Georges

Directeur chez Mission-Langues


« My name is Georges, I am from Nice, a city on the French Riviera. I have been director at Mission-Langues since January 2020. I studied at the Catholic University of Lille and EDHEC business school. I have also worked in Africa in overseas development and I’ve always travelled abroad for work. What I really like at Mission-Langues is meeting a huge range of people, helping them prepare for their missions, and sharing a moment of their Christian life while they are learning French and discovering French culture. All this takes place in a great spirit of benevolence and fraternity which turns every session into a small, supportive family  ».

Claire

Professeure chez Mission-Langues


"My name is Claire, I am from Normandy and I have been teaching at Mission-Langues since May 2014. I have also been the pedagogical coordinator since August 2019. I have a Masters degree in teaching French as a Foreign Language and I have worked in the UK, Belgium and Ecuador. In my work, I appreciate human contact and the family atmosphere here at Mission-Langues. I am interested in travel and drama. I like talking to the students and finding out about their cultures, encouraging them to speak French without fear and to increase their spirit of mutual help. I know a lot about Angers which is a town that I love for its cultural dynamism and the nature all around."

Elise

Professeure chez Mission-Langues


"My name is Elise. I come from a region called Nouvelle-Aquitaine. I have been teaching French here since March 2010 and I am responsible for the pedagogy and teacher CPD (Continuing Professional Development) since January 2021. Alongside my Masters degree in teaching French as a foreign Language I have been a teacher at the Catholic University of Angers and a trainee in a French immersion school in the USA. What I really like about working here is the moments of sharing with the students, when we talk about their culture and their fruitful life experiences. As a musician, I like making them aware of the music of French language and I encourage them to communicate in the language they are learning as much as possible. Angers is the city where I did all my studies. It is a very pleasant city, which is not overwhelming, yet it stills boasts a large amount of attractions."

Clémence

Professeure chez Mission-Langues


"My name is Clémence. I am from a town called Clisson in the west of France. I have been a teacher at Mission-Langues since October 2019 and also help the administrative team. Before coming here, I worked in Canada, Hungary and Switzerland. I love travelling, discovering new cultures and talking with people from other cultures. In getting to know the students, it gives us the impression of having travelled ourselves, which is just great! I appreciate working at Mission-Langues for the joyous and motivating atmosphere and the kind-hearted nature of the place. I like to help the students in their learning process of the French language and culture. I studied my Masters in Angers and so I know the city quite well. I particularly like walking around Angers and, attending cultural events. Angers is well-known for being a lovely city and I do enjoy the « Douceur angevine !"

Julie

Professeure chez Mission-Langues


« My name is Julie. I live in Angers and I am from Vendée, an area in the west of France. I have been at Mission-Langues since April 2012. I have a Masters degree in teaching French as a foreign language and I have worked in Hungary and Poland. In my work, I appreciate human contact and the joyful atmosphere. I have my heart set on helping students to improve their French communication skills thus preparing them for their future mission. The abbey is a very peaceful place. It is the perfect place to study and revitalize ourselves. The students will immediately notice our joint values joy, helping each other and respect.  ».

Sébastien

Professeur chez Mission-Langues


"My name is Sébastien. I was born in Angers. I have worked as a teacher here since April 2017. I have a Masters degree in French as a foreign language and I have taught French since 2004. I worked as a French teacher for 13 years in Asia - more precisely in India, Nepal and China. Beyond my teaching experience, my long stay abroad gave me the chance to realize how hard it can be to live in a country with a language we don’t know. This experience allows me to understand how challenging learning French can be for people who come to Mission-Langues."

Sœur Béatrice

Maîtresse de maison chez Mission-Langues


"My name is Béatrice. I come from Gitaramuka Buraza in Burundi. I joined the Congregation of the Sorelle della Carità di San Vincenzo de Paoli in 2008. I have been here since October 2016 and I am responsible for logistics and in charge of leading the spiritual life of the abbey. I take part in the missionary cooperation of Angers diocese."

Sœur Thérèse

Assistante maîtresse de maison chez Mission-Langues


«My name is Therese and I am from Nyarurambi Butaganzwa in Burundi. I entered the Congregation of the Sorelle della Carità di San Vincenzo de Paoli in 1986. My different missions led me to Italy (during 17 years) and Brazil (for 5 years), before I came here in Mission-Langues in 2020. I help the head of the house in everyday tasks and I help lead the spiritual life at the abbey. ».
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