share with other participants; including water, electricity, wireless internet and cleaning lady every 14 days. Transfers on arrival and departure from/to Tangier airport or seaport and extensive information PDF about staying in Tangier.
First Week:
1 Person - 180 €
2 Persons (in Double Room) - 280 €
Each additional week:
1 Person - 130 €
2 Persons - 180 €

Accommodation in Tangier



Shared Accommodation in Tangier:

In Tangier, we can make use of two appartments which are shared by our participants. The apartments are located in modern buildings in the city centre of Tangier. All popular sites of the city, the medina, the kasbah, shops, restaurants and the locations of many volunteering/internship organizations are easily reachable by foot or using inexpensive small taxis.
The buildings are located in areas of upper income levels. We have choosen these locations, as they are the only parts of Tangier where even at night it is relatively safe to be on the streets, and also as the people staying in these areas are the only ones understanding the concept of "shared apartments", where several young people, even of mixed gender, are staying together in one apartment. In other, more traditional and conservative areas of the city, we would face serious problems with the neighbours, if unmarried young people share one apartment.
Each of the two apartment has 4 rooms; some rooms have two beds if you want to share. Kitchen, bathroom and living room have to be shared. The apartments are of high construction quality, have modern bathrooms, and functional furniture. Both apartments have wireless internet.

Other Projects That Might Interest You:

These projects are suggestions for alternatives that may interest you or those that could be chosen as COMBINATIONS. The combination of projects in different organizations is often possible and usually cheaper than two individual bookings. Please contact us to know more! Check out our other listings in the areas of "World Learner" and "Active Travel" at your travel destination to make your stay even more interesting.

French and Arabic/Darija Lessons in Tangier!

ZhorIt is always helpful to know the languages ​​of a country. We offer language classes in Tangier with a teacher who can address your specific knowledge. You can determine the intensity of teaching; we recommend a maximum of 10 hours per week. 2-3 participants who have the same level of knowledge can also take lessons together; the price per person does not change according to number of participants.
See the price and options in: French | Arabic/Darija
In the registration form, check "Language Training Required" and specify the required number of hours (minimum 20 hours).

Travel Health Insurance

We recommend the following travel insurance that is meant specifically for participants of internships, volunteering, language study, working holiday, and courses abroad. It is available for travelers of all nationalities and usable for all countries, except your home country. You can also add a journey liability insurance.
Just click on the link, fill in the form and you will get a confirmation email.

See our video about Tangier!

The volunteers Muriel and Wiebke show some aspects of Tangier in this video; please notice also a short feature on La Creche and Dragon Tangier youth club. The language teachers Zhor and Khadija are also featured and we see an apartment in the city center of Tangier, for participants to share.


Tangier, an attractive location on the Mediterranean coast with views of southern Spain, until 1956 was an "international city" that belonged to no country, but was managed by the French, the Spanish, the British and the Italians. Due to the special legal and tax status for those settled here, the city is not only home to numerous millionaires from around the world who built opulent mansions and buildings on the 7 hills of the city which still stand today, but was also a center of international espionage - two James Bond films are playing in Tangier. The international flair also attracted well-known international writers who helped the city become a cultural melting pot.
The English word "Tangerine" by the way is derived from the name of this city.
Tangier offers an interesting combination of the Arab-Islamic world - which you will get to see in the old town, in the everyday life of the conservative the Islamic middle class and of course, during your volunteer and internship activities - and European life, because many Europeans (mainly Spanish and French) live in Tangier.
Social problems, in the areas where volunteers and interns may work, include lack of care for marginalized groups of society, the problem of unmarried mothers and their illegitimate children, which is denounced by the traditional Islamic society, immigration from Africa to Europe and, increasingly, street children through the decline of family structures.

Coordinator in Tangier

Our coordinators in Morocco are Souad and her daughter Yasmine.

Activities in Tangier

Around Tangier there are numerous sandy beaches, both in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean. Here you can not only swim, but also enjoy beautiful sunsets and eat fresh fish.
On the breezy hills around Tangier, there are numerous scenic spots. A day trip can include the picturesque town of Chefchaoen in the Rif Mountains, the historic town of Asilah and the "Caves of Hercules".
Multi-day trips include visits to the imperial cities of Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Marrakech, centers of Islamic art and culture, as well as a trip to the Sahara to the south of the country.
Tangier has a lively nightlife. Along the beach promenade and in the city, there are many restaurants with live music and discos that are filled until the wee hours on weekends. In addition, there are regular cultural events such as the Tanjazz Festival in June each year, the Tanja Latina Festival of Latin American music or Mediterranée Music Festival in July.

Getting To Tangier

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Book your flights to Tangier (TNG). Several budget airlines such as Ryanair, Easyjet, Jet4you, Air Berlin, German Wings and TUIfly fly there. Tip: You sometimes get cheaper flights from nearby Airports in neighboring European countries such as Brussels, Paris and Milan. Often the combination of train ticket from there is the cheapest option. You can also fly to Casablanca or Fez, from where you can go by bus or train to Tangier. Those who want to tour Andalusia can also fly to Malaga, Seville and Jerez and from there, take a bus to Algeciras and then, the ferry to Tangier. We can give you details of all these forms of arrival. In Tangier, we will pick you up at the airport, seaport (Tanger Ville) or train/bus station and take you to your accommodation.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Are there fixed start dates for the project, which I must adhere to?
No, you can arrive at any date and you can hence, plan your trip according to your availability and the prices of flights. We can pick you up from the airport even at night.
Can I stay longer at my accommodation after my volunteering/internship or arrive earlier?
Yes, this is possible and we will give you our best rates. Just let us know when you arrive and leave and we will let you know the costs.
During my stay, can I travel around the country?
Of course you can travel around, almost all of our participants do so. When it comes to traveling to more distant locations (e.g. the Sahara), you can not do that over one weekend; we recommend you do this before or after your internship/volunteer work or during holiday periods (e.g. Eid-Al-Fitr) so that you do not miss days in your project.
Is it safe to travel in Morocco alone as a single female traveller?
No problem, if you follow some simple precautions, such as in relation to clothing style, dealing with local men or places that should be avoided at night, all of which we will advise you.
Will I be the only volunteer/intern in the project or in Tangier?
The total number of participants that participate simultaneously with an organization depends on the size and activity of the organization and responsibilities of volunteers/interns. We try to avoid too many volunteers/interns in an organization at the same time. It may be that you are alone in your work site, but usually there are, throughout the year, other participants in Tangier, who you can meet in your spare time, if you desire so.
What vaccinations do I need?
Our Info - PDF that you get as a participant, gives detailed information on health care. Also refer to Recommended Vaccinations
Where will I live?
In Tangier, you live in an apartment with other participants. The apartments are of good standards. You can find details in the tab "Accommodation".
Does my accommodation have internet facilities?
Yes, there is wifi internet at no extra cost .
How can I do my laundry?
There are washing machines in the apartments.
Can I cook in the accommodation?
Yes, there is a kitchen in the apartments.
I am a vegetarian. Can I get vegetarian food?
Yes, this is possible.
What language skills do I need?
For most projects, basic French is expected. Good knowledge of French is required for some projects, while for some others, knowledge of English is sufficient. In the north of Morocco, many people have knowledge of Spanish. The demands on your language skills are given in the info-boxes of the respective projects. You can use language teaching to improve your language skills on site. Helpful in any case, is a basic knowledge of Darija, the Moroccan dialect of Arabic.

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