Nearly 10 million Canadians speak French
According to Statistics Canada’s 2011 Census of Population, approximately 10 million people reported being able to speak in French. Of these, 7.9 million people reported they speak French at home on a regular basis.
In recent years, there has been a slight decline in Canada of Canadians (outside of Quebec) who are fluent in French. However, with a strong government mandate, and companies continually seeking employees who are able to communicate in both English and French, there are still many reasons why you should consider improving or marketing your French language skills in Canada.
All that you need to know about TEF & TCF
Why learn French?
Are you interested in Learning French?
Do you have a passion for languages?
Do you wish to acquire language skills and portray mastery in it?
Would you also want to get your skills certified through an Examination?
If your requirement is one of the above do write to us about your interests and we would make your dreams realise.
Types of TEF exams:
TEF for studies (To study in France)
TEF for Naturalization, i.e., TEF ANF (To get the French citizenship)
TEF for the resident Card (to get a resident card in France)
TEF Canada (To Immigrate to Canada and to receive the Canadian citizenship
TEFAQ (To immigrate to Quebec province in Canada).
Types of TCF exams:
TCF – for personal, academic or professional reasons
TCF DAP (For study in France especially as a first-year undergraduate (license 1)
TCF for French nationality (to settle in France)
TCF Canada (for permanent residence in Canada)
TCF for Quebec (For PR in Québec province in Canada)
The TEF, TEFAQ and TCF results are valid for two years from the date you took the test.