D-teach is a recognized CNaVT exam centre!

You don’t always have time and space to attend extended Dutch classes, but you still might want the possibility to register for a Dutch speaking college or university. That’s why D-Teach offers a complete course, preparing you for the CNaVT language exam. The classes take place over the course of one school year, in which you’ll be ultimately prepared for the B2- or the C1-exam. Even taking the exam is included in your curriculum. If things must go fast, we are very happy to create personalized goals to fit your needs.

During the courses, we’ll check which exam you should take, based on a preliminary test and your future academic interests. You can choose a B2-exam ‘business professional’, aimed at people entering the health care sector or administrative functions; a B2-exam ‘educational preparation’, preparing you to register for a Dutch speaking college or university. Finally, we also have a C1-exam ‘educational professional’, extending your knowledge of the Dutch language.

The CNaVT exam is organised by The Language Union and The Centre for Language & Education of the University of Leuven. The abbreviation CNaVT means Certificate for Dutch as a Foreign Language.
D-teach organises, besides the preliminary courses, the exam in our own offices in Ghent. The exam will take place on May 12, 2020.

The certificate the students earn is recognised by colleges and universities as proof of competence of Dutch language skills. Our classes are drafted in such a way that the skills you need as a student are at the centre of our focus, namely structural and intense reading, reading – and speaking skills.

The courses are fully tailormade by your personal teacher.
The courses consist of:

  • Preliminary testing with analysis
  • All preliminary classes
  • Independent assignments
  • Test exam
  • The oral and written CNaVT-exams (1 day, in Ghent)


A teacher speaking

Learning a strange language isn’t just vocabulary but learning how to think differently about things. The things people use language for or what people want to with language differs from person to person. That is exactly what makes our online classes so enticing. Using online classes, I prepare the student for the exam with a focus on contextualising. We pay a lot of attention to the necessary language skills needed to function in certain situations, e.g.the workplace, a class environment…
During the online classes, we use relevant, realistic cases and examples from daily practice. (Steffi, 2019)




Would you like more information or a free try-out class? Contact us at info@d-teach.comand our pedagogical coordinator will get in touch with you.


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