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Update COVID-19

12 March 2020

On this page you can read everything you need to know about our courses and services in times of COVID-19.


You can reach us by phone or visit the Support Office of the Language Centre at the following times:

  • Tuesday 12:00-16:00
  • Thursday 12:00-16:00

You can also always contact us by e-mail.

  • Language Centre Support Office
    First floor of the Harmonie building (wing 1315, room 0129)
    Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26, Groningen
    +31 50 363 5802
  • E-mail: languagecentre

University Translation and Correction Service

The University Translation and Correction Service (UVC) is open online and processes all requests and assignments by email (

Group courses and tailor-made courses

Currently, enrolment for the courses below is open. View all courses via the links below, you will find the corresponding timetables in our course catalogue.

Read everything about our online training courses here. Here you can also find information on the possiblities of our online tailor-made training courses.

Office hours

All of our office hours are held by telephone or Google Meet. You can book your appointment online. Check all the information about our office hours here.

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