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Culturethèque E-library

France Alumni Singapore is thrilled to present Culturethèque, the official digital library of the Institut Français of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Members of France Alumni Singapore can now enjoy this free online library!

What is culturethèque?

It offers to France Alumni Singapore members free access to thousands of documents.

From any computer, tablet or smartphone, access the latest editions of your favourite magazines/newspapers. You will find: Le Figaro, Les échos, L'équipe, Première, Grazia, Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitain, National Geographic... and much more! 

Available resources at a glance:



  • Daily newspapers and magazines

  • 1226 ebooks which can be downloaded and viewed offline

  • 200 Comic books – Blake et Mortimer, Boule & Bill, Lucky Luke, Michel Vaillant, Spirou et Fantasio, and many more !


  • Universcience: More than 450 new videos online every week!

  • Documentaries from France Television: C’est pas Sorcier, Il était une fois… l’homme, Envoyé Spécial.

  • Cité de la Musique - Around 300 video concerts with interviews with the artists and coverage on the artistic events



Books – Audio Books – Games to help you improve your fluency in French Language!

And many other other self-learning tools can be found online!

The easy-to-use E-Library also offers wide and comprehensive resources for our French students, according to their level (from A1 to C2), to help them in the learning process.

How to use culturethèque?

Access to Culturethèque is free for all France Alumni Singapore members.

Register online to access the biggest French e-library:


Upon successful registration, you will be given a three-week trial period which will be extended to one year. Thereafter, please contact your France Alumni representative to extend your subscription.

Not yet a member? Join France Alumni Singapore today and enjoy a lot of benefits.


Please watch the CULTURETHEQUE introductory video HERE


Bonne lecture !