Frequently Asked Questions - DELF Pro
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The DELF Pro and DELF have the same formats trials (testing time, evaluation of 4 oral and written skills) and cover the same language levels (A1-A2-B1-B2).
The DELF Pro assesses communicative skills common to all common business situations. It allows non-francophone adults in training or activity to enhance their French language skills in the world of work.
The DELF Pro is a French language diploma certifying professional environment language skills. It can not be compared to a professional degree.
All sectors of professional activities are concerned. The DELF Pro assesses cross communication skills common to all current job situations.
Yes. The DELF Pro as the DELF is an official diploma issued by the French Ministry of National Education. It has therefore a broad national and international recognition. The DELF Pro allows especially the candidates to state their level in French for professional purposes.
Yes, as a national diploma awarded by the French Ministry of National Education.
A candidate can not hold two DELF same level regardless of the endorsement on the certificate. The candidate will choose, depending on its projects, between the DELFand the DELF Pro equivalent.
No, all non-French person who wants to assess their French language skills may present the DELF without prerequisites.
Candidates can take examinations as many times as necessary, until they pass. However, they cannot take the examinations for a diploma that they already hold, unless they revoke the existing diploma in writing before the examination session. If a candidate does not pass the diploma on the second attempt, the first diploma will remain invalid. Note that the DELF and the DELF Pro equivalent level are considered the same degree.
The decisions of the DELF Pro national boards of examiners are final. To find out the conditions for viewing examination papers, candidates must contact their examination centre.
In France, the DELF and DALF exams have been placed under the authority of the French Local Education Authorities (rectorats). Any establishment that wishes to become a certified DELF-DALF exam centre should contact the Local Education Authority (rectorat) office of their academy directly.
In other countries, the DELF and DALF exams have been placed under the authority of the French Cultural Office of the French embassies. Establishments interested in becoming a DELF and DALF exam centre should contact the DELF and DALF central management office in their country.
Find the various contact information by consulting the list of exam centres.