The BSN Language Centre offers Dutch courses for adults from Beginner to Upper Intermediate level. The focus of the lessons is on conversation skills and the Dutch culture is an integrated part of the lessons.
- Courses start in Autumn & Spring.
- Levels: Beginner to Upper Intermediate (B2)
- Courses during the day or in the evenings
- At the BSN Language Centre or the Estate
- Lessons per week: 1 lesson of 2 hours
- Number of lessons per course: 8 - 10 lessons
- Minimum age: 16
Please visit one of our Registration Mondays to assess your current level of Dutch or if you are a complete beginner you can sign up straight away.
Appointment to register Prices - Timetable - Dates
Note for parents of British School pupils: see Gateway for Dutch courses for parents.
Reasons to Join
Students looking into language learning options typically choose the BSN Language Centre for the following reasons:
- Flexible course types
NT2 exam preparation
Online Dutch for Beginners to Beginners Plus
- Wide variety of times
Daytime & evening
- Different locations
BSN Language Centre, Leidschenveen
The Estate’ – Zein Childcare Centre in Benoordenhout
- Native-speaker and highly-qualified teachers
Our commitment to excellence is evident from your first contact with the Language Centre. Through level testing and a detailed interview, we will advise you of the most suitable courses to meet your learning goals. Add to this the BSN Language Centre’s excellent track record, personal approach, with plenty of practice opportunities and cultural immersion, and you are guaranteed to make huge progress!
Here is what two of our students had to share about the BSN Language Centre:
- ‘I am so pleased that I made the effort to take a Dutch course when I arrived here. The BSN Language Centre has been brilliant, not only did I pick up the language but I made new friends at the same time too.’ Matthieu
- ‘The Dutch textbooks are easy to use. I love that our group discusses everything from recipes, to our children, to telling the time, and I also found the topic of Dutch etiquette to be really helpful.’ Lisa