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TEF CANADA

Why take the TEF?

For immigration and citizenship application procedures, the Federal Government of Canada requests proof of the applicants’ linguistic knowledge of French.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has recognized the TEF for these purposes since 2002. The TEF format that applies to these procedures is TEF Canada.

What are the tests?

 You must take the following tests for a Canadian immigration application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Written comprehension: 60 min – 50 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover
  • Written expression: 60 min – 2 topics to cover

 You must take the following examinations for a Canadian citizenship application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover

 Attention! All tests must be completed on the same day for your certificate to be recognized by Canadian authorities.​

To find out about the TEF Québec (TEFAQ) arrangements for immigration to Quebec, click here.

How do I register?

Please contact us directly for more details on session dates, prices or for any questions about the organisation of sessions.

How do I obtain my results?

Your results will be sent to the testing centre within 15 business days from the date of receipt of the session materials.

However, if you passed a TEF version with the written expression, the deadline for the correction is extented. Please allow from 4 to 6 weeks to receive your results.

The centre will then receive all statements of the candidates’ results by mail. The center is responsible for sending results to each candidate.

Please noteYou will only receive a single copy of your certificate. You are therefore advised to keep a certified copy.

The statement lists your scores on each of the examinations. To determine the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) corresponding to your score, please refer to the CLB equivalency charts.

 

Conduct of exam

No session available

TEF CANADA

Why take the TEF?

For immigration and citizenship application procedures, the Federal Government of Canada requests proof of the applicants’ linguistic knowledge of French.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has recognized the TEF for these purposes since 2002. The TEF format that applies to these procedures is TEF Canada.

What are the tests?

 You must take the following tests for a Canadian immigration application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Written comprehension: 60 min – 50 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover
  • Written expression: 60 min – 2 topics to cover

 You must take the following examinations for a Canadian citizenship application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover

 Attention! All tests must be completed on the same day for your certificate to be recognized by Canadian authorities.​

To find out about the TEF Québec (TEFAQ) arrangements for immigration to Quebec, click here.

How do I register?

Please contact us directly for more details on session dates, prices or for any questions about the organisation of sessions.

How do I obtain my results?

Your results will be sent to the testing centre within 15 business days from the date of receipt of the session materials.

However, if you passed a TEF version with the written expression, the deadline for the correction is extented. Please allow from 4 to 6 weeks to receive your results.

The centre will then receive all statements of the candidates’ results by mail. The center is responsible for sending results to each candidate.

Please noteYou will only receive a single copy of your certificate. You are therefore advised to keep a certified copy.

The statement lists your scores on each of the examinations. To determine the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) corresponding to your score, please refer to the CLB equivalency charts.

 

Conduct of exam

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No session available

TEF CANADA

Why take the TEF?

For immigration and citizenship application procedures, the Federal Government of Canada requests proof of the applicants’ linguistic knowledge of French.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has recognized the TEF for these purposes since 2002. The TEF format that applies to these procedures is TEF Canada.

What are the tests?

 You must take the following tests for a Canadian immigration application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Written comprehension: 60 min – 50 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover
  • Written expression: 60 min – 2 topics to cover

 You must take the following examinations for a Canadian citizenship application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover

 Attention! All tests must be completed on the same day for your certificate to be recognized by Canadian authorities.​

To find out about the TEF Québec (TEFAQ) arrangements for immigration to Quebec, click here.

How do I register?

Please contact us directly for more details on session dates, prices or for any questions about the organisation of sessions.

How do I obtain my results?

Your results will be sent to the testing centre within 15 business days from the date of receipt of the session materials.

However, if you passed a TEF version with the written expression, the deadline for the correction is extented. Please allow from 4 to 6 weeks to receive your results.

The centre will then receive all statements of the candidates’ results by mail. The center is responsible for sending results to each candidate.

Please noteYou will only receive a single copy of your certificate. You are therefore advised to keep a certified copy.

The statement lists your scores on each of the examinations. To determine the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) corresponding to your score, please refer to the CLB equivalency charts.

 

Conduct of exam

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No session available

TEF CANADA

Why take the TEF?

For immigration and citizenship application procedures, the Federal Government of Canada requests proof of the applicants’ linguistic knowledge of French.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has recognized the TEF for these purposes since 2002. The TEF format that applies to these procedures is TEF Canada.

What are the tests?

 You must take the following tests for a Canadian immigration application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Written comprehension: 60 min – 50 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover
  • Written expression: 60 min – 2 topics to cover

 You must take the following examinations for a Canadian citizenship application:

  • Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 questions
  • Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics to cover

 Attention! All tests must be completed on the same day for your certificate to be recognized by Canadian authorities.​

To find out about the TEF Québec (TEFAQ) arrangements for immigration to Quebec, click here.

How do I register?

Please contact us directly for more details on session dates, prices or for any questions about the organisation of sessions.

How do I obtain my results?

Your results will be sent to the testing centre within 15 business days from the date of receipt of the session materials.

However, if you passed a TEF version with the written expression, the deadline for the correction is extented. Please allow from 4 to 6 weeks to receive your results.

The centre will then receive all statements of the candidates’ results by mail. The center is responsible for sending results to each candidate.

Please noteYou will only receive a single copy of your certificate. You are therefore advised to keep a certified copy.

The statement lists your scores on each of the examinations. To determine the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) corresponding to your score, please refer to the CLB equivalency charts.

 

Conduct of exam

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Oral comprehension
Written comprehension
Oral expression
Written expression

DELF-DALF Get an official certification from France !

Next exam: 20/09/2021

DELF – (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française)

DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.

Please note that DELF is oriented toward an adult audience. For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system: the DELF Pro which is more oriented for professional purposes. ​

Within the DELF, there are 4 different levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Level A1 is the most accessible and level B2 is the most advanced. Above B2 level, there is the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) with two more levels: C1 and C2. Thus DELF is divided into 4 independents diplomas each linked to 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

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RATES                    INTERNAL                     EXTERNAL

A LEVELS                  5310Rs                            8850Rs

B LEVELS                  5900Rs                          10620Rs

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DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française)

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are officials diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification and validation of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.Please note that the DALF are oriented toward an adult audience.

For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system, the DELF Pro which is more oriented for a professional purpose​.

Within the DALF, there is 2 different levels : C1 and C2. Levels C1 and C2 are the most advanced DELF-DALF diplomas. Thus the DALF is divided into 2 independents diplomas each linked to 2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities.

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RATES                    INTERNAL                          EXTERNAL

C LEVELS                  8260Rs                               11800Rs

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Conduct of exam

​​Total length - 1 hour 20 minutes - Total mark out of 100 - Overall pass mark of the DELF A1: 50 / 100 - Minimum mark required per test: 5 / 25

Listen

Speak

Read

Write

Next exam: 21/09/2021

DELF – (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française)

DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.

Please note that DELF is oriented toward an adult audience. For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system: the DELF Pro which is more oriented for professional purposes. ​

Within the DELF, there are 4 different levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Level A1 is the most accessible and level B2 is the most advanced. Above B2 level, there is the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) with two more levels: C1 and C2. Thus DELF is divided into 4 independents diplomas each linked to 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                     EXTERNAL

A LEVELS                  5310Rs                            8850Rs

B LEVELS                  5900Rs                          10620Rs

_________________________________________________

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française)

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are officials diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification and validation of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.Please note that the DALF are oriented toward an adult audience.

For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system, the DELF Pro which is more oriented for a professional purpose​.

Within the DALF, there is 2 different levels : C1 and C2. Levels C1 and C2 are the most advanced DELF-DALF diplomas. Thus the DALF is divided into 2 independents diplomas each linked to 2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities.

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                          EXTERNAL

C LEVELS                  8260Rs                               11800Rs

_________________________________________________

Conduct of exam

​​Total length of group tests: 1 hour 40 minutes - Total mark out of 100 - Overall pass mark of the DELF A2: 50 / 100 - Minimum mark required per test: 5 / 25

Listen

Speak

Read

Write

Next exam: 22/09/2021

DELF – (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française)

DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.

Please note that DELF is oriented toward an adult audience. For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system: the DELF Pro which is more oriented for professional purposes. ​

Within the DELF, there are 4 different levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Level A1 is the most accessible and level B2 is the most advanced. Above B2 level, there is the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) with two more levels: C1 and C2. Thus DELF is divided into 4 independents diplomas each linked to 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                     EXTERNAL

A LEVELS                  5310Rs                            8850Rs

B LEVELS                  5900Rs                          10620Rs

_________________________________________________

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française)

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are officials diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification and validation of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.Please note that the DALF are oriented toward an adult audience.

For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system, the DELF Pro which is more oriented for a professional purpose​.

Within the DALF, there is 2 different levels : C1 and C2. Levels C1 and C2 are the most advanced DELF-DALF diplomas. Thus the DALF is divided into 2 independents diplomas each linked to 2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities.

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                          EXTERNAL

C LEVELS                  8260Rs                               11800Rs

_________________________________________________

Conduct of exam

​​Total length - 2 hour 20 minutes - Total mark out of 100 - Overall pass mark of the DELF B1: 50 / 100 - Minimum mark required per test: 5 / 25

Listen

Speak

Read

Write

Next exam: 23/09/2021

DELF – (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française)

DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.

Please note that DELF is oriented toward an adult audience. For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system: the DELF Pro which is more oriented for professional purposes. ​

Within the DELF, there are 4 different levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Level A1 is the most accessible and level B2 is the most advanced. Above B2 level, there is the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) with two more levels: C1 and C2. Thus DELF is divided into 4 independents diplomas each linked to 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                     EXTERNAL

A LEVELS                  5310Rs                            8850Rs

B LEVELS                  5900Rs                          10620Rs

_________________________________________________

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française)

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are officials diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification and validation of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.Please note that the DALF are oriented toward an adult audience.

For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system, the DELF Pro which is more oriented for a professional purpose​.

Within the DALF, there is 2 different levels : C1 and C2. Levels C1 and C2 are the most advanced DELF-DALF diplomas. Thus the DALF is divided into 2 independents diplomas each linked to 2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities.

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                          EXTERNAL

C LEVELS                  8260Rs                               11800Rs

_________________________________________________

Conduct of exam

​​Total length - 3 hour 20 minutes - Total mark out of 100 - Overall pass mark of the DELF B2: 50 / 100 - Minimum mark required per test: 5 / 25

Listen

Speak

Read

Write

Next exam: 24/09/2021

DELF – (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française)

DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.

Please note that DELF is oriented toward an adult audience. For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system: the DELF Pro which is more oriented for professional purposes. ​

Within the DELF, there are 4 different levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Level A1 is the most accessible and level B2 is the most advanced. Above B2 level, there is the DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) with two more levels: C1 and C2. Thus DELF is divided into 4 independents diplomas each linked to 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                     EXTERNAL

A LEVELS                  5310Rs                            8850Rs

B LEVELS                  5900Rs                          10620Rs

_________________________________________________

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française)

DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are officials diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They permit the certification and validation of French language abilities. Therefore these diplomas allow you to highlight your skills in French for personal, scholars, university or work purposes.Please note that the DALF are oriented toward an adult audience.

For children, there is the DELF Prim and for teenagers, the DELF junior version and the DELF for schools. There is also a DELF especially targeting the working system, the DELF Pro which is more oriented for a professional purpose​.

Within the DALF, there is 2 different levels : C1 and C2. Levels C1 and C2 are the most advanced DELF-DALF diplomas. Thus the DALF is divided into 2 independents diplomas each linked to 2 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People who have passed the DALF (C1 or C2) are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities.

_________________________________________________

RATES                    INTERNAL                          EXTERNAL

C LEVELS                  8260Rs                               11800Rs

_________________________________________________

Conduct of exam

​​Total length - 3 hour 20 minutes - Total mark out of 100 - Overall pass mark of the DELF B2: 50 / 100 - Minimum mark required per test: 5 / 25

Listen

Speak

Read

Write

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