DELF/DALF

Levels & Prices

2024 Dates

SchedulE

Preparatory courses 


An official certification to validate your French-language skills
DELF (Diplôme d'études en langue française) and DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) are managed and delivered by the French Ministry of Education. These diplomas assessing your level in French are internationally recognised and have lifetime validity.

The Alliance Française Amsterdam is the only official examination centre for the DELF & DALF diplomas in Amsterdam. You may take the DELF or DALF exam twice a year.

Why take these exams?

With the DELF/DALF you will: 
- receive an official certificate which attests your language skills
- be able to measure your progress in French and therefore enhance it
- be able to prove your language skills for professional, personal and educational objectives
- increase your chances on the labour market (internships, recruitment, promotion, mobility)

What is being assessed?

There are six independent diplomas, which correspond to the six levels of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL). At each level, the 4 following skills are assessed: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

What if you do not pass the exam?

In order to pass the DELF/DALF exam, you must get a minimum score of 50/100.
If you score below 50 and wish to resit the DELF/DALF exam, you will have to enroll for a new exam session.

Important information on the DELF-DALF exams:
See the France Education International's website, the organisation in charge of the French official certifications.
Please check the candidates's rights and obligations before your exam session.

Candidates with specific needs:
France Education International follows a procedure to arrange exam sessions for candidates with specific needs. A doctor's note is required outlining what the candidate's needs might be. This note needs to be sent to examens@afamsterdam.nl at least 2 months before the date of the exam. A template of the doctor's note can be found here.
Please see the France Education International's website for more information.


DELF PRIM

The DELF Prim exam is for primary school students from 6 to 12 years old*. The DELF Prim diploma is available for 3 different levels - A1.1, A1 and A2. You can sit this exam once a year, in May. 
*The candidate needs to be enrolled in a primary school.
More information about the DELF Prim.

DELF JUNIOR

The DELF Junior exam is for high school students from 12 to 17 years old**. The DELF Junior diploma is available for 4 different levels - A1, A2, B1 and B2. You can sit this exam once a year, in May. 
**The candidate needs to be under 18 years old on the day of the DELF Junior exam.
More information about the DELF Junior.


Levels & 2024 Prices

CEFRL

DELF/DALF

Level

DELF Tout Public

DELF Junior

DELF Prim


A1.1

DELF A1.1

basic

-

-

€ 65

A1

DELF A1

basic

€ 110

€ 100

€ 90

A2

DELF A2

basic

€ 110

€ 100

€ 90

B1

DELF B1

independent

€ 155

€ 145

-

B2

DELF B2

independent

€ 175

€ 165

-

C1

DALF C1

proficient

€ 220

-

-

C2

DALF C2

proficient

€ 230

-

-

Click on the levels for a sample exam.


2024 Dates


How to register for the exam?

To sign up for the exam, we kindly request you to complete the registration form online and follow the steps until the payment of your exam. Please note you are only registered when the invoice has been paid.

DELF PRIM

A1.1 / A1 / A2
2024 exam dates:

 29 May


Registration is now open. 

CLICK HERE to register

End of registration: 30 April

DELF Junior

A1 -> B2
2024 exam dates:

21 May for A1 and A2
22 May for B1 and B2



Registration is now open.

CLICK HERE to register

End of registration: 30 April

DELF/DALF TOUT PUBLIC (ADULT)

A1 -> C2
2024 session 1: June

Exam dates:

3 -> 7 June

Registration will open on 18 March 2024.

End of registration: 5 May

DELF/DALF TOUT PUBLIC (ADULT)

A1 -> C2
2024 session 2: November
Exam dates:

18 -> 22 November


Registration will open on 1 July 2024.

End of registration: 20 October


You will receive the results by e-mail a few weeks after the exam, and the diploma approximately 3 months after.


Schedule

DELF JUNIOR - MAY 2024

Level

Written tests (mornings)

Oral test

A1

21/05

21/05

A2

21/05

21/05

B1

22/05

22/05

B2

22/05

22/05


We do our best to organise your oral test on the same day as the written test. However, we cannot guarantee this.

DELF PRIM - MAY 2024

Level

Written tests (morning)

Oral test

A1.1, A1 and A2

29/05

29/05



Preparatory courses DELF/dalf

Get ready for the exam!
We offer preparation courses for the DELF/DALF Tout Public, online. 

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