Antipodeans launch the 2016 Language Immersion program

Published on September 22, 2015
  • Meet new people

    Meet new people

  • Have fun!

    Have fun!

  • Visit France

    Visit France

  • Make friends and learn French

    Make friends and learn French

Antipodeans launch the 2016 Language Immersion program

Antipodeans are launching their 2016 Language Immersion program for students and parents on Tuesday 3 November 2015. 

This event will include essential information about Antipodeans specialised French program that differs from other language exchange programs by providing students with a specially matched host family, Australian chaperone and a range of cultural group excursions included as part of their 5 and 7 week programs.

Antipodeans Key Differences:

• Host families matched to you! Your host family will have a host brother or sister the same age as you - and with similar interests. You will go to school with them!

• Never feel isolated or alone. Home-stay with a local family but live within one city where other Australian Antipodeans students are also being hosted.

• Australian chaperone accompanied. A dedicated Australian Chaperone looks after you for the duration of the program, 24-hours a day! They live in the same city as you.

• Travel & weekend sightseeing excursions. Join the other Antipodeans students based in your town on excursions to see major sites and tourist spots. Excursions are led by your Chaperone. 

Register for 2016 Program Launch Event
7.00pm, Tuesday 3 November 2015
Level 3 / 182 Blues Point Road 
McMahons Point NSW 2060

Students & parents need to register online at:

Find out more!

For further information please contact Juliette Herault via email or phone. Email: (02) 9413 1522

‘’What an amazing experience it was to go to France! Thank you so much for all the help in finding the best family for me, answering all the questions and making me feel that I was in safe hands. It was such a great way to improve French, visit Paris and to see all the famous sites!’’ G. Melocco – St Vincent’s College

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