French Certificate Course (DELF-DALF)

The Diploma in French Degree Recognition is DELF (French Study Certificate) and DALF (French Research Certificate).

DELF and DALF are accredited diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education to foreigners to learn the French language, which can be used to effectively estimate the degree of French learning. Since 1985, more than 900 centers in more than 150 countries have been established to hold the French Qualification Test. Each year, as many as 350,000 people are enrolled, and 60,000 people receive a French diploma.
Since 2005, the French Qualification Diploma has been re-planned by the six levels of language developed by the European Common Criteria for the European Parliament’s Member States’ Languages.
A1~A2
Course hours per class: 96 hours (1.5 hours per session)
B1~B2 level
Course hours per class: 96 hours (1.5 hours per session)
C1~C2 level
Hours of study per class: 144 hours (1.5 hours per session)

According to the degree of language ability, it is divided into six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. The examination content includes four parts: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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