Online Dutch Language Course For Professionals


Dutch language tutors

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hours of Dutch language training

Language 2

Online Dutch

Corporate Training

AI-powered learning analytics

Free demo class


Dutch language tutors


hours of Dutch language training

More corporate companies are looking to offer Dutch language courses to their staff – as it is fast becoming a critical business language worldwide. This versatile European language is officially used in countries like the Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname, and the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and French Flanders (France). Hence, for those corporate professionals looking to work in Dutch companies or immigrate to Dutch-speaking countries, it is a very important catalyst.

Why professionals should learn Dutch Online

Unlock career opportunities in agriculture, water management, design, logistics, energy, etc.

Learn an easy language and boost corporate resumes with multilingual skills.

Increase the level of confidence to fast-track C-suite training.

Help trigger problem-solving and conflict resolution abilities.

Dutch language training with Curiotory

Curiotory is becoming popular in the corporate world as India’s fastest-growing EduTech platform for offering foreign language courses to their staff. Our experienced team of world-class private tutors can teach professionals how to speak, read, write, and listen to the Dutch language so that they can internationalize and grow their careers.

Preview our Dutch lessons before you decide.

Preview our Dutch lessons before you decide.

Meet our Dutch tutor


Meet Deepshikha our Dutch Language Expert. She loves to teach and stresses on  grammar,  pronunciation and ensures that his students develops a taste for Dutch culture.

Why partner with Curiotory for Dutch language courses

Best-in-class teachers

World-class Indian and native private tutors with global-certified teaching approaches.

Personalized language courses

Curriculum customization – based on the personal aspirations of students.

More than grammar & vocabulary

Finer nuances of Dutch culture and history – with a deeper perspective on language.

Data-based learning

AI-driven data analytics for structured learning assessment and improvement.

Curiotory is the ultimate language learning platform that can set you up for success.

However, like any life-changing skill, learning new languages is a journey that demands proper guidance and expertise. Else, you’ll face barriers that can stop you dead in your tracks. These include:

What you can learn


Become an empathetic listener by detecting important information.


Increase vocabulary by learning new words, phrases & expressions.

Speak & Pronounce

Be phonetically fluent at various beginner’s levels in the French language.

Basic Grammar

Develop a strong base in grammar with pragmatic competencies.

Pragmatic Awareness

Stay tuned to conversations without getting contextually lost.

Cultural Context

Discover the important role of culture in the French language.

Our Dutch Curriculum

Level 1A


3 months

(36 instruction hours)


Offer greetings & farewell expressions, personal information, interrogatives, exclamatory phrases, etc.

In The Classroom

Use classroom-related communication, gender/plural/singular, objects, colours, etc.

Daily routine & family

Describe routine activities, people, animals, schedules, etc.

Level 1B


3 months

(36 instruction hours)

Where have you been?

Communicate recent past events, express courtesy, ask about location, give instructions, etc.

What are you doing?

Talk about continuous actions, describe personality traits, react informally, learn demonstratives, etc.

Leisure activities

Communicate on plans/activities/hobbies, express liking/frequency, etc.

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FAQs – Dutch Language

Dutch is the official language in countries like the Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname, and the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and French Flanders (France). So, learning Dutch is useful when you are looking to work in Dutch companies or immigrate to Dutch-speaking countries. Although English is widely used in these countries, it helps to create connections and maintain communication with native colleagues.


Besides, career opportunities are rising in agriculture, water management, art & design, logistics, banking, and sustainable energy. BPO, International business, export-import industries. Working as a linguist, translator, interpreter and content writer is also popular

Working and commuting may take up most of your time as a professional. It could leave you little to no time to yourself while taking care of the household chore. Then adding a foreign language to that schedule may seem catastrophic. But that’s not all true. Instead of adding a few extra miles to your traveling, sign up for an online course, and you can ace Dutch like a pro. Apart from taking lessons making Dutch a part of your life through entertainment, art, finding a language partner, joining online communities etc., will help you immerse in the language and progress faster.

There is nothing like finding a tutor who can listen to your personal or professional goals and direct you in the right direction.

However, a few easy and enjoyable elements can enrich your learning routine. Finding a language partner is an effective step that can drastically improve your speaking and listening skills. Because of the back-and-forth communication and feedback, you will practice easier and attain mutual growth. You can also embed this language into your lifestyle by listening to Dutch music and podcasts, watching Dutch movies and TV shows and more. It will help you to pick up the accent, increase your vocabulary, and sharpen your listening and comprehension. It will also give you an insight into their culture and lifestyle, which can deepen your understanding.

On average, it takes nearly two years to achieve fluency in Dutch. Then again, it can vary depending on your goals, methods, and the time you can spend learning and practicing the language. But the level of fluency is also personal. For example, do you want to be fluent enough to travel around a Dutch-speaking country, or do you have to communicate complex ideas with a good understanding of cultural aspects and references? If you pick the former, you can learn Dutch within a month or three. If you pick the latter, it could take one to two years.

Yes, all our students who complete the course get issued an accredited certificate.

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