If your Dutch is at the B1 level, then you are ready to take an advanced course. Our advanced courses will help you progress to the B2 level, the level required for the State Exam NT2-2.
Are you planning to sit for the State Exam NT2-2 any time soon? Would you like to take a course that focuses on preparing for this exam? Then our Standard Advanced – The Final course is the perfect choice for you.
Do you want to deepen your knowledge of the Dutch language and progress to B2 or even higher? Do you have an academic background or interests? Or do you have experience with the ‘Codeplus’ teaching method? Then opt for our Advanced Plus – Codeplus 4 course.
Is your Dutch already at the B2 level? NedLes offers Upper Advanced courses that will allow you to progress to the C1 level. This is the highest language proficiency level, close to the level of fluency of university-level native speakers.
Our Upper advanced courses are taught using the ‘Nederlands naar perfectie’ method. Chapters 1 to 4 are covered in the first course. The second course focuses on chapters 5 to 8. Both courses have the same level of difficulty and don’t have to be taken in a specific order.
Note: Are you an advanced speaker of Dutch with a medical background? We offer a course that prepares you for the general knowledge and skills test (AKV) for medical professions.
See a list of all our Upper advanced courses here.
Need help deciding? Contact us for a free and no-obligation intake interview.
Introduce yourself. What are your hobbies, where do you go to work or school, what does your family look like. In this conversation you also understand what Dutch people tell about their life.
Furthermore, it is also very practical:
Google maps is helpful, but asking for directions is much more fun! You will also be able to explain to others how they can get to your house. For coffee with a cookie. Did you know that coffee with a cookie means you only get one cookie? Go on, laugh about it!
What if you get lost?
You obviously want to be able to order something at a cafe or a restaurant. Or be able to talk about traditional Dutch meals. Maybe even understand the recipe for pepernoten!
'Waiter! Can I have a coke, a whistle and a wine?'
Every culture has their own customs. You will hear more about it! And if you would like to, you can come to the many different activities organised by NedLes. Singing in the pub together, a trip to the museum or into the polder.
Are you in?