The Language Centre of the University of Groningen will be offering various courses in the November-January course period: Dutch for non-native speakers, and regular and intensive English courses. For further information and registration, please see the corresponding links below.
- Online registration opens Tuesday 8 October at 12:00. -
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Dutch courses paid for by the University of Groningen
In November, Dutch courses for University of Groningen students and staff start at four different levels:
Dutch courses for native speakers of German
These courses are specifically developed for native speakers of German, who in general learn Dutch faster than other non-native speakers of Dutch because of linguistic similarities between German and Dutch. We offer them in November at three different levels:
Dutch courses for non-native speakers
At the end of October general Dutch group courses for non-native speakers will start at three different levels:
We also offer a Conversational up to A2 course which is specifically aimed at those who would like some more speaking practice before moving on to a higher level.
General English Skills
We offer General English Skills group courses at six different levels, from pre-intermediate to advanced.Start in November with a regular 7-week course, or in January with an intensive 2-week course.
English Academic Writing Skills
This course will focus on academic writing and, in particular, writing papers in English.Starting date: 20 & 21 November.Level: intermediate & advanced.
Business English - speaking courses
For those who want to increase their confidence in speaking and effectively give presentations or attend meetings in English. This course is offered at intermediate and advanced level.Starting dates: 11 and 14 November
Business English - writing courses
The aim is to help the participants to successfully write emails, policy documents, reports and other business communications. This course is offered at intermediate and advanced level.Starting dates: 13 and 14 November
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