A language assessment determines your language proficiency. You can use the test results to, for example, show your faculty that you meet the language requirements needed for an exchange programme or to apply to a Master’s programme. You can also use the results of this assessment to prove your actual language proficiency to your employer.
This assessment consists of an oral test of 15 minutes and a written test of 1 hour. After processing your results, you will receive a level statement indicating your proficiency according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). A distinction between your oral and written skills will be made.
If the assessment shows that you do not meet the required level yet, you can use the test results to register for a Dutch language course.
Both the oral and written part of the assessment take place on Thursday 16 January 2020. For the oral part an appointment needs to be made via the schedule on our website. Registration for the written part is not required (you are automatically registered for that part when you book an appointment for the oral part). An assessment costs € 85, - and is valid for a period of one year. After all, your language proficiency might have improved or deteriorated. If you are dyslectic extra time to complete the written test can be given. To arrange this, you will have to add a copy of your official statement of special needs to you request via firstname.lastname@example.org