Exams - A-Level

The Advanced General Certificate of Education (or A-Level) is the main qualification in the English education system for gaining entry to courses in Higher Education, such as at Universities, and is targeted at post 16 year old candidates. The A-Level Dutch was withdrawn in Summer 2019.

While the A-Level Dutch has been withdrawn, the Certificate Dutch as a Foreign Language (CNaVT) is the internationally recognised equivalent for Dutch.

The CNaVT provides a series of qualifications that start at the IGCSE level and continue up to a bilingual standard. A student of an A-Level standard would be expected to be between the B1 and B2 levels. They could take either the "B1 - Maatschappelijk Formeel (FORM)", "Zakelijk Professioneel (PROF) – B2" or "Educatief Startbekwaam (STRT) – B2" exams.

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