Frequently Asked Questions
First Day of Classes: June 1, 2021
Last Day of Classes: August 13, 2021
Eid Ul-Adha Break: July 19- July 23, 2021
There is no previous knowledge of the Arabic language required. The Arabic program is built to tailor to all student language levels.
There are no prerequisites, the course is open to all those that have a desire to learn!
The Arabic curriculum that will be used was built in partnership by Ibn Haldun University and Al-Madina Institute. It will concentrate on giving students the 4 basic skills needed to master the Arabic language (reading, writing, speaking, comprehension) as well as grammar.
Yes! This is a live in-person interactive program with native Arabic speaking instructors. All classes will be delivered live over Zoom.
The intensive program will consist of a total of 150 academic hours.
Arabic studies will be conducted five days a week, Monday through Friday.
Classes will be conducted in two seventy five minute sessions with a fifteen-minute break in between.
For a class to commence there must be a minimum of five students. Class size will not exceed eight students.
Each student will be assessed by our Arabic language staff to see where their current placement is. The assessment will consist of an online interview. Once your level is assessed, you will be placed in the class suitable to your language needs. We use the standards set forth by ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages).
You will be required to spend approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour on homework and study time outside of class time daily.
Students will need:
- Laptop/Home PC with microphone and camera
- Internet Connection
- Web Browser
50% of the tuition will be refunded prior to the start of the program.
No refunds will be given after the start of the program unless circumstances warrant consideration.
All refund requests must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for further processing.
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