Below you will find our Dutch classes offered this session. We have online group Dutch classes and will soon offer in person group classes at our Carmel, Indiana location. Our classrooms are only 10 minutes from Fishers, Westfield and Northern Indianapolis. If you don't see the class that you are looking for, or you are interested in private instruction, please call us at 844-503-1237.

*First-time students will also have a one-time $25 Registration Fee, included in the price below.  This $25 fee helps offset the administrative cost of setting up new students in our school management system and helps keep their course tuition costs lower. After enrollment, you will receive communication within 2 weeks with your class start date or, if class is not confirmed, a delay notification.

Need a language class PRONTO?  Purchase a group class now and get a prorated tuition, with credit towards the next session!



Dutch 1.1

BEGINNER (Level Completion: CEFR A1)


Online Classroom

Mondays 6:30pm - 8:30pm (EST)

20 hour package + one time $25 Registration Fee*

Additional Info:
10 Group Classes
2 hours each class
Online Class Materials Resource
Textbook Not Included

Not sure of your level? Find out with a free self-assessment.

Enrollment Schedule


Dutch 1.1

BEGINNER (Level Completion: CEFR A1)

Online Classroom or *In-Person (Indianapolis area)
*available to local students when in line with CDC guidelines


Enrollment Period: Now until 8/31/21
Estimated Start Period: 9/13/21 - 9/27/21

20 hour package + one time $25 Registration Fee*

Additional Info:
10 Group Classes
2 hours each class
Online Class Materials Resource

Onboarding Process

Book a Dutch class online now or if you have questions about our language programs, call us at 844-503-1237


STEP 2   (same day or next business day)

Please follow this link to read and sign the student agreement for group classes and complete your enrollment.

STEP 3  (as soon as class is confirmed)

We use WhatsApp to connect our teachers and students so they can share homework, ask questions & make any necessary schedule changes (due to holidays etc).  This group is just for you, your classmates and your teacher, but our admin team is there to help you too.

If you do not already have WhatsApp, please download the app to your phone here:

Once your Dutch group class is confirmed and one of our talented Dutch teachers is assigned to your group, we will send an email to all students with details of the class' scheduled days and times to meet as well as the textbook and cost right away.

STEP 4  (1-2 weeks before start of class)

STEP 5  (around one week)

Before your first class meets, you'll receive a Zoom link for your online class (or arrive at our Indianapolis classroom for in-person). In class you'll have many opportunities to make sentences, practice conversations, and start improving your Dutch fluency. After class, let your instructor know how much fun you had!


“I improved my writing a lot!  [Class] was very effective for me so I can take the TOEFL test.”
— Haruto, TOEFL student


“Had my first Japanese class yesterday and loved the experience. Awesome friendly staff. Can’t wait to continue on with them in Japanese.”
— Todd, Japanese student


“Real experience in passing the examples of the test, analyzing the answers, and improving our weaknesses.”
— DF, TOEFL student

Why learn Dutch?


A Dutch class at Indy Language Center can help you travel more places than you might think! Dutch (nederlands) is spoken not only in the Netherlands, but also in Belgium, Suriname, and the Dutch Antilles (Caribbean). Over 23 million people worldwide speak Dutch, including former colonies South Africa and Indonesia. And according to the 2010 census approx. 136,000 people in the US still speak Dutch!

What is the difference between Dutch and Afrikaans?

Dutch spoken by the 17th and 18th century settlers evolved into Afrikaans, one of the official languages of South Africa. With an estimated 90 to 95 percent Dutch origin in Afrikaans vocabulary, a Dutch speaker and Afrikaans speaker can communicate with each other. The main difference between the two languages is that Afrikaans does not have grammatical gender and the grammar is less complex.


Fun Facts about Dutch

  • Dutch is a Germanic language, so it shares a lot of similarities with German and English. If you already speak one of these languages, it is easier for you to learn Dutch from one of our Dutch courses.

  • With 35 letters “meervoudigepersoonlijkheidsstoornis” (multiple personality disorder) is the longest word in the Dutch dictionary - talk about compounding nouns!

  • Probably the most important Dutch word you need to know is “gezellig”.  Often equated to cozy, it is a concept with more depth than its English counterpart, associated with the comfort of time spent with loved ones, seeing a friend after a long separation or simply togetherness.

Frequently Asked Questions


We do our best to fill new language classes each semester, but sometimes a class doesn’t fill before it’s start date. We may extend the start date and begin the class a few weeks later in the semester if possible. If a group class is unable to start, students have three options.
Option 1: The class will be delayed until the next semester, and the student receives a $50 class deferral credit.
Option 2: The student opts to receive private or semi-private language instruction at their preferred schedule and pays the difference in tuition.
Option 3: The student opts to withdraw their enrollment for the class and receives a full refund of the tuition paid.


Please contact your school directly to make sure they allow credit for independent projects, then contact us. We have developed curriculum especially for high school and college students, but Indy Language Center is not an accredited credit-granting institution. We can work with the language department of your student’s school to have our class curriculum approved for the student’s school. If needed, we can make adjustments to meet the school’s requirements for granting credit. Once your student's school approves a proposal to their requirements for the language program, we can ensure your student will produce a portfolio, have recorded grades, and/or take exams that will qualify him/her for the credits awarded by their school.

Dutch Private Lessons

1 on 1 Dutch lessons customized for your fluency goals, schedule, location, and learning style. Available online or take language classes in Indianapolis in person.

As low as


Minimum 1½ hours each lesson.
Please allow at least 1 week to secure an instructor.


The Best Way to Learn Dutch

In as little as 5 months you'll be completing an entire language level with Indy Language Center. Earn an achievement certificate with each level completion, and fast track to fluency!

Want more information about our language programs? Questions? Send us your information and we will help get you started.

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