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Disciplinary package Dutch Language, Culture and Communication

Coordinator: Christa van Mourik 
(christa.vanmourik@ru.nl)
Open to: International students from all faculties of Radboud University
Entry requirements:

See individual course descriptions

Contents

In the minor in Dutch Language, Culture and Communication, you will delve into various aspects of Dutch language and culture.

If you choose this disciplinary package, you can choose 20 EC worth of courses from the following list:

Code

Course

Period

Number of EC

Language proficiency courses

To meet the entry requirement (Dutch level A1) of the language proficiency courses within this minor, students can make use of the possibility to attend two (social) Dutch course for free prior to taking these more advanced courses. For more information about Social Dutch, please check the website of in'to languages.

LET-LETMI-DLCC02

The Dutch Language

Note: The target language of this course is Dutch; Dutch is therefore the main language of instruction. You are therefore encouraged to speak Dutch as much as possible during lectures and group assignments.

1 5
LET-LETMI-DLCC03

The Dutch Identity

Note: The target language of this course is Dutch; Dutch is therefore the main language of instruction. You are therefore encouraged to speak Dutch as much as possible during lectures and group assignments.

2 5
LET-LETMI-DLCC01 Dutch (Business) Culture and Labour Market

Note: The target language of this course is Dutch; Dutch is therefore the main language of instruction. You are therefore encouraged to speak Dutch as much as possible during lectures and group assignments.
3&4 5


English or German-taught courses

The following courses are taught in English – and in one case German – and focus on topics that are closely linked to the theme of this minor, like Dutch art  and history or contemporary debates about democratic politics in the Netherlands, but also on more general topics like multilingualism or intercultural communication.

LET-CIWB152-IBC Intercultural Communication* 1 / 3 / 4 5
LET-LETMI-TH11 Theme course: Multilingualism in Europe 1 5
SOW-SOB2040 Political change and opposition 4 6


Dutch-taught courses

The following Dutch-taught courses are also open to Lingua Receptiva students (“luistertaal”). Lingua Receptiva means that students who have sufficient receptive knowledge of Dutch to be able to read texts and follow lectures, but whose speaking and writing skills in Dutch might not be good enough, are given the opportunity to do the assignments, presentations, (oral) exams and assignments in English. So for example, in case of an exam the questions are in Dutch but you may answer them in English. If you are interested and think you have sufficient receptive skills, please contact the coordinator of that course. Click here for a receptive skills test Dutch.

LET-NTCB130 Taal, Communicatie en Media 1 5
SOW-SOB1001 Inleiding Sociologie 1 6
LET-TWB129 Fonetiek 1&2 5
LET-TWB135 Taalanalyse 1&2 5
LET-TWB121 Taalkundige databestanden 1&2 5
LET-CIWB152 Interculturele communicatie* 3 / 4 5
LET-TWB116 Semantiek 3&4 5
LET-TWB133N Van woord tot zin 3&4 5
MAN-BCU282A Nederlandse Politiek in Vergelijkend Perspectief 3&4 6

* You can only take one of the two courses marked with an *. Furthermore, you are only allowed to register for this course once a semester. If you register for this course in period 3, you are not allowed to register again in period 4 of the same academic year.

Please note: It is not possible to account for each student’s timetable when scheduling the courses for the disciplinary package. This means you will only be able to take a course if your timetable permits. If you encounter any difficulties planning which minor courses to take, please consult you study advisor.