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The DELF and DALF Diplomas: Exam Preparation Courses in Toulouse, France

The Diplôme d’Etudes en Langues Française (DELF) and the Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française (DALF) are diplomas granted by the French Ministry of National Education and are formally recognised by all universities and schools of French, both in France and abroad.
The DELF & DALF examinations can be taken in 900 approved examination centres in 154 countries, including France.

For more information about the official French DELF/DALF/TCF tests, please click here

To consult the DELF/DALF/TCF dates in Toulouse,  please click here

At Langue Onze Toulouse, a person in charge of the DELF/DALF/TCF exams process will be pleased to answer all the questions you may have, not only concerning the official French tests and diplomas but also the exam preparation courses available at Langue Onze Toulouse. She will also help you to apply for the DELF/DALF/TCF exams in one of the examination centres in Toulouse


DELF - DALF preparation courses

Our DELF and DALF preparation courses take place at key times of year, corresponding to the official examination dates in Toulouse, plus one summer session.

These intensive prep courses will familiarize you with the structure and general content of the examinations, working with the four major skill areas evaluated at each level: listening, speaking, reading and writing.


The DELF and DALF diploma examinations - How do they work?

The six diplomas that make up DELF and DALF are each independent, meaning that candidates can register directly for the examination that most closely corresponds to their current level in French. The DELF and DALF examinations are administered at official test centres throughout the world, including four centres in Toulouse. In 2013, according to the diploma and the examination centre, the registration fees vary between 60 and 100 €.

Since September 1st 2005, the levels certified by these examinations are consistent with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) as defined by the Council of Europe.