E-learning: Dutch as a second language
Is Dutch not your mother tongue and do you want to learn or improve the language? Does one of our day or evening courses not fit your schedule? Or do you simply prefer to work on your Dutch language skills at your own pace and at a time of your choosing?
A Dutch as a second language e-learning module might be something for you. You will work remotely on your language skills via the virtual classroom and with the personal assistance of a teacher.
A Dutch e-learning module is available for different levels, from beginners to advanced.
Who might benefit from a Dutch e-learning module?
Everyone who wants to improve their Dutch.
What do you learn when taking this e-learning module?
This partly depends on your level and learning objectives. Before starting you will have an interview with an experienced teacher who will look at your current level and goals. Based on this, we will tailor a fitting programme.
At any rate, the module is guaranteed to improve your Dutch communication skills. All skills will be given at least some attention: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Depending on your wishes, we will focus more on one or more of the skills. We will also go into grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, as well as Dutch habits and customs.
What you can expect
With this e-learning module you will learn remotely and with the personal assistance of a teacher. Through the use of online tools and the virtual classroom, you get the best of both worlds. On the one hand, the freedom to learn wherever you want, and on the other hand the luxury of having a teacher who motivates and guides you when needed.
- Online learning environment and virtual classroom made possible by Radboud University
- Available at any place and time and on any device
- Everything at your fingertips and no additional costs for learning materials
- Effective teaching
- Certificate when finished
E-learning: Dutch as a second language is also available for group courses. The next start dates are 31 March (full!), 21 April and 11 May.
Would you like to have more information or like to request a proposal for this e-learning module? Please contact our tailor-made department.