The TCF assesses your competence in French and places you on the scale of CEFR* levels. The result obtained in this test gives you a certificate of level valid for two years.
There are five types of TCF: the General TCF, TCF Québec, TCF Canada, TCF DAP and TCF ANF. We organise several sessions each year.
TCF tout public
The General TCF allows the assessment of your standard of oral and written expression. The questions follow the principle of gradually increasing difficulty.
The TCF Québec is a test of linguistic standard in French, in line with the standards for the Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion (MIDI) within the framework of an immigration application for Québec.
The TCF Canada is a test of linguistic standard in French, in line with the standards for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) within the framework of an immigration application for Canada (expect Québec).
The TCF for Access to French Nationality (TCF ANF) was specifically designed for people applying for French nationality, for any request for French nationality through marriage or naturalisation. It enables the exclusive assessment of oral comprehension and expression in French. The TCF ANF certifies a B1 language level, in compliance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The TCF for Preliminary Admission Application (TCF DAP) is for anyone having applied for preliminary admission to French Universities.
Do not delay, there is a limited number of places per session!
Option 1 | Enroll at Reception
You can enroll directly at the reception of the Alliance Française Kandy. Remember to bring an identity document (identity card or passport).
Option 2 | Enroll Online
You can also enroll through our online enrolment platform.