Graduation Ceremony for the First Dufle Graduate Teachers in Pakistan

The Alliance Française de Karachi, as a part of its program to promote cultural exchanges and training of French as a Foreign Language teachers, organizes a graduation ceremony for its first batch of graduate teachers in Pakistan.

Thanks to the Embassy of France in Pakistan, 11 Pakistani and French teachers have received funding for this training.

On this occasion, Mrs. Martine HERLEM-HAMIDI, Counselor for Cooperation, Development and Cultural Affairs at the Embassy of France, will present the new graduates with their diplomas.

For one year, teachers from Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi have been studying, mostly online, to get a degree equivalent to a Bachelor of FFL granted by a French University, the University du Maine.



This degree is part of the FFL.PAK (French as a Foreign Language Pakistan) Label defined by the Embassy of France to recognize the qualifications of French teachers.

The criteria for becoming a certified teacher are few but crucial:
- A high proficiency in French language, acknowledged by the DELF diploma (Diplôme d’Etude en Langue française), minimum level B2, issued by the French Ministry of National Education.
- Attendance at regular trainings sponsored by the Embassy of France in Pakistan and held in the Alliances Françaises of the Pakistani network.
- The possession of the French as a foreign language diploma (DUFLE)
- A significant teaching experience

The FFL.PAK label is intended to improve the overall quality of the teaching of French language in Pakistan. The DUFLE Diploma as well as the Label FFL.PAK are open to all teachers of French language in Pakistan in order to give them access to an international recognition of their teaching skills.

Dernière modification : 23/09/2015

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