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learning Arabic for non-Arabic speakers

The intensive Arabic program

Our intensive Arabic language learning program is developed over a period from 10 days to 3 months of the Arabic language. The al Madina Center provides Arabic classes for non-Arabic speakers.

Language classes are taught by highly qualified native Arabic teachers who focus on practical language outside the classroom. Classes are lively, entertaining, and engaging and use various teaching methods to practice key language skills such as speaking, writing, listening, and reading.

The main objectives of our intensive Arabic course:

  • To improve the mastery and accuracy of spoken Arabic.
  • Build student’s confidence using Arabic skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening)
  • Broaden and refine grammatical literacy
  • Improve your vocabulary
  • Improve your Arabic pronunciation

The al Madina Center for Arabic offers Arabic courses at the following levels :

  • Literary Arabic course for beginners
  • Intermediate Literary Arabic Course
  • Advanced Literary Arabic Course

You will focus on the grammar and vocabulary that are the building blocks of successful Arabic language learning. You will also receive in-depth practice in the essential skills of listening, reading, writing, and, above all, speaking. We want to increase your self-confidence so that you can take advantage of your new Arabic language skills.




The organisation of Arabic courses

Classes are held directly on-site in Madinah at our center. The Arabic course schedules :

  • Morning group: from 9am to 12pm

Class size: from 4 to 12 students. Individual classes are available on request.

The duration of the intensive course in Literary Arabic is from 10 days to 3 months (12 weeks).


To inquire about the sessions’ start dates, do not hesitate to contact us for an up-to-date calendar.


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