Arabic Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Arabic Language




Total 192 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Popular courses:
Arabic
Elementary Arabic
Conversational Arabic
Intermediate Arabic
MODERN STANDARD ARABIC
Arabic Conversation


Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Anne Arundel Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Annapolis, Arnold, Baltimore, Edgewater, Gambrills, Hanover, Laurel, Severn, United States

Beginning Arabic 1 Explore the basic vocabulary and alphabet of the Arabic language. Discuss the writing system, native foods and Arabic culture. Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: International House Vancouver
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Vancouver, Canada
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As a well known Arabic school in Vancouver, the International House Vancouver Department of Modern Languages offers private and small group Arabic classes in Vancouver, to both adults and children. International House Vancouver&,#146,s Arabic lessons aim to deliver practical knowledge and Arabic speaking skills. Our Arabic courses in Vancouver are taught with a communicative approach and offer unmatched learning and knowledge. IH&,#146,s Arabic classes in Vancouver and other modern languages programs are of the highest quality that focus on all the primary language skills. Learn Arabic in Vancouver at International House Vancouver.

All courses work on the same principles:

1) small classes (maximum 10 students) led by instructors who are native speakers
2) a communicative approach to instruction with an emphasis on practical language that you will be able to use from the very first day of your stay abroad
3) encouragement so that you can learn to speak in a variety of situations with ease and confidence
4) targeted practice to quickly improve your knowledge of grammar and structure



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Conversational Arabic

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Oxford Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
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The Conversational ARABIC Course offers lessons specially designed for beginners and for those who intend to brush up their language skills. The course covers simple dialogue (with the aid of English translation), basic grammar, vocabulary and expressions, and formal introductions including how to addressing people. This course does not cover reading or writing of the Arabic characters.

In each lesson, illustrations of the ARABIC culture and customs will be presented, offering you a glimpse of their distinct lifestyle and diverse experiences. This will allow you to have a better “feel�of the language as it is used in its native context. The class is held in an interactive manner, enabling students to interact with each other and the native instructor.

Our aim is to develop students�conversational skills such as delivering simple sentences with a vocabulary of at least 400 words. With the use of Phonetic Exercises, students
will learn the proper pronunciation of Arabic, as well as, speaking in the correct Arabic accent. Additionally, through dialogue sessions, students will also:
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Beginning Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Hunter College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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The goal of this course is to begin developing reading, speaking, listening, writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. The course teaches formal and informal Arabic simultaneously. Emphasis is also placed, after learning the alphabet in the first 18 to 20 class-hours of ARB 101, on reading authentic texts from Arabic-language media, listening to and watching audio and video materials, and developing students&,#146, understanding of Arab culture. Preparation for class and homework are essential components of the course, allowing us to devote in-class time to communicating in the language rather than talking &,quot,about&,quot, the language. Students will be evaluated on attendance and class participation, daily homework assignments, quizzes, writing and oral exercises (i.e. skits), a final oral interview and a final examination. This class is not for native/heritage speakers. Native/heritage speakers should consult the Head of the Arabic program for exemption or for placement into ARB 148 or 248. At Hunter credit for the first course in a first year language sequence is not given until the second semester course is sucecessfully completed.

Spoken Egyptian Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Hunter College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States

Since we are now integrating spoken Arabic into all of our language classes, we are no longer offering this course at Hunter. That said, if a student takes a spoken Arabic class abroad and wants to transfer the credits to Hunter we can give him or her credit for this course.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

This course for beginners introduces basic grammar and vocabulary to develop proficiency in understanding, reading, speaking, and writing Arabic. Cultural appreciation is enriched through Chicago-area resources.

Arabic (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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The curriculum of the M.A. in Arabic will consist of twelve courses (48 quarter credit hours), divided into two parts:

1.A core curriculum of four courses (16 quarter credit hours) required of all students, and
2.Eight courses (32 quarter credit hours) in the language area, which must include an approved “cluster�of at least four courses (16 quarter credit hours) focused on a particular professional application or disciplinary interest.
Students must select these course clusters in consultation with an advisor. All courses in the language area must be courses taught in the target language of the student’s program (i.e. courses with prefixes ARB). In exceptional cases, with the approval of the student’s advisor and the director of the graduate program, a student may count one or two courses taught in English from allied fields (such as art history, economics, education, geography, health sciences, management, philosophy, political science, religion, sociology, etc.) among the eight “language area�courses in the student’s program.

Core Curriculum
The core curriculum consists of the following four courses:

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Elementary Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Illinois at Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Introduction to and practice in speaking, reading, and writing Arabic and comprehending spoken arabic.

ARABIC SPEAKING CLASS Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: HUSSAIN BADRI’,S ARABIC ACADEMY COCHIN 18
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): ERNAKULAM, India

COLLOQUIAL ARABIC IS TAUGHT HERE WITHOUT GRAMMAR.AS FAR AS LITERARY ARABIC IS CONCERNED WE TEACH IN THE MOST SCIENTIFIC AND RAPID WAY.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Community College of Philadelphia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
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introduces basic written and spoken Arabic to students who have had little or no previous knowledge of the language. The main focus of the course is to help students master the Arabic alphabet in written form and orally. The students will write simple sentences, understand selected principles of basic grammar, and will be introduced to the classical Arabic of the Qur&,#146,an as well as to a modern spoken dialect. Students will learn aspects of Arab culture.

Elementary Arabic

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Rio Salado College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Tempe, United States

Introduction to the basic alphabet, grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary of the Arabic language. Listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Prerequisites: None.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: SMU Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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SMU courses will mostly teach Modern Standard Arabic (fuSHa), which is the literary language used in most current, printed Arabic publications, spoken by the Arabic media across North Africa and the Middle East, and understood by Arabic speakers. In addition, the classes will also introduce some of the main features of various Arabic dialects.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States

This course focuses on basic comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar. Emphasis is on pronunciation, comprehension, and oral expression. Cultural insights are presented.

Beginning Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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This is the first semester of academic transfer Arabic. It is an introductory course intended for students with little or no knowledge of the language. Its aim is to present essential vocabulary and grammar, and to develop the pronunciation, listening, reading, and writing skills necessary for basic communication and comprehension. Customs and cultural insights are also presented.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Vancouver Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Vancouver, Canada

Learn to speak Arabic with an easy-to-learn phonetic system. Read and write the Arabic alphabet, learn vocabulary, and introduce situational dialogues.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Morgan State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Baltimore, United States

pronunciation, aural-oral comprehension. Prerequisite: No previous Arabic study or one year of Arabic in high school.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: St. Clair College Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Canada
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This course is designed for learners with minimal or no knowledge of Arabic. It will introduce them to Modern Standard Arabic language and cultures, using a method that integrates the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students will learn how to produce the alphabet&,#146,s sounds and read the letters&,#146, names, how to write these letters based on their positions in the word, how to join letters together in order to form words, and how to read and write phrases and simple sentences. Learners will develop basic conversational skills, enabling them to converse in basic everyday situations, such as introducing one self to others, greeting people and asking simple questions related to directions. Useful information will also be provided regarding major characteristics of the diverse cultures of Arabic-speaking countries. 3 units of credit.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Howard University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States

This classroom, laboratory course provides an introduction to the basic language skills&,#146, (speak- listening, reading and writing). A proficiency-oriented approach is used in the course.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: College of Arts and Sciences - American University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States
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The Department of World Languages and Cultures supports the growing interest in the Middle East and North Africa with an expanded program for the Arabic language. Courses range from the Elementary to the upper-advanced levels. The mission of the Arabic Faculty is to help students attain proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking the Arabic language. Arabic communication between instructor and students is a regular feature of our classes. Since language reflects culture, in addition to proficiency in the four language skills, we aim at helping the students acquiring a higher degree of cultural proficiency. This is done at all levels through activities that introduce the students to culturally authentic contexts and make use of various multimedia resources. While the focus in our courses is on Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), we also offer Levantine colloquial Arabic courses. The upper-advanced level topics courses introduce the students to key themes, texts, institutions, and figures of the modern Arab world and pre-modern Arabic-Islamic civilization.

Arabic

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centennial College School of Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Toronto, Canada
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This course focuses on the introduction of Arabic Language with learning of reading and writing skills followed by speaking and learning the culture. The course emphasizes clear, correct writing and pronunciation with exposure to colloguial language and ability to construct simple grammatical sentences. The student will recognize and use a variety of structural and stylistic techniques, using multimedia, guest lecturers and interactive styles like visiting restaurants on campus and using Arabic among students. Students practice the language in and out of class. (42 hrs)

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