The “tout public” version of the diploma in French language studies (DELF) for adults is an official diploma issued by the Ministry of National Education. There are 4 diplomas that correspond to the first 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1 and DELF B2.
DELF is an official, high-quality diploma, harmonized with the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This diploma is recognized worldwide and is valid for life.
Depending on the level, the DELF can enhance a resume (curriculum vitae - CV) and make it easier to get a job in a company where the language spoken is French.
The DELF B1 allows you to obtain French nationality.
The DELF B2 allow entry into French, European or Francophone universities, and into certain Grandes Ecoles in the French system.
Alliance Française of Charlotte will only offer those two diplomas for independent users : DELF B1 and B2
The DELF "tout public" is intended for adults and older teenagers (above 17 years old), foreigners or French, who wish to develop their French language skills for personal or professional purposes.
The "all-public" version implies that all themes of society can be addressed in the public, personal, professional and educational exercises.
The candidate must have a valid photo ID during the exams. A photo-Id can be a passeport, an driver licence, a green card etc.
Notes: The dates / times / prices are decided by the Ambassade de France at Washington and France Education International. The individual oral exam date and time is decided between the candidate and Alliance Française de Charlotte.
By registering to the DELF exam, you agree to abide by FEI and AF rules, and you understand that the exam fees are not refundable.