The exams offered at SFU are intended for students and future students of SFU and UBC. If you are not an applicant to or student at SFU or UBC, please contact the French Alliance in Vancouver or contact us at

Registered candidates will receive COVID-19 safety guidelines and are required to wear masks. 

SFU's DELF-DALF Exam Center offers two exam sessions per year, in March and November.

If you cannot take the exam in March or November at our center, the Alliance française de Vancouver also offers an exam session in June. The University of Victoria also offers two exam sessions (For All) per year, in March (B1 and B2) and June (A2 to C1).

Upcoming exam sessions at SFU

  • B1 - Collective and individual exam on March 9, 2022
  • B2 - Collective exam on March 10, individual exam on March 10 or 12, 2022
  • C1 - Collective exam on March 11, individual exam on March 11 or 12, 2022

Whenever possible, we will try to schedule your individual speaking test on the same day as the group tests.  If the number of candidates does not allow us to schedule the individual tests the same day as the group tests, your individual test may be scheduled another day either before the group tests or after the group tests on the Saturday or within two weeks of the group tests. For example, some DALF C1 individual tests may be scheduled the Saturday after the DALF C1 group tests on Friday or some DELF B2 individual tests may scheduled on the Wednesday before the DELF B2 group tests on the Thursday.

The schedules will be confirmed once registration is closed.  

The number of spots for each exam is limited. If there are no more spots available or if it is past the registration deadline, contact


The location, dates, times and rooms of the exams will be sent to candidates by email.

Note: The exam sessions generally take place on one of the campuses: SFU SurreySFU Vancouver (Harbour Centre) or SFU Burnaby.  The location is confirmed before registration begins.  










Your spot will be confirmed only after registration and payment of exam fees.

Can anyone take the exam?

Exams offered by the SFU DELF-DALF Examination Center are intended for current or future students at SFU or UBC.

The DELF tout public and the DALF are intended for adults and young adults whose first language is not French (born in a non French-speaking country and not in possession of a teaching certificate for secondary or postsecondary) and are seeking an assessment of their language proficiency for personal or professional reasons.

Candidates can take the same exam as many times as necessary, until they pass.
However, if you already obtained a diploma and want to take the same level exam again, you must agree to have your previous diploma revoked. A written statement is required before taking the exam. Once your previous diploma revoked, whether you pass or fail the exam subsequently, your previous diploma will no longer be valid.