8 Jan 2017 | Anne Craig, Kickstart School
Want a job, but you need English. Want some friends, but the common language is English. Want to study, but the course is in English. If yes, then you need to learn or improve your English.
25 Oct 2016 | Richard Parkinson, Kickstart School
18 Nov 2015 | Zsuzsa Jónás - Direct Dutch Institute
27 Oct 2015 | By Emma Thomas, Kickstart School
25 Mar 2014 | Kickstart School
Relocating to the Netherlands can be challenging. You have to negotiate visas, registration, insurance, work, and accommodation – all while trying to navigate cultural differences and make new friends. By the time you finally get around to enrolling in a language school, you realise you have missed the starting date for your course!
13 Nov 2013 | Christine Fischer
Learning the language of the country you live in is helpful in feeling fully integrated in your new home. In Omniglot’s article The Importance of Learning the Language in a New Country by Ivana Vitali, the author points out that second language (or 3rd or 4th,for that matter) acquisition helps one in looking for work, making new friends and in simply getting things done.
1 Aug 2013 | British School in the Netherlands
The BSN Language Centre is the specialist in the Hague area for Dutch and English language training for the local & international community of the Hague. Courses are suitable for beginners to more advanced linguists of all ages and are taught by native-speaker teachers who really understand your language learning needs. We have been successful in meeting customers' needs at all levels and interests for language learning for nearly 30 years!
24 Feb 2013 | Direct Dutch Institute
Direct Dutch, one of the oldest language institutes in The Hague, explains why language learning is both a piece of cake and a tough cookie. The learning process is easy and at the same time, complex. A delicious challenge! The good news is that there is no bad news: the basics of Dutch are easy to master, especially for speakers of Germanic languages (such as English and German) and refining this mastery is great fun.
24 Feb 2013 | ACCESS
Linda A. Janssen offers ten reasons why learning at least some Dutch can enhance the expat experience.