À propos du LFIR

LE LYCEE FRANÇAIS INTERNATIONAL DE RANGOUN

Le LFIR – Lycée Français International de Rangoun est un établissement d'excellence français à but non-lucratif. En tant que membre de l'AEFE ("Agence pour l'Enseignement Français à l'Étranger"), l'école est homologuée par le Ministère de l'Éducation Nationale et fait partie d'un réseau de 566 écoles internationales françaises implantées dans 138 pays. Le LFIR suit le programme français, adapté à son environnement international.

Pour la rentrée 2023-2024, le LFIR accepte les élèves de la Toute Petite Section (2 ans) à la 6ème (11-12 ans). Les classes suivantes réouvriront au fur et à mesure.

The LFIR provides a welcoming, joyful and caring environment for children, as well as attentive care and personalised support thanks to the dedication of the LFIR team. It is set in a beautiful, spacious and child-friendly campus in the heart of Yangon, with excellent facilities for classroom activities, arts and sports.

UNE ÉCOLE RÉELLEMENT INTERNATIONALE

The LFIR, thanks to its tradition of openness, is a place of linguistic and cultural exchanges: the school welcomes students of all nationalities, with 18 nationalities currently represented – including 21% of French students, 35% of Myanmar students and 44% of other nationalities. This international environment helps children develop tolerance and openness to different cultures in an inclusive setting for all.

LFIR Students' origins

The French curriculum taught at the school is adapted to this multicultural and multilingual environment. In addition to the excellent academic knowledge and critical thinking that French education is famous for, LFIR students therefore also develop the language and intercultural skills that are essential in today’s world, preparing them for their international future.

After completing their school education at the LFIR, students can attend other AEFE schools or international schools. After high school and once they have obtained their “baccalauréat”, they can apply to French or international Universities ; for those wishing to study at University in France, a variety of scholarships are available via Campus France and AEFE. More information  is available here.

NOTRE HISTOIRE

"L'école française" est créée en 1993 par le groupe Total afin de scolariser les enfants de ses salariés français. 

Elle devient « l'école Joseph Kessel » en 2011, puis le « LFIR Lycée Français International de Rangoun – Joseph Kessel » en 2016 lorsqu'elle rejoint le réseau AEFE, accueillant alors les enfants de la maternelle au baccalauréat.

JOSEPH KESSEL ET LE LION DU LFIR

A renowned French reporter, adventurer, Second World War resistance fighter and writer, Joseph Kessel travelled to Burma in 1955 to explore Mogok, which inspired his book “The Valley of the Rubies”, a journal and adventure novel on this forgotten city. He is also the author of a book which chronicles the friendship between a lion and a girl named Patricia, which is called… “The lion”.  The school logo pays tribute to the work of this historic figure.

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