A language assessment determines your language proficiency. You can use the test results to 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 to prove your actual language proficiency to your employer.
After taking the assessment, you will receive a level statement that contains information about your current level according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). A distinction is made between the oral and written skills.
You will automatically be enrolled for the written part when registering for the oral part. This assessment will be offered in an online format.
Dates for the next Dutch assessment are not available at the moment.
This assessment consists of a 15-minute oral test and a 1-hour writing test. 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.
You can pay and register for a Dutch assessment via the webshop and using the schedule at the top of the page and select one of the available time slots. An assessment costs € 85,- and is valid for one year. The reason for this is that your language proficiency might have improved or deteriorated. You can pay for this assessment via our online payment form. If you are dyslectic, extra time to complete the written test can be given.