DELF preparation
A2, B1 and B2


We offer preparation sessions for the DELF A2, B1 and B2 exams, during which you will be able to practise your oral, written and production comprehension skills using sample subjects (mock exams with annotated answers).
You will also be able to familiarise yourself with techniques designed to improve the presentation of written production tests (letter, article, essay) or oral production tests (argumentative presentation, answers to examiners' questions).


The main aim is to prepare candidates methodologically for the DELF A2, B1 and B2 exams. 


DELF preparation course
4 hours / week
On line
Tuesday and Thursday 2pm - 4pm
A2 to B2
From €130

Further information

Course duration
2 weeks

Number of hours and course timetables
8 hours (4 sessions of 2 hours)
Classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 14:00 to 16:00, prior to exam sessions.

The maximum number of students is between 7 and 15.

Registration procedures and deadline
The registration deadline is 7 days before the start of the course.
Enrolment is only valid if the student has completed the level test at least 6 days before the start of the course.
If the registration deadline has passed, places may still be available. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Zoom online courses

A choice of materials taken from annals published by France Éducation International; recommendation and summary sheets, tool sheets. Wide choice of varied authentic documents relating to current affairs, culture and contemporary French society, selected and taught by the teacher to resemble authentic subjects.

A student visa is essential for non-European students coming to study in France. It authorises you to enter France.

If you wish to study for more than three months in France, you will need to apply for a long-stay visa for studies from the French consular services before your departure. We recommend that you register for our courses at least 8 weeks before your arrival in France. As soon as we receive your enrolment form, we will issue you with a certificate of enrolment, which you will need to apply for your visa.

A minimum number of hours per week (15 hours) is required to obtain a visa, you must therefore be enrolled on the intensive course for at least four months as well as additional workshops (if you need more than 20 hours per week).

CAUTION: A tourist visa is valid for 3 months only and you will be obliged to leave France on its expiry date. This visa does not entitle you to a "student" residence permit.

PMore information about issuing visas for France

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