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If you've ever contemplated learning Dutch efficiently, Regina Coeli, affectionately known as 'the Nuns of Vught,' might be the key to unlocking fluency. Renowned for its intensive language courses, Regina Coeli offers a full-immersion experience that significantly accelerates the language-learning process. The private lessons with native speakers, diverse learning materials, and an immersive environment characterize this renowned language institute.
Dutch people go by bike to work, school, the pub, the sports club, you name it. And you’ll generally find them cycling through any kind of weather. A heavy downpour doesn’t stop the Dutch (and the expats who have also adopted the habit) from hopping on their bikes. How do they manage?
Would you like to join us for an ice cream? Not many people would turn down that offer. And how would you react if you were asked: ‘Would you like to learn Dutch with us?’ Chances are you’d have to think about that a little more and all sorts of doubts would pop up in your head. If you can really enjoy ice cream, then you have everything you need to learn Dutch well. Read on!
When you’ve just arrived in the Netherlands, you face an important decision: are you going to learn Dutch? And when will you do that: right away or after you settle in a bit?
When you zoom in on language, you find that a multitude of languages are spoken in the Netherlands. Recent research has shown that 25% of adults here prefer to speak a language other than Dutch at home.If you aren’t required to learn Dutch, you can generally get by with English. An important question then is: is your English and that of your conversation partners up to scratch? And you could also ask yourself whether you’re comfortable not being able to understand and speak Dutch.
The High Tech Campus in Eindhoven has been called the smartest square kilometre in Europe. To make the area even smarter, Language Institute Regina Coeli (‘the Nuns of Vught’) will be kicking off Dutch courses on location as of January 2023. The aim is to make learning the language and culture more accessible for the many expats—and their partners—who live and work in the Brainport region.