Are you an expat or a student who would like to be able to speak Dutch? Would you like to read labels in the supermarket, ask a shop assistant where you can find a particular item or have a chat with your neighbours? And on top of that, would you like to know about typical aspects of Dutch culture, both within and outside the academic world? In that case, the course Social Dutch of Radboud in’t o Languages is just the thing for you. Registration will open soon.
Or are you a beginner and do you want to learn more Dutch up to level A1 or A2? Dutch courses at beginner level (12-18 months 2 evenings a week) will start in October at Radboud In’to Languages. You can register already here!
Dutch courses at Radboud in’to Languages are free of charge for Radboudumc researchers. Half of the course fee will be paid by Radboud University and half should be paid by your department. Check the Radboud In’to Languages website for information. Registration for September starts soon, so please ask your supervisor for permission.
Related news items
Detecting more rare diseases through analysis in three dimensions contributed by Radboudumc, BioProdict and Vartion19 November 2020
Martijn Huijnen, will lead an European Regional Development Fund (EFRO) project entitled "Diagnostics-in-3D".read more
Radboudumc scientists in international list of most cited scientists18 November 2020
The list of the 1 percent most cited scientists of the past ten years contains seventeen scientists who are affiliated with Radboudumc or Radboud University. The list was published by Clarivate Analytics.read more