Dutch as a Second Language
The Academic Language Centre provides a wide range of courses in Dutch as a Second Language. The courses differ in level, content and frequency.
- General Dutch Language Courses
- Basic Dutch for international students
- Preparatory course for the Staatsexamen NT2 Programme II
- Dutch for native speakers of German
- Dutch for Prospective Students
- Dutch for IBP FSW Students 2013-2014
These courses focus on all language skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading. Grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary are comprehensively discussed. The courses are practical and are aimed at making use of the language.
This course prepares students for the Staatsexamen NT2 Programme II. They will practise for the state exam by using examples from sample test papers.
This is a short intensive course aimed at native speakers of German. Covering four levels in 4 weeks, this course is particularly suitable for students who are preparing for a degree programme in Psychology at Leiden University.
The DutchPlus courses are advanced courses which are aimed at improving one specific language skill:
Prospective students with a non-Dutch secondary education background must have a good command of Dutch before they are allowed to study at bachelor level at Leiden University. Read more
The Academic Language Center will organise two Dutch courses for beginners especially for IBP FSW students on Tuesday and Friday, from 10 December 2013 - 18 April 2014. You can register for the courses before 5 December 2013 through the following link: enrolment