In 2021, our Dutch courses will begin once again at the Language Centre. Registration for these courses is open now! The courses on offer are listed below, the timetables of each course can be consulted via the course catalogue on our website.
Online Dutch courses at eight different levels start in January.
In this comparison grid you can see the exact differences between our interactive online group courses and our Online Dutch courses.
As of January our Dutch civic integration group courses will start:
Registration for ONA is open. If you want to register for one of the language courses, then you must visit the Language Centre for an intake first. Students who already have the right advice will receive a separate email to register.
For native speakers we offer the following courses in 2021:
In February we offer a lot of Dutch group courses for non-native speakers:
All courses are openly accessible to UG staff and students as well as external parties. The UG may reimburse course fees for UG students, PhD students and postdocs.
In February, Dutch courses for University of Groningen international students, PhDs' and postdocs start at four different levels.
We offer conversational Dutch courses for non-native speakers. The UG may reimburse course fees for UG students, PhD students and postdocs.
As it is important you enroll in the course at the right level, we urge to attend the Language Centre office hours, during which your language levels will be briefly assessed. For some courses, visiting the office hour is obligatory. Book your online appointment here.
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