Dutch for NT2 State Exam I
|All lessons of VU-NT2 will be given online from Wednesday 16 December, via zoom for Education. This is the result of the corona measures (lockdown) by the Dutch government.|
This course is not available in period 3 (16 February - 15 April 2021).
Are you educated to pre-university level* and would you like to learn the Dutch language during the day alongside your job, work placement of voluntary work? The daytime practice-study course enables you to combine that very well and gives you an opportunity to put your Dutch into practice straight away. In combination with your Dutch-language job or work placement and seven to ten hours of self-study per week, you will be learning Dutch full-time. In four nine-week modules, with two group sessions per week, you will learn to speak, write, read and listen to CEFR level B1 within one year. You can join at level A0 or A1. After an individual intake test, we will decide which modules you can start in: A0, A1, A2, up to B1.
Dutch up to B1 for working people
This daytime practice-study course is ideal if you work in a Dutch-language setting during the day and would like to do a Dutch course alongside that. You can put what you learn into practice at work straight away.
Dutch up to B1 for civic-integration candidates
This practice-study course is also ideal if you wish to learn Dutch to complete your civic integration and would like to do the NT2 State Exam with a DUO loan. The practical assignments your teacher sets you will enable you to become acquainted with the Dutch labour market and communicate more comfortably in Dutch at work or on your work placement.
* completed secondary education, comparable to the Dutch havo/vwo
Other VU-NT2 group courses in Dutch
Perhaps you would prefer an intensive daytime course (to level B2), a Saturday course (to level A2) or an evening course (to level B2)? Take a look at Daytime course in Dutch for the NT2 State Exam Programme II, Dutch for work and study or Everyday Dutch.