STAP grants and Tel mee met Taal grants

Taking a language course can be interesting if you want to develop yourself and increase your opportunities in the labour market. Good language skills are also essential for companies to improve internal communication, safety in the workplace and international trade relations.

By investing in language, you are stronger and more competitive. That is why it is good to know that there are various subsidy options for companies and individuals.

STE Languages has extensive experience in supervising grant applications and can provide you with targeted support.

We list the most important subsidies:

  • Tel mee met taal
    Investing in language skills is good for both employees and employers. To encourage this, the government has developed the subsidy scheme 'Tel mee met Taal'. You can receive a subsidy of up to 67% for Dutch language training.
    Read more.

Workers and job seekers can apply for a STAP Budget, up to a maximum of €1,000, for training and development. People can use this subsidy to strengthen their position in the labour market.

The Dutch government has decided to stop the STAP subsidy as of 1 January 2024. Due to this decision STE Languages will no longer plan intakes for STAP candidates. In case STAP subsidies have been granted on the 1st of May, students will still be able to start their course STE Languages based on the STAP budget.



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