DAEFLE

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General Information


Registrations & Upcoming Sessions


How to Prepare


My Results

General Information

DAEFLE (Diplôme d’aptitude à l’Enseignement du Français Langue Etrangère) is a professional qualification for those seeking accreditation to teach French as a foreign language. It is offered by the Alliance Française de Paris Ile-de-France, in collaboration with the CNED.

To obtain the DAEFLE, candidates must successfully complete 480 hours of training in a distance learning course (6 modules) as well as the exams.

If you have any questions in regards to the training content, organisation and results, please email daefle@alliancefr.org

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Registrations 

Registration will be confirmed only once the full application fee and completed forms have been received by our customer service team. 

Candidates must register for each component of the DAEFLE exam (Entry Test and Final Exam). Candidates are not able to choose the date of their oral exam: the exam timetable will be shared via email one week prior to the exam.

Registration may be cancelled and a refund issued up until the session registration deadline. 

Registration deadlines:
December session: 28 October 2022 at 4pm


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How to Prepare

Distance preparation modules are offered by Alliance Française de Paris Ile-de-France for those wishing to sit the DAEFLE exam. 

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My Results

Following the jury's deliberations, Alliance Francaise Ile-de-Paris will email the outcome of your exam. For this reason, candidates are asked to ensure their supplied email address is correct. 

For successful candidates, the diploma will be mailed out from France one month after the notification of your results via email. Please note, there may be some delay in these certificates arriving in Australia. 

Your accredited exam centre

Alliance Française de Sydney is the only centre in Sydney accredited to deliver the DELF, DALF, DAEFLE and TCF series exams. All examiners and assessors are trained and authorised by the CIEP. They follow strict assessment guidelines and are regularly monitored.