Language courses

Dutch Follow up 2 (3,5 ECTS)


Course code



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Course prices

UT-employees: €500

Faculty departments pay an annual fee, so you do not pay yourself. You need permission from your head of department, and an OFI number.
Service departments will be charged with the course price, so you do not pay yourself. You need permission from your head of department, and an OFI number. 

Partners of UT-employees: €500

Non-UT participants: €650
Partners and non-UT participants can use internet payment to pay the course fee.

Group size

Minimum 10 and maximum 15 participants


Qualified teacher of Dutch as a foreign Language

Course materials  

Provided by the TCP Language

Boer de B, Kamp v.d. M, Lijmbach B., Nederlands in Actie, Coutinho 2012, 3e druk, ISBN 978 904 690 298 1


For UT & ITC PhD-candidates, employees (and their partners), who have completed the Follow Up 1 course or a similar course, and whose current level of Dutch is CEF-level A2.


In this follow-up course participants extend their knowledge of Dutch to CEF-level B1.


  • Dutch grammar and conventions;
  • speaking about familiar topics;
  • expressing opinions, plans & wishes;
  • understanding general TV programmes;
  • writing personal letters and short texts; reading media articles.


Attendance at every lesson is essential. The course consists of 52 contact hours, with 2 two-hour sessions per week. Homework is expected to take approximately two hours per lesson. The study load for this course is roughly equivalent to 3.5 ECTS.


Admission is granted on the basis of certificates obtained from earlier language courses; or an intake exam, which can be found in the following link: NT2 Intake exam

Further Information
TCP Language Centre
Support Office
053-489 2040

Sign up for NT2 Dutch Intermediate (B1)

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  • November 2018
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