Alliance Française Port Harcourt, Rivers.

20 Herbert Macaulay Street, Amadi Flats, Old GRA, Port Harcourt

Alliance Française Port Harcourt Description

History of Alliance Française Port Harcourt

Alliance Française Port Harcourt was established in 1983.

Built by French Government in 1983.

This is a non-profit French language and cultural centre with a goal to teach French in Port Harcourt, publicize the French culture in Port Harcourt and foster cultural diversity through the promotion of all cultures.

Security/Safety of Alliance Française Port Harcourt

This is a very safe location.

What To Bring

Before heading to Alliance Française Port Harcourt, here are some helpful things to take along with you:

  • An English-to-French Dictionary if you plan on conversing in the French language
  • Your passport and ID Card if your trip is an official one
  • Best Features

    They provide a range of services to promote cultural diversity in Port Harcourt such as organization of cultural events, provision of resources about France and the French speaking community, distance learning to prepare for examinations, and also teach French language. From a few dozens of students, they now teach French Language to more than 1,000 students a year. About 18,000 Nigerian students have been taught French Language since its creation.

    Writer's Review

    It features a resource center with internet access which has all the documents needed for learning outside the classroom. They also organize platforms for rising and upcoming artists and performers to showcase their talents with an aim to stimulate the cultural scene in Port Harcourt.

    Attend public lectures


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    20 Herbert Macaulay Street, Amadi Flats, Old GRA, Port Harcourt

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