MORE than les | Dutch In-company Courses
Dutch Courses @TQ

3rd Semester Dutch Courses

Would you like to improve your Dutch skills?
Then check our upcoming courses here!


The duration of each course is 8 lessons and the upcoming semester has 1 week vacation in between.
The courses start on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 21st/22nd of January 2020,
and they end on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 17th/18th of March 2020.
The courses are from 17:30-19:00 or from 19:00-20:30, depending on your level.

Maybe you already did a course in the 2nd semester, and you want to continue improving your Dutch!

To find your next course, you can check which chapters you covered last semester. Then find the course level that covers the next chapters, and you know which follow-up course to sign up for!

Not sure what level you are?

Sneak preview of an in-company class

What does a ‘normal’ in-company class look like with MORE than les? Put a group of expats, a whiteboard, a Dutch book
and a qualified fun teacher in the office and there you go!

MORE fun outside

When the weather is nice in Amsterdam, it’s mandatory to move class outside.

MORE certificates

We know how tough it can be to have a Dutch class during or after work. Therefore, we include lots of games and activities
in our classes. And of course a certificate at the end!

MORE borrels & gezelligheid

Don’t forget to make your homework, because no homework means €2,- in the class wallet. After class, we will go and have a drink
from the money we collected. And yes, you need to order in Dutch: “Mag ik een biertje?”

Inburgeringsexamen or Staatsexamen

At MORE than les, we have teachers who are or have been ‘staatsexamen’ examinators. When there is an employee who needs to pass their ‘inburgeringsexamen’ or ‘staatsexamen’, we can help guide your employee in this process.

Would you like to offer a Dutch course at your company as well? Do so and make a huge difference for your employees.

Our clients

We are very glad to have had the opportunity to teach at these companies. Not only do the students learn Dutch from us, but we also learn a lot from our students, due to the opportunities these companies have given us!