DELF Junior is a diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education which certifies a secondary school student's level of of proficiency of French. Designed for students aged 12-17 years, this certificate is recognised around the world and opens up enriching opportunities for study, travel, work and more.
The exam is composed of two sections:
Registration will be confirmed only once the full application fee and completed forms have been received by our customer service team.
Candidates will not be able to choose the time of their oral examination: email notification of the exam timetable will be sent one week prior to the exam.
Fees are dependant on the level of examination. Please see upcoming sessions for more details.
2022 exam dates will be published shortly on this page.
Our Term 4 Teens Holiday Course program contains focussed DELF preparation content, and is the best way for students to prepare for
success. You can also source exemplar tests for each level of the exam from the official DELF website.
In circumstances where teachers are looking to enrol multiple students in the DELF Junior exam, it may be possible to send examiners to your campus. Please reach out to us if you wish to discuss this option.
Our preparation modules for schools allow you to customise a school-based preparation course to suit your students' specific needs.
Select your desired modules, each focussed on developing one of the four language competencies evaluated in the exam, and help prepare your
students for success.
You will be emailed of the outcome of your test approximately one month after sitting the test. Your actual certificate may take several months to arrive from France.
You will be notified when your certificate is ready for collection from our centre. If you cannot collect your certificate in person, please
provide us with an A4 Registered Post envelope with your name and address.
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.