The nuns of Vught

The language institute Regina Coeli was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Order of St. Augustine in Vught, who laid the foundation for their certified ‘Regina Coeli Method’ in the 1960s. ‘Going to the nuns of Vught’ has since come to stand for learning Dutch in the Netherlands.

Individual language training

Regina Coeli composes an individual training programme customised to each student's specific needs—starting from the intake appointment where a tailor-made programme is designed together. Students receive lessons from three to four trainers, depending on the student's individual programme. Between the lessons, students work on assignments such as individual multimedia exercises, writing assignments or preparing short presentations.

Language training during the weekend

If you're short on time but still want to work on your language skills, the Language Institute Regina Coeli offers language weekends. The two-day course offers seven private lesson hours, seven independent study hours, three group sessions and two language tables so students can return home on Sunday evening with renewed energy and armed with new insights and knowledge.

Your stay at Regina Coeli

Students will stay in Guestwing Eikenheuvel—the institute's onsite accommodation at Martinilaan 12 in Vught. This provides the opportunity for students to greatly improve the outcome of their training due to better concentration on learning the language and opportunities to practice with fellow course members.