Dutch for Prospective Students
Prospective students with a non-Dutch secondary educational background must have a good command of Dutch for entry to a bachelor programme at Leiden University. The university provides Dutch courses for these students. Prospective students who already have a command of Dutch can do an entrance exam.
The Language Centre also organises English courses for prospective students who want to enter a degree programme at Leiden University for which English is a requirement. Students doing a degree for which Dutch is the language of instruction also need a good command of English, since most literature is in English.
* Dutch 1+2: September - December
* Dutch 3+4: January - March
* Dutch 5+6: April - June
10 weeks per course, 4 lessons of 3 hours per week. More details will be published on the website.
€1095 per course excl. course books.
You can only register for the course with permission of International Office.
Admission Exams TUL
- Admission Exam TUL Intermediate (previously Exam Dutch 4)
- Admission Exam TUL Advanced (previously Exam Dutch 6)
€100 per exam