Teaching Italian in the Netherlands
Thread poster: virginia1
virginia1  Identity Verified
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Nov 26, 2007

Hi all,

I'm thinking about moving to the Netherlands and I would like to know if there are any good job opportunities as Italian lecturer / teacher (universities, private schools etc..). I'm Italian and have a BA degree in Foreign languages but my Dutch is only basic..

Does anybody have suggestions?

Thanks in advance

VV


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Margreet Logmans  Identity Verified
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Depends how basic... Nov 26, 2007

...your Dutch is.

Just googling 'Italiaans' & 'universiteit' gives a lot of (Dutch) links to universities and other institutions where Italian is taught, but you will have to be able to communicate with both colleagues and students.

Not to mention the fact that you will probably have to pass some sort of test to even be qualified as a teacher. I'd make inquiries about that first, if I were you.

Welcome anyway!

Margreet


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virginia1  Identity Verified
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Teaching Italian in the Netherlands Nov 26, 2007

Thanks Margreet,

I have just started a Dutch intermediate course at the university where I am attending a master. I was hoping to work with English though as my Dutch is far from fluent..
Thanks for the tips anyway, I'll keep surfing and make some inquiries..

Dank-je veel!

VV


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