International French Proficiency Exams

These exams have been designed in six levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) in compliance with the Common European Framework (CECRL), and are administered for three age groups – adults, young adults, and children.

Certificates awarded for these exams are accepted by France’s Ministry of Education, and are among the most valid certificates to be presented for registration in French universities, job applications, etc.

DELF and DALF exams have been conducted by the Iran Language Institute in Iran since 1992. Currently, the ILI French Department conducts these exams in four major cities in Iran: Esfahan, Shiraz, Tabriz and Mashhad.


The Iranian Language Center, as the most prestigious, oldest and largest foreign language teaching institute in Iran, has been operating in Tehran since 1304 under the name of the Iran-US Association, and its classes were often held in affiliated centers. Language education "was launched at the crossroads of the Republic in the 1330s