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Extra courses starting in October/November 2016

20 September 2016

Due to a high level of interest, the University of Groningen Language Centre will be organising extra courses starting in October/November 2016. Please find an overview below. Click on the link to go to the course schedule, where you can register online


Dutch for non-native speakers

English

Modern Foreign Languages

Academic and @Work

Intercultural Communication

Dutch courses for international students and academic staff members

Please note that there are special Dutch courses for University of Groningen Bachelor's and Master's students, and academic staff members. These courses are partly or fully paid for by the University of Groningen! More information about the Dutch courses for international students and staff

Office hours

It is important that you enroll in a course at the right level. Therefore we urge you to have your level tested during our open office hours or to make an appointment. During a short conversation, you will receive advice about the starting level and (if applicable) the intensity of your course. More information about who should visit the office hours

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