CNaVT - Certificate Dutch as a Foreign Language
At Meester Max, we can help you to prepare for your CNaVT exam. The CNaVT is commissioned by the Dutch Language Union (Taalunie) and the exams are developed by the Centre for Language and Education at the University of Leuven. The exams are organised all around the world for (young) adults who want to demonstrate their language proficiency in Dutch.
You could learn the Dutch language for different reasons. For example to study, to live or to work in The Netherlands or Belgium. The CNaVT develops five exams on different levels each year. The exams are related to different levels of language proficiency in the CEFR and serve different purposes. By passing one of their exams, candidates prove that they have mastered the language enough to be able to speak, to have conversations, to listen, to read and to write in several contexts.
Maatschappelijk Informeel (INFO ) - A2
For those who want to demonstrate they can manage in informal everyday situations.
Maatschappelijk Formeel (FORM) - B1
For those who want to demonstrate they can manage independently in more formal contexts in Dutch or Flemish society.
Zakelijk Professioneel (PROF) - B2
For those who need Dutch in an occupational context, more specifically in healthcare or administration.
Educatief Startbekwaam (STRT) - B2
For those who would like to start a study at a Flemish or Dutch institution of higher education.
Educatief Professioneel (EDUP) - C1
For those who want to demonstrate they can manage in education or business and therefore need Dutch language skills on an advanced level.