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Alliance Française Halifax is among the few accredited examination centres for tests and diplomas certified by the French government and internationally recognized in Nova Scotia.

The DELF (Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française) and the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are official diplomas awarded by the French National Ministry of Education to certify the competency of candidates for whom French is a second language.

The DELF and the DALF are composed of six independent diplomas corresponding to the six levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL):

  • A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
  • You DELF or DALF diploma is valid for life.

Examination dates are offered at specific times during the year and determined by the French National Ministry of Education. Please find the examination calendar below to know when is the next date offered.

At each level, four skills are evaluated: listening - speaking - reading - writing.

To determine which test level to take, please consult with the institutions’ requirements. You may use our self-assessment tool Ev@lang to determine what level you currently have in order to help you choose the right level test.

DELF PrimDELF Prim
DELF Tout Public
DELF Junior
DELF Prim
DELF Tout Public
DELF Junior
A1.1A1A2
DELF Tout Public
DELF Junior
DELF Tout Public
DELF Junior
B1B2
DALFDALF
C1C2

A DELF or DALF certificate provides you with international recognition of your French proficiency and is valid for life.
If you are seeking a desirable employment opportunity with a French-speaking company the DELF or DALF certificate can be the key to helping you stand out as an employable candidate.

A DELF certificate may be required when applying to French post-secondary institutions. Here in Canada, certain post-secondary institutions with French programs may require a DELF certificate upon registration.
Finally, a DELF certificate can help you validate your language skills on your learning journey.

The DELF Prim can be your child’s first French diploma and show them that they can actually speak French and boost their confidence.

For more details about the examinations, please visit the France Education International website.

Are you a school principal or French teacher and would you like to offer the DELF exam to your students? Contact us at
exam@afhalifax.ca or by phone at 902-580-8284.

Please note that exam fees are not refundable and that the examination date is firm.

There is no transfer possibility to another session once you have checked-out and payed for your exam.

Please choose carefully the level and session you register for.

DELF Tout Public is intended for anyone over the age of 18 years old who wishes to certify their level.

Registration Fees

  • DELF A1 $125.00
  • DELF A2 $125.00
  • DELF B1 $195.00
  • DELF B2 $195.00
  • DALF C1 $275.00
  • DALF C2 $275.00

The DELF Junior is intended for secondary school students from age 13 to 17 years old who want to have their French language skills assessed and recognized by an internationally-recognized diploma.

The exam follows the same structure as the DELF Tout public, only the topics are different and take into account the interests of young people.

Registration Fees

  • DELF Junior A1 $125.00
  • DELF Junior A2 $125.00
  • DELF Junior B1 $195.00
  • DELF Junior B2 $195.00

The DELF Prim is designed for children at the elementary level from the age of 7 to 12 years old. It is divided into 3 levels: A1.1, A1 and A2.

The exam includes themes from a child’s environment such as their family or their school or hobbies.

Registration Fees

  • DELF Prim A1.1 $80.00
  • DELF Prim A1 $80.00
  • DELF Prim A2 $80.00

LevelExamination DateRegistration DeadlineRegister
DELF Tout public A1March 7th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DELF Tout public A1June 13th, 2022May 27th, 2022
DELF Tout public A1November 7th, 2022*October 21st, 2022
DELF Tout public A2March 8th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DELF Tout public A2June 14th, 2022*May 27th, 2022
DELF Tout public A2November 8th, 2022*October 21st, 2022
DELF Tout public B1March 9th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DELF Tout public B1June 15th, 2022*May 27th, 2022
DELF Tout public B1November 9th, 2022*October 21st, 2022
DELF Tout public B2March 10th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DELF Tout public B2June 16th, 2022*May 27th, 2022
DELF Tout public B2November 10th, 2022*October 21st, 2022
DALF Tout public C1March 11th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DALF Tout public C1June 17th, 2022*May 27th, 2022
DALF Tout public C1November 8th, 2022*October 21st, 2022
DALF Tout public C2March 7th, 2022*February 18th, 2022
DALF Tout public C2June 13th, 2022*May 27th, 2022
DALF Tout public C2November 7th, 2022*October 21st, 2022

LevelExamination DateRegistration DeadlineRegister
DELF Junior A1April 7th, 2022*March 18th, 2022
DELF Junior A1May 5th, 2022*April 15th, 2022
DELF Junior A1June 9th, 2022* May 20th, 2022
DELF Junior A1November 24th, 2022*November 4th, 2022
DELF Junior A2April 6th, 2022*March 18th, 2022
DELF Junior A2May 4th, 2022*April 15th, 2022
DELF Junior A2June 8th, 2022*May 20th, 2022
DELF Junior A2November 23th, 2022*November 4th, 2022
DELF Junior B1April 5th, 2022*March 18th, 2022
DELF Junior B1May 3rd, 2022*April 15th, 2022
DELF Junior B1June 7th, 2022*May 20th, 2022
DELF Junior B1November 22nd, 2022*November 4th, 2022
DELF Junior B2April 4th, 2022*March 18th, 2022
DELF Junior B2May 2nd, 2022*April 15th, 2022
DELF Junior B2June 6th, 2022*May 20th, 2022
DELF Junior B2November 21st, 2022*November 4th, 2022

LevelExamination DateRegistration DeadlineRegister
DELF Prim A1.1May 9th 2022February 11th 2022
DELF Prim A1.1December 5th 2022September 16th 2022
DELF Prim A1May 10th 2022February 11th 2022
DELF Prim A1December 6th 2022September 16th 2022
DELF Prim A2May 11th 2022February 11th 2022
DELF Prim A2December 7th 2022September 16th 2022

Attention: The collective written exam will take place at 1:00pm on the date indicated for the chosen exam. The individual oral exam might take place on a different date or in the morning of the indicated date.

By registering for a DELF exam with Alliance Française Halifax, you accept our terms and conditions.

Questions? : Contact exam@afhalifax.ca

1.Choose your exam

2.Registering

3.Paying the fees

Make sure the DELF/DALF is the right exam for your situation.

Alliance Française Halifax and its employees cannot be held responsible for the exam selection made by the candidate.

Please select the DELF exam session you would like to take using the calendar presented on this page before the registration deadline.

All requests for accommodations must be accompanied by supporting documents at the time of registration (doctor’s note to specify the nature of the situation and which arrangements must be made to ensure you take the exam in optimal conditions).

Use the link to our online shop provided in the calendar presented on this page before the registration deadline to create your account. Verify the accuracy of the information you provide on the registration form as it will appear on your certificate.

Important: It is the candidates’ responsibility to ensure that they are paying for the corresponding fees.

For any questions, you can email us: exam@afhalifax.ca or call us at 902-580-8284.

To get ready for the exam, Alliance Française Halifax offers various resources:

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information!

Alliance Française Halifax
5509 Young St.
B3K 1Z7 Halifax, NS

Hours
Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Contact:
902 580 8284
902 455 4411
exam@afhalifax.ca