Learning another language today isn't an impossible task any longer. Anyone can study and learn French anytime and anywhere they want. What it takes here though is genuine dedication to learn the language no matter how confusing and sometimes, difficult it could get.
For beginners, you could learn straight from home. Don't worry about not having a live person teaching in front of you the French language word by word. You can rely on learning directly from online language sites. You can look for reliable websites on the net which offers native French speakers as teachers. This is great for starters and even those that don't have any idea about the French language since your teacher can guide you properly. The procedure is simple. All you need to have is a personal computer at home, a reliable internet connection at home, a free telephone software system installed on your computer, headset and a webcam (for both of you) and you're ready to go.
Depending on your French background, you can take extended courses at home as well. Your tuition though will vary according to the level of French studies you have done so far. Take note that in taking separate courses, slightly higher tuition fees is at hand. Expect to receive a summary of the French grammar and audio materials for vocabulary.
If you're not planning any summer getaway, you can enroll for a French course which could last for about a week. Check on your local universities that could possibly offer this option. It's going to be a short course because it serves as a review for those who have already studied the French language. This is perfect for people who want to refresh what they already know about speaking French.
Choosing distance learning, no matter where you are located or where you'll be taking it is a good choice though it requires your dedication. You can enjoy studying alone though be sure you keep track of your time in taking the courses. Study French below three years.