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16 December 2013

Interested in learning Dutch? Take a Dutch course at the University of Groningen Language Centre.

Dutch courses for new RUG students and staff

New international students and staff members of the University of Groningen are offered basic Dutch courses by the University of Groningen. They can take the course(s) at the Language Centre during their first year. For more information about registration and conditions, please read our pages about Dutch courses for new students and staff carefully!

Dutch courses for non-native speakers

Not only new international students can take Dutch – any interested party can take a Dutch language course at the Language Centre. Please take a look at our overview of Dutch language courses for more information.

If you want to register for a higher level but you have not taken a Language Centre Dutch course before, please attend our Dutch Office Hour first.

Registration

Dutch courses will be starting in January (intensive) and in February 2014. Please register online by clicking on the links in the course schedules.

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