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NRCSA Center: Regency - Monte Carlo, Monaco  


About The NRCSA Center

The NRCSA Center in Monte Carlo has been teaching French for over 30 years, and offers a wide range of courses. Classes can be arranged for students at almost any time during the week (weekends, lunchtime,etc.) enabling students to each the country. The teaching methodology utilizes a combination of vocabulary, grammar, listening and speaking in a relaxed atmosphere to foster improved communication.

All teachers are native speakers and are and always available to listen to the students. Most of the staff has been with the school since the beginning in 1985. All teachers are native French speakers, hold a university level degree, and have completed intensive in-house training prior to joining the practicing faculty.

Those who have placed their trust in the center include IBM, Single Buoy Moorings, BNP, Paribas, Barclays Bank, Banque de Rothschild, Citibank, Lyonnaise de banque, Lloyds Bank, Sudameris, Bureau Veritas, ASSEDIC, SMEG Martini & Rossi, Merril Lynch, Bulgari, Abela Hôtel, RMC, John Taylor, Musée Océanographique, Banca Commerciale Italiana, Chase Manhattan, Société des Bains de Mer, Eaton, Finas, Innoge, Fiat, Campari, etc.


About Monte Carlo

Small as it is, Monaco is divided into six distinct neighborhoods: Fontvieille, a modern area partially built on reclaimed land; Monaco-Ville, the oldest and most picturesque neighborhood, where the palace is; Moneghetti, a conclave of tall apartment buildings in the upper reaches of Monaco with fabulous views,; La Condamine, the area that surrounds the Port of Monaco; Monte-Carlo, where the casinos and top hotels are located; and Larvotto, a peninsula where the beaches and sporting clubs are found.

Visitors will find that Monaco's museums display a quirky mix of historical interpretation and family bragging, scientific exhibition and personal collections. Several of its streets, gardens and buildings bear the names of related rulers, past and present.

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