An official diploma, DELF certifies 4 levels of French language comprehension and proficiency (A1, A2, B1, B2). It allows the student to improve his/her knowledge and skills in French for personal, school, academic or professional goals.
An official diploma in French
DELF – Diploma in French Language Studies – is an official diploma issued by the French Ministry of National Education. It certifies the French skills for personal, school, academic or professional purposes.
DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1, DELF B2
DELF consists of 4 levels: DELF A1 and DELF A2 (elementary user), DELF B1 and DELF B2 (independent user). At each level, 4 skills are assessed: oral comprehension and oral expression, written comprehension and written expression.
Junior DELF was designed for teenagers 11 to 18 years of age Identical to the DELF intended for all public, it only differs by its topics which take into account the interests of the young public.
The DELF diplomas as well as DALF diplomas are intended for foreign candidates and French people originating in a non-French speaking country who do not have a French public secondary or higher education diploma. DELF and DALF are independent: therefore, the candidates can pass the examination they choose.