Online Dutch B1 > B1/B2
|Duration:||10 weeks (8 with supervision).|
|Studyload:||8 to 10 hours of self-study per week and 3 interactive group sessions during 8 weeks.|
|Audience:||Participants at Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) level B1: you are able to communicate in Dutch, although you still make mistakes. You understand 60 to 70% of the content of TV programmes. You can write comprehensible texts, although they may contain grammar errors and errors in word choice. Determine your level easily yourself here. This course is not reimbursed by DUO.|
The Online Dutch B1>B1/B2 course is a fully online course in basic Dutch which takes participants from CEFR level B1 to B1/B2. The course is aimed at anyone at a lower intermediate level who wants to improve their level in reading, listening, writing and speaking in Dutch.
Read everything on the structure and content of these courses on the general page of Online Dutch.
The online Dutch course is based on Nederlands op niveau, a complete textbook for Dutch as a second language. It is linked to an extensive website for highly educated non-native speakers. In this Online Dutch course, you will work through chapters 1 to 3 of Nederlands op niveau.
In this course, the first half of the book Nederlands op niveau is covered.
Nederlands op niveau
B. de Boer and R. Ohlsen (Coutinho, 2015, 2nd edition)
Prijs: € 42.95
Schedule and registration
View the schedule and registration in our course catalogue.
Determine your level
Considering that it is important that you register for the right course, we recommend that you easily determine your Dutch language level yourself. You can do this by taking one of the three following tests. In this way, you will know for sure that you are starting your Online Dutch course at the right level!
Determine the starting level of a language training online and in your own time with the placement test!
The DIALANG test is a language test developed by multiple European universities. The test does not replace advice given after the office hour, however; it is merely for your own reference. The test indication is described in terms of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). This is a reference framework developed by the Council of Europe that provides a basis for comparing language proficiency levels and interpreting test scores.
Self-evaluate your language skills tool
The 'Self-evaluate your language skills' tool helps you to assess your level of proficiency according to six reference levels described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
|Last modified:||03 May 2021 1.26 p.m.|