PRICE LIST, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PRICES ARE VALID FROM 1.1.2017 TO 31.12.2017
|Weekly courses||Full course (22,5 hours)
28.08.17 – 22.12.17
|Half course (12 hours)
23.10.17 – 22.12.17
|Intensive courses||9 h||155 €|
|Bon appétit !||9 h||120 €|
|Café, croissant and French news||12 h||192€|
|Apéro and French news||8h||148€|
|History of Art||8 h||160€|
|History of Europe and France||8h||160€|
|Private courses||1 hour
1 200 €
|Mini-groups (5 Hours minimum)||4 persons
|20€ / hour
27 € / hour
40 €/ hour
|Courses for companies/institutions||1 hour
1 140 €
1 480 €
|Preparation for DELF B2||8 hours||232 €|
|Moncoursenligne.com||60 hours (12h or 16h by Skype)||500 € (12 h) or 700€ (16 h)|
Travel costs for courses outside the Institute: 5 € / hour in Helsinki; 10 € / hour outside Helsinki. Textbooks not included.
|Saturdays||Full course: 12 hours||195 €|
|Half course: 6 hours (28.10 – 16.12.2017)||100 €|
|Intensive/Holidays 7-12 y/o.||30 hours||275 €|
|Prepare the new school year||15 hours||210 €|
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF LINGUISTIC SERVICES OFFERED BY INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE FINLANDE
These General Terms and Conditions apply to the services offered by the French Institute of Finland and purchased by the Client (Student). By signing the enrollment form the French Institute of Finland or by accepting/ticking the conditions on the website Extranet of the French Institute of Finland, the Client accepts these General Terms and Conditions.
CLAUSE 1. PURPOSE These General Terms and Conditions set out the obligations imposed on each party as well as the terms and conditions according to which the French Institute of Finland shall provide the Client with the services purchased by the Client.
CLAUSE 2. TERMS OF ENROLLMENTS
2.1 The minimum age for enrollment is 18 years. The parents shall enroll their children under 18 years of age. This clause is also applicable to an enrollment in the media library (la médiathèque) of the French Institute of Finland.
2.2 For group classes : The required level of language proficiency for attending courses is established by the framework of language proficiency of the French Institute of Finland. Two options for evaluation of level of language proficiency are offered to the Client free of charge:
- a) A placement test is possible on the website of the French Institute of Finland. In that case, the Client is committed to follow a course adapted to his/her level.
b) A self-evaluation : The Client can choose his/her level from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CECRL) without taking a language test.
2.3 For individual classes : An oral evaluation is possible by phone or in the French Institute of Finland, it makes it possible to know student’s goals and defining the program.
CLAUSE 3. ENROLLMENT FORMALITIES
3.1 The Client validates his/her enrollment on the website of the French Institute of Finland, https://if-finlande.extranet-aec.com/extranet/, after accepting the General Terms and Conditions. The Client has to create a user account on the website prior to the enrollment.
3.2. The Client can enroll in a course during the indicated enrollment period announced on the website of the French Institute of Finland.
3.3. Any enrollment in a language course gives the right to a media library card free of charge allowing to borrow documents (books, CDs, DVDs etc.) as well as access to Culturethèque during a period of one year.
CLAUSE 4. TERMS OF PAYMENT
4.1. Online enrollment generates automatically an invoice that is send to the e-mail address provided by the Client.
4.2. The payment has to be made at the latest within 7 days following the sending of the order. If a request is properly justified, the French Institute of Finland can allow the Client to pay the invoice in 2 parts during a period that cannot exceed 3 months. In any case, the Client is committed to pay the full amount of the invoice. If the Client does not fully attend the course, no compensation neither discounts for the price will be given.
CLAUSE 5. TERMS OF OPENING OF COURSES
5.1 The opening of courses is subordinated to a sufficient number of participants the French Institute of Finland reserves the right not to open a course in case of insufficient number of participants or for any other compelling reason.
5.2 The French Institute of Finland shall notify the enrolled Clients 3 days before the beginning of the course in case of closure of the course.
CLAUDE 6. DAYS OFF
Should a holiday occur during a course, it will take place subsequently.
CLAUSE 7. TERMS OF CANCELLATION
7.1 Cancellation by the Client
Cancellation before the beginning of the course – The cancellation can be made free of charge latest 7 days before the beginning of the course. – If the cancellation is made later than 7 days before the beginning of the course, the Client has to pay a cancellation fee of 30 €.
Cancellation after the beginning of the course – Once the course has started, the full course fee is charged, unless the cancellation is due to a compelling and legitimate reason justified by the Client in written (accident, disease, death).
7.2 Cancellation and postponement by the French Institute of Finland – If the course cannot be provided, the
French Institute of Finland shall propose to enrolled Clients either alternative dates, either a possibility to participate to a similar course or a refund of the paid sums. In the case of a refund, the Client shall fill in a form accompanied by a bank document justifying the bank account information.
CLAUSE 8. INSURANCE
The French Institute of Finland is not responsible for any loss, theft or damage of a student´s personal belongings in the premises of the French Institute of Finland or in any other premises where the courses are provided.
CLAUSE 9. DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
These General Conditions and terms are governed by and construed in accordance with Finnish law. The District Court of Helsinki (Helsingin käräjäoikeus) shall have jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of, or related to, the interpretation or performance of any provision contained in the present agreement. These General Terms and Conditions are drawn up in French, in Finnish and in English. The French version shall prevail in any event.