Abstract : In a globalised context, teaching/learning of French for Specific Purposes (FSP) is a key factor which benefits inter-university and professional exchanges. However FSP faces difficulties that prevent learners to fulfill the anticipated objectives of the relevant education courses. That implies the necessity to make a profound analysis aiming to provide a better knowledge of that FLE (Français Langue Etrangère) branch. After a methodological and historical review of FSP, we present the profile of the groups which participate in those courses, emphasizing on their diversity, needs, expected and sought abilities, etc. We also underline the steps to be taken in order to elaborate FSP courses. For the purpose of ameliorating the efficiency and the effectiveness of training and learning, we attempt a collaborative distant approach, related to the significant contributions that internet could bring with regard to the quality of FSP training. Undertaking a research action, the creation of a website, entirely dedicated to FSP, FOS.COM (www.le-fos.com) and the analysis of the e-learning practices, developed through the introduction of an education corner, allow to reveal the commitment of all the involved parties as well as the positive potential of such education courses.