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Dutch Courses Groningen

Are you looking for Dutch courses in Groningen? We have selected several good Dutch classes in the area of Groningen. All schools are offering individual dutch courses or if you prefer dutch courses in groups. Perfect way to meet fellow expats in Groningen.
Dutch Courses Groningen
Education: Dutch Courses Groningen

Groningen Dutch Language Schools

Flowently - Dutch courses

With Flowently you can learn Dutch with a private tutor in a fun and practical way. Meet up in a cafe in town and learn Dutch over a cup of coffee. Want to improve your shopping skills or prepare for your civic integration exam or go on a cultural tour? Available in 100 cities, 7 days a week, live and online sessions. We offer in-company training as well.

University of Groningen

Highly qualified and experienced teachers who care about your learning process. We aim to excel in e-learning: our Introduction to Dutch MOOC on Futurelearn has been followed by over 200,000 students so far. Courses start throughout the year, also during the summer. The course books written by our teachers are used throughout the country

Dutch Language School for Adults (DLSA)

We offer Dutch courses for beginners and advanced adult language learners, such as parents and teachers of ISG students, PhD candidates and partners of RUG staff, expats in the North of the Netherlands and others interested. 

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Intensive dutch courses in Groningen

Choose between intensive dutch course or a more relaxed course in Groningen. Whatever you choose learning dutch through a dutch language school will keep you motivated and offers you the fastest way of becoming a true dutch speaker.

Speaking dutch a necessity?

Is speaking Dutch a necessity in The Netherlands? In the larger cities the Dutch speak very good English and you will get by without a problem. Doing your shopping without knowing the basics of talking Dutch isn't going to be a problem. But if you are staying for a longer period you do not have to feel excluded or disrespectful and have more choice for jobs, education, entertainment, friends, or business opportunities.