Have you noticed that every year we seem to be breaking more weather records (record-breaking temperatures in the Netherlands last summer, for example)?
Have you ever wondered how it seems that learning and speaking a new language are two different things?
When’s the last time you learned suggestive words in your Dutch language class? Raunchy phrases that are easy to remember but almost too embarrassing to say aloud?
Once you have set your heart on following an MBA, your next question might be about the investment it will cost, both financially and in hours.
When you’re not familiar with it, a foreign school system can be incredibly confusing. There are usually a lot of if-thens involved that seem logical to those who grew up within it. But to others? Not so much.
Last year I finished my MBA in the Netherlands, at Maastricht School of Management. The courses were comprehensive and the curriculum was extremely accurate for the current needs in the business field and the class is highly international.
Does the following sound familiar? You diligently follow a Dutch course – for example, at the Language Institute TaalTaal in Scheveningen – learning all sorts of words by heart.
Whether you’re just starting a business, an experienced professional looking to boost your credentials, or an exceptional business student with a few years of experience under your belt, a Master’s in Business Administration can be an excellent career choice.
Thank you to Talen Coach’s Albert Both for sharing different ways to learn Dutch fast! Everyone wants to learn Dutch fast when they arrive in the Netherlands. But there’s no one size fits all solution.
Dear diary, Today was another dynamic day at The Language Institute TaalTaal in Scheveningen.