Other exams prepared at the EPBI
DELF and DALF
(Diploma in French and National Diploma in Advanced French)
The DELFand DALFare the only official diplomas delivered by the French National Education Ministry for the learning of French as a foreign language. They follow the 7 language levels set by the CEFR (Common European Framework Reference) from A1.1 to C2.
They are valid for life and have international recognition. They officially validated and assess the level of French as a foreign language within education.
The DELF Primary is adapted for 7 to 11 year olds in primary.
The DELF Primary consists of 3 levels : A1.1, A1 and A2.
This certification is based on positive evaluation and is perfect to help stimulate the motivation of children learning French as a foreign language.
The DELF Junior is suitable for 12 to 18 year olds who attend secondary school or sixth form.
The DELF Junior consists of 4 levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2.
This represents an important learning stage for a teenager in order to validate their acquisition skills in French.
Each level consists of 4 exam papers, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, speaking and writing.
The DELE ( Spanish as a foreign language) attests the degree of competence a student has for the Spanish language. It is for people living in a country where Spanish is not the mother tongue.
These diplomas are recognised not only by official bodies that are established in Spanish speaking countries but also by companies, teaching bodies and universities throughtout the world.
ZD – ZMP
The ZD (Zertifikat Deutsch) is considered to be a good attestation of a knowledge of basic written and spoken German taking into account both comprehension as well as expression.
The ZMP (Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung) attests a very advanced levl of written and spoken German. Having this certificate means that in numerous universities, students are exempt from passing a language entrance exam.
The ZD & the ZMP are recognised throughtout the world by companies and numerous German universities as an “Entrance Pass”.