Skip to main content



The Diploma of French Language Studies (DELF) and the Advanced Diploma in French (DALF) are official diplomas delivered by the International Center of Pedagogical Studies in Sèvres (CIEP), operator of the French Ministry of Higher Education, to certify proficiency in French. 

These diplomas are internationally recognized and validate the command of four competencies: oral comprehension, written comprehension, oral expression and written expression.

Their validity is unlimited.

The DELF is divided into four diplomas, corresponding to the four levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


Level of CECRL Diploma User
A1 DELF A1 Elementary
B1 DELF B1 Independent

The DALF is divided into 2 diplomas, corresponding to the two levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Level of CECRL Diploma User
C1 DALF C1 Experienced
C2 Thornton

DELF B2, DALF C1 and DALF C2 exempt you from further language tests to pursue higher education in France.


DELF A2: 40 JOD DELF Pro A1: 40 JOD
DELF B1: 45 JOD DELF Pro A2: 45 JOD
DELF B2: 50 JOD DELF Pro B1: 50 JOD
DELF C1: 55 JOD DELF Pro B2: 55 JOD

Dates of tests and registration

  • DELF/DALF November 2023 session, November 19-26 (registration October 22-24).


Delf Scolaire

DELF scolaire and primaire are derived from DELF and DALF. This diploma is intended to the students of private and public schools in Jordan.

Written exams take place in educational institutions such as Terra Santa school in Amman, Collège du Rosaire in Irbid and Collège du Rosaire in Aqaba.

Oral exams take place at the French Institute and in schools.


-          DELF A1 on 5 May                    -          DELF Prim + B1 + B2 on 7 May                    -          DELF A2 on 12 May

Fees : 16 JOD/level


TCF Canada

TCF-Canada (French Proficiency Test for immigration to Canada)

The TCF Canada is aimed at all individuals aged 16 years old and above, regardless of their nationality or mother tongue, who need to certify their level of French as part of the process of economic immigration to Canada or to obtain Canadian citizenship and, therefore, need to submit an application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). 

For more information

The Test of French knowledge is developed by the International Center of Pedagogical Studies. It is a test of the French language level intended for non-francophone individuals who wish to evaluate and validate their knowledge of French in a simple, reliable and quick way; for professional, personal or educational reasons.

All candidates receive a certificate with their results and are positioned on one of the six levels (A1 to C2) of the competencies scales as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


RATES:    Test of French Knowledge (CIEP)                Mandatory tests : 90 JOD                Optional tests : 50 JOD/test



The TCF IRN is aimed at all foreign nationals over 16 years old who want to confirm their level of French in order to:

  • apply for French nationality;
  • apply for a long-term residence permit;
  • validate A1 level as part of the OFII citizenship process.

Your certificate « TCF candidates to the French nationality » is only valid for requests of French nationality through marriage or naturalization.

FEES: Test of French knowledge for the candidates to the French nationality (CIEP): 100 JOD