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Language Centre February-June 2017 courses

13 December 2016

The Language Centre of the University of Groningen will be offering various courses in the February-June 2017 course period: Dutch for non-native speakers, Dutch for native speakers, English, Modern Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication. For many courses, registration is still possible! For further information and registration, please see the corresponding links below.

Office Hour

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.

Dutch courses for new (PhD) students

Please note there are special basic Dutch courses for University of Groningen Bachelor and Master students, PhD students and Postdocs. These course are partly or fully paid for by the University of Groningen! More information about the schedule and enrollment for the Dutch courses for new students and staff.

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