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EXAMS AND
CERTIFICATIONS

Take a diploma with CREIPAC, official examination centre

The TCF IRN was designed for people who need to prove a level of French as part of a Contract of Republican Integration, an application for long-term residence or an application to acquire French nationality.

The TCF Tout Public is a language level test that assesses the general language skills of non-native speakers of French.

The TCF Québec meets the needs of a person who plans to begin permanent immigration procedures for Quebec.

The TCF Canada is a French language test that meets the standards of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

The DELF and DALF are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education to certify the French language skills of foreign candidates and French nationals from a non-French-speaking country who do not hold a French public secondary or higher education diploma.

Le DAEFLE atteste de vos compétences à enseigner le français à des publics non francophones.

IRN TCF

FRENCH LANGUAGE TEST :
Intégration, Residence et Nationality

The IRN TCF is intended for any foreigner over 16 years of age wishing to validate their level of French for : 

– an application for French nationality;

an application for a long-term resident’s card 

– a validation of the A1 level in the context of the OFII citizen’s course.

The TCF Integration, Residence and Nationality meets the provisions:

Decree n°2016-1456 of 28 October 2016 and the Order of 21 February 2018 of the Ministry of the Interior concerning the test of knowledge of the French language for applicants for a long-term resident’s card;

-the decree of 30 December 2019 of the Ministry of the Interior concerning the test of knowledge of the French language for applicants for the acquisition of French nationality.

The TCF IRN can also be used to validate the A1 level (OFII citizen course)

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document
Payment

You will receive an invitation 15 days before the examination date. The results will be available one month later.

HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF?

By following our group courses
By taking a private lesson
Resources :
Radio France International: listening comprehension activities,
TV5 Monde : online activities, FEI 

TCF TOUT PUBLIC

Test de Connaissance du Français tout public

The TCF Tout Public (TCF TP) is aimed at anyone aged 16 or over for whom French is not their mother tongue and who wishes, for academic (students, future students, trainees, etc.), professional (employees or future employees) or personal reasons, to have their level of French assessed.

For more information, go to FEI / TCF TP

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document
Payment

You will receive an invitation 15 days before the examination date. The results will be available one month later.

HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF?

By following our group courses
By taking a private lesson
Resources
Radio France International : listening comprehension activities,
TV5 Monde : online activities, FEI 

TCF QUEBEC

Test de Connaissance du Français Québec

The TCF for Quebec is intended for anyone 16 years of age or older, regardless of nationality or mother tongue, who needs to certify his or her level of French as part of a permanent immigration procedure to Quebec and who, as a result, must file an immigration file with the Ministère de l’immigration, de la Francisation et de l’intégration (MIFI) of Quebec.

For more information, go to FEI / TCF Québec 

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document
Payment

You will receive an invitation 15 days before the examination date. The results will be available one month later.

HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF?

By following our group courses
By taking a private lesson
Resources
Radio France International : listening comprehension activities,
TV5 Monde : online activities, FEI 

TCF CANADA

Test de connaissance du Français Canada

The TCF for Canada is intended for anyone 16 years of age or older, regardless of nationality or mother tongue, who needs to certify his or her level of French in order to immigrate to Canada for economic reasons or to obtain Canadian citizenship and who must therefore submit a file to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

For more information, go to FEI / TCF CANADA 

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document
Payment

You will receive an invitation 15 days before the examination date. The results will be available one month later.

HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF?

By following our group courses
By taking a private lesson
Resources
Radio France International : listening comprehension activities,
TV5 Monde : online activities, FEI 

DELF/DALF

Diplômes officiels de Français Langue Etrangère

The DELF and DALF are official diplomas in French as a foreign language (FLE) issued by the French Ministry of Education. They are valid for life and are internationally recognised. 
The DELF is composed of 4 independent diplomas corresponding to the levels of the CECRL: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1 and DELF B2. 
The DALF consists of 2 independent diplomas corresponding to the advanced levels of the CECRL:
DALF C1 and DALF C2.

For more information, go to FEI 

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document
Payment

You will receive an invitation 15 days before the examination date. The results will be available one month later.

HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF?

CREIPAC offers sessions of 
10-hour preparation sessions for the DELF/DALF.
You can also take a private course.
Ressources: Radio France International.

Listening comprehension activities,
TV5 Monde: online activities, FEI 

DAEFLE

Official diploma of competence to teach French

The DAEFLE certifies your ability to teach French to non-French speakers.  
3 steps to follow: 
1/ Take an online access test (4 tests organised each year)
2/ Register with the CNED to follow a training course (2 training sessions each year)
3/ Take the final exam at CREIPAC (2 exam sessions each year)

DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE

Registration form, completed, dated and signed
Identity document

Notification of completion of the 6 modules
Rules

1. ACCESS TEST

The access test is done online, from your home.

Duration : 35 minutes

To register, go to theAlliance Française de Paris 

2. TRAINING WITH THE CNED

LEARNING COURSE

The Alliance Française de Paris, in partnership with the CNED, offers a professional training course.

Once the registration and access test have been validated, you will receive your training manuals. It is imperative that you complete the microtasks available on your CNED space to then access the final exam. 

For more information, click here

3. FINAL EXAM

FINAL EXAM AT CREIPAC

You will receive a convocation about 15 days before the date of the exam. Results according to the calendar announced by the Alliance française de Paris.

Fee: 38 000 F CFP