French as a Second Language (FSL) proficiency preparation programs are targeted at helping non-native French speakers prepare for specific French proficiency tests. Proof of French proficiency--such as Diplôme Approfondi en Langue Française (DALF), and the Test d'évaluation du français (TEF)--are required by most francophone educational institutions for international student admission. French proficiency preparation programs are targeted towards specific tests, and can give students great advantages in directed study. Which French proficiency preparation program is right for you will depend on which test you need to pass. French proficiency preparation programs are usually offered by community colleges, universities and private language institutes.
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University of Saskatchewan Language Centre The full time program at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Language Centre has six levels of academic English. ...
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