The DELF (Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française) is a lifelong diploma of French as a Second Language with international recognition. Issued by the French Ministry of Education, the exam consists of a series of exercices designed to assess four competencies in the target language: oral comprehension, oral production, written comprehension, and written production.
Candidates who are introduced to both the format and style of the DELF proficiency exams display much less anxiety throughout the exam, particularly during the oral interview component(s).
Navigate your proficiency exam with confidence
- Discover which CEFR level best corresponds to your proficiency in French language
- Practice sample exercises, and determine how future sessions will be used to design your program of study
Program of Study
- Learn how to engage and complete a series of authentic, action-based listening activities and oral communication situations in the target language so that you can be confident in your language skills and abilities
- Use sample topics and previous years exams to become familiar with the various components of the exam
- Complete a full oral practice exam, complete with a mock score and constructive feedback