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CNaVT programmes

There are five different levels of exams, all suitable for different purposes.

PTIT

PTIT (Profiel Toeristische en Informele Taalvaardigheid) or tourist and informal language proficiency is an A2 level course for those wanting to speak some Dutch, travel in a Dutch-speaking area or communicate with Dutch-speaking tourists in a non-professional context in their own country.

PMT

PMT (Profiel Maatschappelijke Taalvaardigheid) or societal language proficiency is a B1 level course for those with an interest in the Dutch language and culture or who want to live in the Netherlands or Belgium for an extended period of time.

PPT

PPT (Profiel Professionele Taalvaardigheid) or professional language proficiency is a B2 level certificate for those who would like to work in an administrative or service-oriented profession in Dutch.

PTHO

PTHO (Profiel Taalvaardigheid Hoger Onderwijs) or language proficiency higher education is a B2 level course for those who would like to study at a Dutch-speaking institute of higher education (hogescholen or research university).

PAT

PAT (Profiel Academische Taalvaardigheid) or academic language proficiency is a C1 level certificate for those who have neared completion of their education in Dutch as a foreign language or for those who would like to teach Dutch as a foreign language. PAT is also for people who want to work in Dutch-speaking academia.

The CNaVT is awarded jointly by the Dutch Language Union, the University of Leuven and Fontys University of Applied Sciences.

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Here, you can Buy original CNaVT Certificate without exam from Real Documents Inc with ease. The Dutch as a Foreign Language Certificate or CNaVT (Certificate Nederlands als Vreemde Taal) is the certificate for people outside the Netherlands who wish to learn Dutch. This certificate may be required in order to apply for a Dutch residence permit or Dutch citizenship.

These exams are set and marked by an external institution, under the auspices of the Nederlandse Taalunie. They are open to both UCL students and Dutch language learners from outside the college, who would like to obtain an official qualification. Buy original CNaVT Certificaat without exam.

What is it?

The exams cater for different language levels and areas of interest; they cover all skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and are quite extensive. If you pass, you receive a certificate that is widely recognised by Dutch and Flemish organisations and educational institutions. The exam is offered on five levels / domains, based on the CEFR levels (Common European Framework for Languages). Buy original CNaVT Certificaat without exam

INFO: maatschappelijk informeel; tourist and informal profile = CEFR level A2 (suitable for UCL BA Dutch first year)
FORM: maatschappelijk formeel; more formal social profile =  CEFR level B1 (very manageable for UCL BA Dutch second year)
PROF: zakelijk professioneel; professional profile = CEFR level B2 (challenging but attainable for UCL BA Dutch second year)
STRT: educatief startbekwaam; intermediate educational level =  CEFR level B2 (challenging but attainable for UCL BA Dutch second year)
EDUP: educatief professioneel; advanced educational level =  CEFR LEVEL C1 (UCL BA Dutch final year)

More information in English can be found on the CNaVT website, where you can also access sample exams. Rules and regulations (in Dutch only):

Certificate Nederlands als Vreemde Taal

The CNaVT is awarded jointly by the Dutch Language Union, the University of Leuven and Fontys University of Applied Sciences.

CNaVT Exams

The CNaVT is an annual exam given in the first half of May. The examiner (usually the student’s Dutch teacher) facilitates the exam in the candidate’s own country. Candidates need to register with the examiner who sends the registration forms to the CNaVT-secretariat before March 20. Buy original CNaVT Certificaat without exam

The CNaVT exam consists of three parts:

  • Part A, where the tasks are based on audio fragments.
  • Part B, which tests reading and writing proficiency.
  • Part C, which is an oral test based on a one-to-one conversation between teacher and student.

All the exams are sent to the University of Leuven where trained examiners mark them in June. Candidates are informed of the results in July and receive a certificate if they have passed.