The DELF – Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française is a document awarded by the French Ministry of Education, which serves to validate the level of proficiency in French in all language skills: oral comprehension and expression (listening and speaking), written comprehension and expression (reading and writing).
The Delf prim is for all children between 7 and 11 years old and the Delf junior and scolaire is for teenagers between 12 and 17 years old. The exams are held in May and November.
Why register your child for the DELF exams
- It is a diploma that highlights the child’s language skills;
- It recognises the candidate’s efforts and successes at various stages of learning French;
- The diploma is an official document that enriches the school portfolio;
- It guarantees international mobility; and
- It is valid for life.