Learn Arabic in an accredited language school in Cairo and have a new kind of study abroad experience.
Our school was established in 1975, and is a leading Arabic language school in the Middle East. It welcomes students from all over the globe, with an average of 200 students enrolled each month. We have 10 langugage levels, from beginner to advanced, with courses in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA: spoken Arabic) and Modern Standard Arabic (MSA: educated, literary Arabic, used in media print and journalism). The school has developed their own teaching materials and use their own tested teaching methods to teach this complex language.
The school is located in the heart of Cairo, and features 18 modern, air-conditioned classrooms, a restaurant, student lounge, study room, and an internet cafe (with free WiFi access). The maximum class size is 16, with an average of 9 students per class. All teachers are native Arabic speakers, and are trained and certified teachers of Arabic as a second language.
Courses are in 4 or 5 week sessions, and students can combine sessions for longer stays.
The courses offered are:
General MSA: 12 hours per week, for students who wish to study just reading and writing
General ECA: 8 hours per week, for students who wish to improve only their oral comprehension and speaking skills
Combined MSA and ECA: 20 hours per week, for students who wish to study both
One-to-one private lessons
Accommodation options include:
On-site student residence: this residence is located in the same building as the school and features individual and double rooms, as well as a studio apartment available for students who wish to have more independence.
Off-site student residence: located a short distance from the school, 3 and 5 bedroom apartments are available, with 24 hour security, cleaning services and WiFi.
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Activities are an important part of learning about the country and culture of a study abroad destination. They are also a great way to explore and practice language learning skills in everyday life situations.
Cairo is a hotbed of fabulous places to see and visit. The language school organizes trips and activities that students can sign up for on a weekly basis. Students should plan to pay for transportation and entrance fees on trips, as well as meals and hotel expenses if necessary.An example of activities porposed includes
Pharaonic, Greco-Roman, Islamic and Coptic monuments
The Red Sea
The Sinai Peninsula
The Nile riverOther optional trips that the school can organize include
The Giza Pyramids and Sphinx
Nile Faluka and the Sound and Light Show at the
Egyptian Museum and Khan El Khalili
Old Cairo, old mosque and church
Luxor and Aswan
Sharm El Sheikh
The White Desert
St. Katherine’s Monastery/ Mount Sinai