If you are applying to immigrate to Quebec and want to be tested to gain formal recognition for your competency in the French language you
can choose from a range of options.
The Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities (MICC) in Quebec has accredited the TCF (Test de Connaissance du Français) for Quebec as a test of competency in the French language for the purposes of an official immigration application. Furthermore, the Quebec authorities also recognise the TCF, accompanied by an oral test, as well as the DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française).
These qualifications have been developed by the "Centre International d’Etudes Pédagogiques" (CIEP), a national public institution under the French Ministry of Education. All of the tests conform to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).
The “TCF for Quebec”, has been specially designed to be consistent with the standards of the Ministry of Immigration (MICC) of
Quebec, and is only intended for people wishing to settle in Quebec. The TCF allows you to evaluate your level of French. The Alliance
Française de Sydney is the only accredited institution in Sydney to deliver this test.
Your TCF for Quebec certificate is only valid for your immigration application. You cannot use it, for example, for admission to a French university.
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Compulsory examination: $295
It includes :
2 optional examinations: $160 each
Applicants must take the listening and speaking modules (spoken expression and listening comprehension). The writing and reading modules are not required, but additional points may be awarded for these modules. Visit the Canada visa website for further details.
|Exam dates||Enrolment deadlines|
|Wednesday 12 February 2020||Monday 13 January 2020 until 5pm|
|Thursday 9 July 2020||Tuesday 9 June 2020 until 5pm|
|Thursday 3 December 2020||Thursday 5 November until 5pm|
To download the enrolment form, click here
Once filled, please send the form to email@example.com.
Please note that in order for your registration to be accepted, you will need to include a ID photo in the enrolment form.
The ID picture has to be as follow:
- Dimensions : 248 x 319mm
- Resolution /pixel :300 PPP (high resolution)
- Format JPEG
- Must be a standard issued ID photo (e.g. driving licence, passport…)
If your level of competency in French has already been tested and you wish to gain formal qualification for it, you can also sit the DELF or
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Enrolment can be made in person or by visiting the Alliance Française de Sydney website or over the phone. However, enrolment will not be confirmed until the full application fee (please consult website for the most up-to-date costs) and signed forms have been received by the front desk staff. Please be advised that cancellations and deferrals prior to the registration deadline must be made in writing. No refund, credit note, deferral or transfer will be granted after the registration deadline.