Ank Bekkers

Ank Bekkers

Teacher pre-IBDP

Studied Dutch Language and Literature at the Radboud University in Nijmegen and holds an upper secondary teaching qualification. In the Netherlands Ank worked as a policy officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the departments for Information and Communication. Abroad she taught Dutch literature at the University of Pretoria and worked in Dutch schools in Kuala Lumpur, Warsaw and Vienna. Ank currently tutors IB Dutch students in Vienna. Two of her three children have graduated at an IB-school.


FEES 2019-2020

IB Dutch (ages 16-19)

Two-year IB Dutch A Literature SSST programme

• first year for ‘IBID-move on’ students

• first year for new students

• second year

One-year accelerated Dutch A Literature SSST programme







IB Dutch (ages 13-16)

One-, two- or three-year Pre-IBDP programme

• Per academic year





• Ten-hours pass

• Fees for external marking and feedback

• Fees for coaching teachers (if not reimbursed by NOB)






  • Lessons officially commence on 1 September
  • Students for the two-year track should apply before 1 December
  • In the event of a late application, options and fees will be discussed on an individual basis
  • An accelerated programme can be started as from 1 June
  • 50% of the tuition fees will be refunded for cancellations made before 1. November
    (not applicable for ten-hours pass)
  • For fees to be determined in consultation, please use the contact form

Mariette Dubbeld

Mariette Dubbeld

Teacher pre-IBDP

Mariette studied Law at VU Amsterdam and worked as a lawyer in both the Netherlands and Hungary. Her career teaching Dutch began in 1996 and since then she has taught students in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Hungary and Switzerland. She was employed as a teacher of Dutch at the Inter-Community School Zurich and involved in a work group for MYP development. In addition she gained extensive personal knowledge and experience of IB thanks to her own four children who took IBMYP and IBDP.


  • Students who are not enrolled in one of our tutoring programmes, but who want advice and feedback on their work, can use the ‘ten-hours pass’. Students can buy one pass per academic year.
  • At an IB school’s request we can mark the various components of an IB Dutch A SSST student’s work. We are also able to advise on the list of literary works to choose from.
  • Dutch or Flemish IB teachers can contact IBID with their questions about IB Dutch education. We have an agreement with Stichting NOB (the Foundation for Dutch Education Abroad) regarding the support for teachers working at schools affiliated with NOB.

Please use the contact form to get in touch with us about this.