What is the CNaVT exam?

The CNaVT certifies language proficiency of Dutch as a foreign language worldwide, using task based and domain specific exams related to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

The CNaVT is a project commissioned by the Dutch Language Union and the exams are developed by the Centre for Language and Education at the University of Leuven (BE) and the Radboud University (NL). The CNaVT exams are organized all around the world for (young) adults who want to prove their language proficiency in Dutch with an internationally recognized certificate.


The exam consists of three parts.

Part A | The candidate has to listen and write.

Part B | Reading and writing proficiency are tested.

Part C | Is the oral part of the exam.

Candidates can take the CNaVT exams in the first half of May of every year.

All the exams are sent to Leuven. In July the examiners and candidates are informed of the results. Candidates who have passed receive a certificate.

The exam has an official recognition, which frees you from the Dutch part of the Civic Integration Exam Abroad and the naturalization exam.

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