Preparation for DELF, DALF

The preparation program for the DELF and DALF exams takes place as part of the general basic French language course in the group. Classes (specialized seminars or courses) on preparation for language exams in a mini-group or according to an individual training program are added to the course.

The general course covers all aspects of learning the French language: speaking, reading, writing, and listening by the European system levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. DELF and DALF diplomas confirm acquired language skills.

Adults and youth over the age of 15 can take the program in French language courses at French language schools on any day of the year. Students aged 8 to 15 can participate in international language camps on appropriate dates or individually at a convenient time.

Preparation course for DELF and DALF exams in French language schools

In French language schools and camps, classes (specialized seminars and courses) for language exam preparation are taught by experienced teachers, many of whom are part of the examination committee.

The number of hours in the mini-group is determined for each student individually, usually 6-10 lessons per week. The same applies to individual classes.