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The DELF is an official diploma harmonised on the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
This degree is recognized worldwide, and it is valid for life.
Depending on the passed level, the DELF can promote a curriculum vitae (CV) and make it easier to get a job in a company where the language spoken is French.
The DELF « tout public» is intended for adults and older adolescents, foreign or French, who wish to enhance their skills in the French language for personal or professional purposes.
The so-called « tout public» version implies that all themes of society can be addressed in exercises at the public, personal, professional and educational levels.
Younger audiences, such as children and adolescents, may be directed to versions known as « Prim » or « junior / scolaire ». In these versions, only the themes of interest to the youngest are included in the exercises. The DELF exams assess skills to communicate. A young learner will be placed in a context that will make it easier for them to react in the « Prim » or « junior / scolaire » versions and thus be able to demonstrate all their skills.
Six levels are offered, from A1 to C2.
Level A1.1 is only available for primary school students (cf. DELF Prim).
The six diplomas are independent and correspond to the six levels of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
In Switzerland, the DELF and DALF diplomas are also accredited by the various federal commissions.
Where and when?
In Switzerland, DELF DALF examinations are held five times a year, in March, May, June, September and November.
The levels and types of examinations proposed vary by region.
DELF Preparation Course B1/B2