We offer the internationally recognized DELF and DALF examinations which test your level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. These accreditations are an important asset when proving your French language skills to international schools, workplaces or governments.
Basic user: DELF A1 & DELF A2
Independent user: DELF B1 & DELF B2
Proficient user: DALF C1 & DALF C2
You can assess your level online (for reference only): take the CNED test.
Examination date: Saturday, October 28.
Enrolment: Monday, September 11 – Friday, October 13
DELF PRIMARY AND DELF JUNIOR
DELF PRIM (8 to 12 years old)
There are 3 different levels, A1.1 (very elementary), A1 & A2.
The level requirements for the DELF Prim are exactly the same as those for the DELF “adults” or “Junior”. The difference lies in the choice of topics.
DELF JUNIOR OR SCOLAIRE (13 to 17 years old)
There are 4 different levels A1, A2, B1 & B2.
The level requirements of the DELF Junior are exactly the same as those for the DELF “adults”. The difference lies in the choice of topics.
For more information about the DELF Prim and Junior, please visit http://www.ciep.fr/en/delfdalf/index.php
Session 2 DELF Prim/ Junior Exam Date: Saturday, November 11th
|DELF JUNIOR A1-A2||$95|
|DELF JUNIOR B1-B2||$115|
Download the DELF Application Form 2017, complete (editable pdf) and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do DELF and DALF stand for? DELF: Diplôme d’études en langue française DALF: Diplôme approfondi de langue française