Do you want to improve your CV or get formal proof of your level in French?


The DELF (Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française) and the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are official diplomas awarded by the French Ministry for Education certifying competency in French for foreign candidates.

Since 2005, the DELF and the DALF certificates are harmonized with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages from the Council of Europe.

  • Why would you be interested?
    If not simply for your own benefit, these French diplomas can be an asset to your CV as they are internationally recognized for both professional applications and university studies. 
    For instance, holders of the DALF C1 diploma and sometimes the DELF B2 can be exempted from taking an entrance test before enrolling in a French University. For foreign students, the DALF C1 is usually the required gateway to the most prestigious schools or universities.
  • Who can take these tests?
    Anyone who wishes to validate their French language skills may sit the examination.


DELF A1 – Discovery.

DELF A2 – Basic user.

DELF B1 – Independent.

DELF B2 – Independent and spontaneity in regular interactions.

DALF C1 – Clear, well-structured discourse without hesitation.

DALF C2 – Precision, appropriateness and fluency of expression.

We now run four sessions each year: March, June, October & December.

For more information, please contact

Important information regarding the DELF/DALF examinations: resitting a level previously obtained and the format of the exams (listening & reading comprehensions).

Please read this document.




FEES in 2022:

DELF A1£60
DELF A2£65 
DELF B1£85
DELF B2£90
DALF C1£125 
DALF C2£160

Please contact us to find out more about our upcoming sessions: 0141 331 4080 /

  • Contact us to arrange payment for your fees.
  • Your place for any exam will only be confirmed once we have received your completed application form and your full payment.

You can also sit the DELF/DALF in EdinburghLondon, Manchester, Oxford and Jersey.