DELF (Diplôme élémentaire de langue française) and DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) are organized and delivered by the French Ministry of Education. These diplomas assessing your level in French language are internationally recognized and have lifetime validity.
Alliance Française is the only official centre for the international exams and tests offered by the French Ministry of Education.
Who can take the exam?
Anybody can take any of the 6 exams testing 6 different levels according to their level of proficiency. You do not have to take the exams in a chronological way. You can take as many exams as you want in one session.
This is an overview of what is commonly accepted:
There are 2 sessions per year.
Session I at Alliance française: 18-26 May 2017
Registration for Session I: 18 February – 11 March 2017 @ Alliance Française reception desk
Session II at Alliance Française: 16 – 24 November 2017
Registration for Session II: 19 August – 09 September 2017 @ Alliance Française reception desk
For a complete overview of all exams calendar, click here
DELF exams exist in Adult, Junior (13 to 17 years old) and Prim (8 to 12 years old) versions. DALF exists only in Adult version.
Junior version offers from A1 to B2. Prim version offers from A1 to A2 and a unique discovery sublevel A1.1 (after approximately 60h) to encourage young learners.
Please note that Alliance Française do offer special preparation DELF/DALF exam courses conducted by certified DELF/DALF training teachers. More information on the DELF classes here and on the DALF classes here.
For more information on DELF/DALF exams, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6833 9310
Please note that to replace/ reproduce any of international examination certificate,
a fee of $65.00 will apply.