The diploma of studies in French language (DELF) for children entitled “Prim” or for teenagers entitled “Junior”, is an official diploma issued by the French Ministry of National Education.
Diplomas corresponding to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
This diploma is recognized worldwide, and it is valid for life.
The DELF “Prim” is intended for all children who are beginners in French as a foreign language, engaged in studies corresponding to the elementary level.
The DELF “Prim” is made up of 3 independent diplomas: DELF A1.1, DELF A1 and DELF A2.
The DELF “Junior” is intended for teenagers, foreigners or French, who wish to enhance their skills in the French language.
The DELF “Junior” is divided into 4 exams corresponding to the first 4 levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2.
DELF Prim or Junior version implies that only the themes that interest the youngest are taken up in the exercises. Indeed, the DELF exams assess communication skills. A young learner will be placed in a context that will make him react more easily; he will thus be able to demonstrate all his skills to the evaluators.
The DELF diploma “Prim” or “Junior” version have the same value as a diploma for the adult version.
The version of the exams is not indicated on the diploma.
The DELF exams consist of 4 tests:
N 14 000
N 20 000
N 17 500
N 25 000