EXAMS - IGCSE
Thre are two International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Dutch qualifications available (both set by the CIE examination board):
IGCSE Foreign Language Dutch (0515)
This qualification is designed for students for whom Dutch is a foreign language. The examinations take place once per year in the summer and consist of four papers: Listening, Reading and Directed Writing, Speaking, and Continuous Writing. These exams are at about the same level as the English GCSE Dutch exams set by the OCR examination board.
IGCSE First Language Dutch (0503)
This qualification is designed for students for whom Dutch is a first language. The examinations take place once per year in the summer and consist of two papers: Reading and Writing. These exams are at a much higher level that the IGCSE Foreign Language Dutch exams.
IGCSE Dutch Examination
You should be able to sit your IGCSE Dutch examinations at most examination centres around the world who are registered with the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and who are willing to accept you as a candidate.
You will need to contact examinations centres directly to make arrangements to sit IGCSE Dutch exams with them.