Registration is now open for the new round of Dutch courses at the Language Centre!
We offer a wide range of courses, which means there is something for everyone. So, whether you need to be able to speak the language for work or want to complete the Dutch integration process, you will always find a course that meets your goals and needs. We even have courses for native Dutch speakers who want to improve their spelling and writing style.
See below for an overview of our courses and for more information about registration dates. You can check the timetables for each course in the course catalogue, which is available on our website. Our lessons take place in a virtual classroom, watch this video to take a peek at these lessons!
We offer general group courses in Dutch at seven different levels, from beginners (0) to advanced (B2/C1). The courses are open to everyone.
Registration for the following levels is open now:
Learn Dutch or improve your Dutch – wherever you are in the world. Our eight-week Online Dutch courses combine independent study with group sessions. These sessions are organized so that they take place at a convenient time, regardless of the time zone you are in.
We offer our Online Dutch courses at eight different levels, from beginners (0) to advanced (C1). The courses start on 6 and 13 May. Registration is open now!
These courses are specially for people who want to pursue a medical career in the Netherlands. In addition to general language skills, we also look at doctor-patient communication. A beginners group (0>A2) will start at the end of March; an advanced group (B1>B2) will start in May. Registration is open now.
We offer Dutch courses at three different levels, from beginners (0) to advanced (B2), for those wanting to complete the Dutch integration process.
In order to register for these courses, you first need to come to the Language Centre for an intake interview. Course participants who have already received a recommendation regarding the course level will receive a separate email in order to be able to register.
This course covers all the aspects of writing good academic texts: paragraph structure, writing style, a focus on the target group and spelling. The course is for native speakers of Dutch and will start on 15 April. Register here!
How do the spellings of verbs work again, with d’s and t’s? And what’s the difference between ‘omdat’ and ‘doordat’? And is it ‘Tweede Kamer’, ‘Tweede kamer’ or just ‘tweede kamer’? Come along to our refresher workshop and brush up your spelling and style in just three hours! This workshop is for native speakers of Dutch.
Due to the linguistic similarities between German and Dutch, we offer special Dutch courses for German speakers. The courses are open to everyone. International students, PhD students and postdocs at the UG can take these courses at the UG’s expense.
There are courses from available from the beginners level (0) to the advanced level (B2). Registration is open.
International students, PhD students and postdocs at the UG can take Dutch courses at the Language Centre at the UG’s expense. UG-funded courses are available from the beginners level (0) to the semi-advanced level (B1). Registration is open.
Are your speaking skills not yet sufficient to progress to a higher level, or do you want to learn to speak Dutch more fluently? Then this is the course for you! The course is open to everyone. International students, PhD students and postdocs at the UG can take this course at the UG’s expense.
This course is available at the semi-advanced level (A2) and the advanced level (B1). Registration is open.
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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