The DELF and DALF consist of 6 independent diplomas, which follow the requirements established by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
These diplomas are internationally recognised and they officially evaluate your French skills, not only on an academic level, but also on a professional one.
There are over 1000 DELF/DALF examination centres around the world, distributed amongst 173 countries.
They will fit your curriculum perfectly because these certifications are increasingly recognised amongst administrations, businesses and educational institutions.
The DELF/DALF diplomas are recognised by CRUE (Conferencia de Rectores de las Universidades Españolas).
The certifications are valid for life.
The diplomas and their respective levels are independent. Therefore, the person can enrol in a diploma that corresponds with his/her French level.
All DELF diplomas (for all ages, junior, school, primary and professional option) have the same validity and advantages.
In order to pass the exam, the user must achieve at least, a 50% of the required score. A higher score in one of the skill tests, can compensate for another skill test, in which the score has been lower. If the user scores lower than 5/25 points in any of the skill tests, he/she will automatically fail.
The DELF and DALF are international certificates that are benefited by the recognition of all their diplomas by the Ministry of National Education of France.
There is no limit in the maximum number of enrolments for the obtainment of the qualification.
The diplomas are available for all candidates between 2 and 3 months after the exam has been completed. The candidates can also ask for a provisional diploma.
The obtained scores of the tests are expressed in detail (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and they include the certificate.