Integration Exam 2023 for expats remains at level A2. Implementation of the Civic Integration Law 2021 stagnates and …
At Suitcase talen in Almere you learn Dutch as a second language (NT2) in a well-organized, short and effective course. Learning Dutch at Suitcase talen is intensive and fast. Students call Suitcase talen ‘Best in Almere.’
Students of Suitcase talen in Almere are highly educated expats from all over the world, including Europe.
Some of them want to pass the Civic Integration Exam for a permanent residence permit or Citizenship.
Others want to understand their children who pick up Dutch fast.
Finally, they wish to socialize in Dutch with their colleagues.
Many international companies based in the Netherlands require both English and Dutch language skills.
Firstly, the modular system of the Delft method makes learning Dutch very flexible. You pay per module for 5 weeks. You study with e-learning at home and you have two group conversation classes per week with a teacher online.
Secondly, Delft Method students learn to talk quicker than students of traditional courses. In e-learning, you learn to pronounce, listen, read, and write. In the online conversation class, you speak more Dutch than in any other class.
On condition that you have time to prepare each conversation class for 2 hours twice a week and pass the final test, you can do just one module, some, or all of them.
Suitcase talen classes are online, in the evening hours (CET). A new batch of modules starts every month.
Find a detailed description of each module, its time, and pricing in Courses
Delft method and the Civic Integration Exam
Some students go for the Civic Integration Exam, others have other motives for learning to speak Dutch.
Up to now, all students who did the exam training passed the exam in one go.
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NT2 means Dutch as a second language, Nederlands als Tweede Taal. We all use this abbreviation, but many of us do not …