ADH Geneva and DALF test for French Proficiency.


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I'm applying to ADH for the LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. I am fully proficient in French, having lived in France for 6 years, but I will need to take a French exam proving as much to the admissions committee. The only thing is that registration for the DALF is now closed in my country.

I understand that students can take a French proficiency test upon arrival in Geneva to prove their knowledge of the language - Does anyone have any information on this?

Additionally, I've read that a letter from an employer stating the level of French proficiency can also be used, but there is no information given on the modalities of this. Tips?

Thanks in advance for your help.

I'm applying to ADH for the LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. I am fully proficient in French, having lived in France for 6 years, but I will need to take a French exam proving as much to the admissions committee. The only thing is that registration for the DALF is now closed in my country.

I understand that students can take a French proficiency test upon arrival in Geneva to prove their knowledge of the language - Does anyone have any information on this?

Additionally, I've read that a letter from an employer stating the level of French proficiency can also be used, but there is no information given on the modalities of this. Tips?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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llmgeneva

Regarding letter of the employer (I had one), he just need to state that your working language was French, that you can communicate proficiently and that your professional language is at the high level (legal, economic, etc)

Regarding letter of the employer (I had one), he just need to state that your working language was French, that you can communicate proficiently and that your professional language is at the high level (legal, economic, etc)
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