DELF / DALF degrees
Worldwide recognised degrees that show a level of competence in French language
When? 2 exam sessions per year (January and May)
Levels? A1, A2, B1 et B2 Levels (DELF) and C1 et C2 (DALF)
Price? from 80 to 120 € fee/unit (2013 fees)
The French language degree (DELF) and the higher French language degree (DALF) are national degrees delivered by the ministry of education. There are six independent diplomas matching with the six levels of the Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les langues. Each candidate is free to try the selected level.
The DELF and DALF show a level of competence in French language and are recognised worldwide.
The DALF (C1 or C2) allows students to enrol for studies in France without any linguistics test.
The university organizes two exam sessions per year at the end of each semester and is a recognised exam centre.
Details of examinations and success condition
The registration is held in the Foreign Students Department (Service Universitaire des Étudiants Étrangers) with Sylvie ROUSSEL.
- 1st session :
information meeting : dates not yet available
registration : dates not yet available
exam : dates not yet available
- 2nd session :.
registration : from April 2013 2nd to 12th
exam : May 2013, 27th, 28th and 29th
|Examen||Fees for 1 unit|
|DELF (A1/A2)||80 €|
|DELF (B1/B2)||90 €|
Special fees for Blaise Pascal University students’.
Exam preparation course for DELF/DALF
Before each exam session, you can follow a training course session.
The course cannot start unless there are 10 students.
Training course fees (exam fees not included):
- DELF (5 hours) : 45 €
- DALF (8 hours) : 72 €
Next period: dates not yet available
Last updated: December 2015