An official diploma, DALF certifies 2 levels of comprehension and proficiency of French language (C1, and C2). It allows an experienced adult public to enhance their knowledge and skills in French for personal, academic or professional goals.
An official diploma in French
DALF – Diploma in Advanced French Language Studies – is an official diploma issued by the French Ministry of National Education. It certifies the French skills of an experienced adult public.
DALF C1, DALF C2
DALF consists of 2 levels: DALF C1 and DALF C2. At each level, 4 skills are assessed: oral comprehension and oral expression, written comprehension and written expression.
The DALF diplomas as well as DELF diplomas are intended for foreign candidates and French people from a non-French-speaking country who do not have a French public secondary or higher education diploma. DALF and DELF are independent: therefore, the candidates can pass the examination they choose. The DALF reference level is higher than DELF.