Have an easy start in the Netherlands!
The 5 Steps to E.N.J.O.Y. your life in The Hague programme* will give you practical advice and important information about your host country, the Netherlands!
Some free videos are already available!
Instead of finding it all out by yourself you can get a full package of information and my personal support.
You’ll be able to access this programme online mid-September 2016!
* I can tailor this programme for other cities in the Netherlands, Italy, Germany or Switzerland upon request.
Barbara G. says
Ute’s workshops are very professional and fast paced. She has a very indepth knowledge of the topics and shares the latest scientific findings. I’ve been at her workshops “Moving on, relocating and staying behind” and “Parenting the bilingual child”. I can warmly recommend both of them!
Marco P. says
German is so difficult! I need it for my work but in big groups I didn’t feel that I made any progress. When I heard that Ute gives one-on-one lessons, I thought I give it a try. I need to pass an exam soon. She has different ways to teach which makes learning interesting even after a long workday. The grammar seems less complicated now, which means a lot!
José D. L. says
We speak 2 languages in our family and didn’t know which school to choose for our children. Ute helped us consider all the options and make our very own family language plan. We now know how to help our children with all the languages and on how to respond when teachers, family etc. doubt our multilingual plan. – Thank you Ute!
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