2023-2024 / LANG2977-1

Dutch for Management (L2) Level 5 - Part 2


30h Th

Number of credits

 Master in law (120 ECTS) (Econonomic and social law, minor in management)3 crédits 
 Master in management, professional focus in law3 crédits 


ISLV, Fanny Novakovic

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the second semester


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

  • CEFRL levels of the course: B2/C1 (lever 5)
Study of the vocabulary and the main chapters of Dutch grammar through (drill) exercises, reading, writing, speaking and listening activities, based on authentic texts and documents related to business.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

This is the fifth year of a 6-year programme. The final objective is the written and oral practice of Dutch.
The fifth part focuses on the knowledge of Dutch grammar and vocabulary related to business.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

The student should have attended the first four years of the program or have a good level in Dutch to be able to follow this class.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

No change if orange code

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

2 hours every week. Students will be asked to do some homework and attend the class actively. It is possible to follow @lter at the same time.

Recommended or required readings

  • Compulsory Vocabulary Coursebook: Néerlandais des Affaires - Intermédiaire + - volume 1: vocabulaire thématique n/f - Editions de Boeck (2015)
  • Grammar syllabus: Nederlands - Niveau 1 en 2 - Oefeningen bij de spraakkunst, L.Gehlen. (available online on myuliege)
  • Syllabus (texts and exercises) (available online on myuliege)




Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

written exam ( open-ended questions ) AND oral exam

Additional information:

Written and oral exam in June.

The written exam will include various exercises in grammar, vocabulary and written expression (75% of the final mark).


Optional vocabulary tests will be organised during the year to help students study thematic vocabulary. Achieving a mark of 12 or above in these tests will give access to bonus points in the written exam.


The oral exam will consist of an oral presentation with Power Point of a topic chosen by the student based on 15 pages of texts from the Dutch-language press dating from the current academic year. (25% of the final mark)

ATTENTION: students must register with their teacher BEFORE 30 APRIL (in class or by e-mail) for the first session oral exam. After this date, their registration will not be accepted. In order for the registration to be validated, the student will have to send his/her text file, as well as a summary of it, by email. As a reminder, absence from any part of the exam = 0 for the whole exam.

In the second session, the written and oral exams will take place on the same day. Students may be exempted from the oral examination if they obtained a mark of 10 or more in the first session. Students may present the same file as in the first session at the oral examination if they did not present it in the first session. If they did, they must prepare a new file. Students must register by e-mail before 31 July.


Work placement(s)

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course


Fanny Novakovic

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