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Hoe schrijf ik in een academische stijl?

Are you wondering what the academic writing style for your thesis in Dutch should be? Or does your thesis supervisor say that your thesis text does not meet the requirements because it is too subjective or informal, for example? Then this online workshop will help you on your way. You get to work on your own text right away.

We will review some characteristic features of an academic style in Dutch, practice with them and briefly discuss what their function is. Then we look at text material (length about 2 A4) brought in by participants. This allows us to compare the style of these texts with the academic style expected by the teachers. 

Based on this comparison, you can practice rewriting your own text material during the workshop. You will get a clear understanding of what remains to be done and how to approach it. The workshop is designed in such a way that you as a participant will practice a lot yourself, (also) using your own text. At the end of the workshop you will receive a small manual on academic style, which you can use to work on your own.

Nel de Jong 

The workshop lasts 1 hour and 45 minutes. You do not need to prepare anything, just submit in advance a text of max. 2 A4 that you want to work with during the workshop.  

Date and time
Please note that the ALP will be closed during the summer. We will let you know about new dates early September.

Number of participants
Maximum of 15

€ 20

Registration and contact information
For information, questions and registration, please send an e-mail to the ALP's course administration: Please mention the workshop code and title: SCH-W-NL-1 / Hoe schrijf ik in een academische stijl?

Contact Academic Language Programme

For VU staff: you can contact us about ALP courses for you or your students or with questions about language policy or communicative skills.

Dr. Gea Dreschler, academic director ALP

Dr. Nel de Jong, coordinator ALP for Dutch (NT1, NT2)

For students: for questions or information about a course, workshop or coaching, contact us at