Delf-Dalf

Certify your standard with the Diploma in French Language Studies (DELF) or the Diploma in Advanced French (DALF)!

The DELF and the DALF are modelled on the CEFR*, as defined by the Council of Europe and enable you to certify your competence in French at a given standard (from A1 to C2). These diplomas are valid indefinitely.

We are an examination centre for the General DELF, the DALF, the DELF Junior and the DELF Prim. Several sessions are organised at our premises each year.



General DELF and DALF

The general DELF and the DALF assess the four following skills: verbal expression, written expression, verbal comprehension and written comprehension. You can choose to sit one or more of the 4 DELF levels or the 2 DALF levels: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1, DELF B2, DALF C1 and DALF C2. For DALF C1 and C2, you need to choose between two options: Science or Literature and Humanities.

Who is it for?
For any person, aged 18 or more, wishing to validate their skills in French for personal or professional reasons.

Duration of examinations
 

A1        
Collective examinations: 1 hour 20 minutes
Oral production: 5 to 7 minutes (preparation: 10 mins.)
A2
Collective examinations: 1 hour 40 minutes
Oral production: 6 to 8 minutes (preparation: 10 mins.)
B1
Collective examinations: 1 hour 45 minutes
Oral production: 15 mins. (preparation : 10 mins.)
B2
Collective examinations: 2 hours 30 minutes
Oral production: 20 mins. (preparation: 30 mins.)
C1
Collective examinations: 4 hours
Oral production: 30 mins. (preparation : 1 hour)
C2
Collective examinations: 3 hours 30 minutes
Oral production: 30 mins. (preparation : 1 hour)

Calendar of sessions 2018

Session
Target level
Date of collective exams
Enrolment
Session 1
A1 19 March from 9 January to 2 February 2018
A2 21 March
B1 20 March
B2 22 March
C1 27 March
C2 29 March
Session 2
A1 11 June from 12 March to 16 April 2018
A2 13 June
B1 12 June
B2 14 June
C1 19 June
C2 21 June
Session 3
A1 3 December from 17 September to 26 October 2018
A2 10 December
B1 4 December
B2 11 December
C1 6 December
C2 13 December

The individual oral examination will take place the same week as the collective examination.
You will receive a notification two weeks before the dates of the collective examinations, at the latest.
You can sit several diplomas in the same session.

When will I receive my diploma?
A certificate of success will be sent to you 2 to 3 months after the examinations, at the latest.

More information on the General DELF examinations
More information on DALF examinations


DELF Junior

The DELF Junior follows the same structure as the General DELF. Only the themes differ: the media involve points of interest to young people. Four diplomas are offered to children and adolescents: DELF Junior A1, DELF Junior A2, DELF Junior B1 and DELF Junior B2.

Who is it for?
For children and adolescents in secondary education.

Duration of examinations
The duration of examinations is identical to that of the General DELF (see above).

Calendar of sessions 2018

Session
Target level
Date of collective exams
Enrolment
Session 1
A1 12 March from 9 January to 2 February 2018
A2 13 March
B1 14 March
B2 15 March
Session 2
A1 14 May from 12 March to 16 April 2018
A2 15 May
B1 16 May
B2 17 May
Session 3
A1 19 November from 17 September to 26 October 2018
A2 21 November
B1 20 November
B2 22 November

The individual oral examination will take place the same week as the collective examination.
You will receive a notification two weeks before the dates of the collective examinations, at the latest.
You can sit several diplomas in the same session.

When will I receive my diploma?
A certificate of success will be sent to you 2 to 3 months after the examinations, at the latest.

More information on the DELF Junior



DELF Prim


The DELF Prim is the first level of the DELF-DALF series. It follows the same structure as the General DELF. Only the themes differ: they are tailored to young students starting to learn French as a foreign language. Three diplomas are available for children: DELF Prim A1.1, DELF Prim A1 and DELF Prim A2.

Who is it for?
For children in primary education.

Duration of examinations

A1.1      
Collective examinations: 45 mins.
Oral production: 15 mins. (no preparation)
A1
Collective examinations: 1 hour 20 minutes
Oral production: 15 mins. (no preparation)
A2
Collective examinations: 1 hour 40 minutes
Oral production: 6 to 8 mins. (no preparation)


Calendar of sessions 2018

Target level
Date of collective exams
Enrolment
A1.1 17 April from 16 January to 2 February 2018
A1 18 April
A2 19 April

The individual oral examination will take place the same week as the collective examination.
You will receive a notification two weeks before the dates of the collective examinations, at the latest.
You can sit several diplomas in the same session.

When will I receive my diploma?
A certificate of success will be sent to you 2 to 3 months after the examinations, at the latest.

More information on the DELF Prim



Tariffs

The tariffs below apply to all DELFs and DALFs. The dispatch of the diploma by recommended letter is included in the price.

DELF A1.1 DELF A1 DELF A2 DELF B1 DELF B2 DALF C1 DALF C2
€97 €99 €104 €114 €130 €165 €189



Enrol!

Do not delay, places for each session are limited!

Option 1 | Enrol online

You can enrol through our online enrolment platform as soon as the enrolment period starts.

ENROL ONLINE

Option 2 | Enrol at reception

You can also enrol directly at the reception of the Alliance Française Bruxelles-Europe. Remember to bring an identity document (identity card or passport).

General Sales Conditions for the DELF-DALF

Your enrolment is deemed to be your acceptance of our general sales conditions which you are invited to consult.


Your contact

Messaline Cartella
examens(at)alliancefr.be



Prepare for the DELF-DALF!

We offer all candidates preparation modules for the DELF-DALF examinations. Improve your chances of success and be ready on the day of the examination: