This established international language school has courses available at all levels including group, semi-private and individual instruction, daytime or evening. Locations: Almere, Amersfoot, Amsterdam, Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Den Bosch, Ede, Eindhoven, Emmen, Enschede, Gronigen, Haarlem, Haarlemermeer, Leiden, Masstricht, Nijmegen, Rotterdam, The Hague, Tilburg, Utrecht, Zaanstad, Zoetermeer and Zwolle. Intensive programmes with certificate upon completion (50 hours in ten weeks) are also offered. Locations: Amsterdam, Arnhem, Papendrecht, Rijswijk, [email protected]| classes at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels are given weekdays in small groups (6-10 students).
Contact: ISO and CEDEO certified language school that offers business language and communication courses. Classes cover conversation, grammar, Dutch culture and traditions.
The teachers are professional and energetic and focus on a practical approach towards learning Dutch. Cost: From 375 euro for a 5-weeks course (31 hours)Contact details: Elandsgracht 70 (Jordaan area), Amsterdam +31 (0) 207371616 | [email protected]| language courses are offered at all levels including general and business, small groups and individual. Group courses begin throughout the year in January, May and September and all courses can be taken during the day or in the evening.
Cost: Course of 25 lessons (2 hours each) costs EUR 510Contact details: Oxford House, N. Voorburgwal 328 E, 1012 RW Amsterdam +31 (0) | [email protected]| nl This centre is a professional training institute with a business focus. Contact details: Hogehilweg 15, 1101 CB Amsterdam Zuidoost +31 (0) | [email protected]| provides customised language, business skills and cultural training at all levels.
9 comments For expats living in the Netherlands, it is essential to learn Dutch in order to integrate successfully.
Additionally, knowledge of the Dutch language is a key part of the civic integration course that most foreigners will have to pass, and can also help your job progress if you're working in the Netherlands.