Flexible and tailor-made

Pace Language Institute distinguishes itself by its high-quality language courses and personal guidance. The experienced, dedicated teachers and the personal guidance both in and outside the classroom provide good results and satisfied, happy students.
Pace offers Dutch language courses at all levels, exam training and in-company courses.

Our team


Private and group lessons, in-company training programs if desired and courses start at any time, depending on participants’ wishes


Easily accessible by public transport (Amstelveenseweg/Muiderpoortstation and different bus and tram stops)


Open all year, Monday to Friday, daytime and evening, well-equipped classrooms & an open study centre


Over 30 years of experience with language courses & certified teachers

Pace makes learning Dutch enjoyable and simple

Pace Language Institute owns two establishments, one in Amsterdam Zuid and one in Amsterdam Oost. We have spacious, brightly-lit classrooms, including an open study centre set up with computers with internet connection and audio-visual equipment. By offering these facilities, Pace makes learning Dutch easier and more accessible. Both establishments have a cafeteria with free coffee and tea for all students, enabling them to meet and practice among each other, making learning a new language even more fun!

Over 30 years of experience with language courses

In its 30 years of existence, Pace has gathered a wealth of experience in setting up courses in various languages for different clients. Originally, ‘Pace’ is an acronym of Professional Association for Communicative Education. The name refers to the English word ‘pace’ as well. In a fast and efficient manner, at a steady ‘pace’, Pace prepares students for better communication and good relationships, both at work and in their personal environments.

The stories of...



The biggest transition of Ana’s life wasn’t fueled by politics, war, or money. It was driven by love. I married my Dutch boyfriend and moved to Amsterdam. I’m excited about my
future here. I can’t wait to see what comes next.


A student once told me, “You’re not a robot.” That was the best compliment I could have gotten. Every group is different and requires a new approach.