Would you like to speak or improve your Dutch or English? This summer too, Utrecht Summer School offers you the possibility to follow one or more intensive Dutch or English language courses, for both beginning and advanced students. Ranging from everyday use of the language to its use in academia. Or start learning Chinese online.
4 course(s) found
Dutch Language for German Speakers (A0 → B2)
Are you a German speaker who’s looking to learn Dutch quickly and effectively? Are you planning to work in the Netherlands in the near future? Our intensive Dutch Language Course for German Speakers will help you master the Dutch language and culture in just four weeks. In a small class of up to 16 students and under the guidance of a qualified trainer you will quickly improve your Dutch language skills up to intermediate level (B2). You’ll…
Beginners Dutch course - part 1 (A0 → A1-)
Would you like to be able to speak Dutch in shops and cafes? Do you enjoy having small conversations with Dutch natives? This course is designed for beginners with no prior knowledge of Dutch. In a small class of up to 18 students and under the guidance of a qualified trainer you will learn to communicate in Dutch at an elementary level. By the end of the course you’ll be able to introduce yourself, make an appointment or order a drink, and you’…
Beginners Dutch course - part 2 (A1- → A1+)
Would you like to improve your comprehension of Dutch and express yourself better? This course will help you expand your vocabulary and knowledge of grammar, and develop your reading, listening, writing and speaking skills. In a small class of up to 18 students and under the guidance of a qualified trainer you will advance in your learning quickly and effectively.
Survival Dutch (A0 → A1-)
Would you like to be able to manage everyday situations in the Netherlands and understand the Dutch culture better? In this course, you will learn about some basic skills in Dutch, for instance, how to introduce yourself. There is also a focus on Dutch culture. How do Dutch people treat each other? What does Dutch food culture look like? What do Dutch people do in their free time? What is expected of you at university and at work? The focus of…