For example, the Diplôme du Français Professionnel B2 Affaires proves that you are capable of handling complex situation in everyday life as well as in a professional environment. The DFP Juridique (B2), on the other hand, proves that the candidate not only masters French in routine situations within a judicial employment but is also familiar with legal terminology. However, one must emphasise that the test is a language test and not a legal examination.
Candidates, including external candidates, may register for any of the exams. Only the DFP Affaires C2-Diplom requires a successfully passed DFP Affaires C1 exam as an entry requirement.