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If you are an expat looking for a job in the Netherlands, it is extremely helpful to understand the Dutch way of applying for jobs. Perhaps your Dutch is so good that you can apply for one using the Dutch language. For international positions, you can often apply in English; nevertheless, it is also useful to know the mores of the average application procedure in the Netherlands.

What do Dutch companies consider important when hiring a new employee, and what is the fastest way to find a job? Here are a few tips on how to prepare well for the application process.

https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/applying-for-a-job-in-the-netherlands.html
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Did you have a hard time learning foreign languages in school, or perhaps reduce grammar rules to simple mathematical formulas which led to erratic outcomes? Then it could be that you have an analytical brain. The idea that you are not cut out for learning languages is nonsense. You just learn it differently to the way it is taught at secondary school. Read on to learn how to best approach learning languages.
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Learn Dutch: why would you?

Many expats who live and work in the Netherlands think it’s not really necessary to learn Dutch. English is the lingua franca at many large companies and when it isn’t, Dutch colleagues will quickly switch to English to accommodate those who don’t speak their language. The Dutch really enjoy speaking English. You can even get by using only English in your free time. So why should you bother learning Dutch? We’d like to give you three solid reasons for doing so.

https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/learn-dutch-why-would-you.html
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Would you like to learn some Dutch basics both quickly and well? If you work at the High Tech Campus, you can take lessons right around the corner! Follow the eight-part weekly Dutch course or the Smart Dutch Summer School.
https://www.reginacoeli.com/dutch-courses-at-the-high-tech-campus.html
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Have you wanted to learn Mandarin for your work or spice up your CV for some time, but been holding back because everyone has told you that it is such a difficult language to learn? Then you really need to read on. Numerous professionals have learned how to speak Mandarin in five days through our extremely practical approach. You can, too!
https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/learn-mandarin-chinese-the-western-way.html
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Finn Niina Pussinen made the radical switch to using Dutch for her job. “At first, speaking Dutch felt like running a 100m dash on one leg and with two hands tied behind my back."
https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/understand-the-dutch-better-by-adopting-their-communication-style.html
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Cat Hai Chiem took a Chinese course at Regina Coeli in November 2015. He already spoke exceptionally good Chinese at the start of the training. His idea behind doing a course at Regina Coeli was to take his Chinese to a higher level and expand his business vocabulary

https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/speaking-business-mandarin-is-something-else-entirely.html
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Learning a language is a top-level sport

When we learn, our brain makes new connections, laying neural networks and reinforcing existing ones at breakneck speed. Language learning activates a tremendous number of these networks, because language is quite a complex process for the brain. Learning a language is actually a top-level sport for the brain.
https://www.reginacoeli.com/blog/learning-a-language-is-a-top-level-sport.html
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