All of our French language courses follow a FLE curriculum.

FLE stands for “Français Langue Étrangère” and is the method used to teach French language in Europe. Students who complete our French language courses have the opportunity to take the DELF exam.

DELF stands for “Diplôme Études en Langue Française.” The DELF is an official qualification awarded by the French Ministry of Education and the only exam internationally recognized to show French language proficiency. It is the only exam recognized to certify French language competency for non native French speakers.

The DELF is divided into 4 independent diplomas that correspond to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. There are 6 different language levels, and students can register and take the exam of their choice according to their level of French. As students progress, can take the next level exam.

At each level of the DELF, students are evaluated on listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Bon Voyage has an agreement with the Alliance Française of Seattle that students can register and take the DELF. The DELF can also be taken at any Alliance Française in the United States and Canada.

Students who take the DELF and pass will receive a diploma that will certify their level of proficiency in the French language.