The Arabic language courses of the University of Groningen Language Centre are introductions to the most spoken version (Egyptian/standard Arabic). This form is spoken in Egypt, but is also understood in other Arab countries in the Middle East and the Gulf countries.
The main focus of our Arabic courses will be on conversation in everyday situations in relation to cultural customs in the Arab world. In addition, attention will be paid to grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. You will also learn to read and write the Arabic script (level 0 > lower A1), so you are able to recognize familiar written words in the Arab world such as toponyms and street signs. Level Lower A1> A1 and Level A1> A2 are more focused on conversations and everyday situations.
Language of Instruction
The target language is the language of instruction as much as possible. When necessary, the course is taught in Dutch and/or English.
These courses will be taught as an online interactive group course via Blackboard Collaborate; our online classroom for the coming period! Read here about everything you can expect from an online language course.
Schedule and registration
|Get a taste during the free Webinar Week! On 1 February, you can attend an Arabic webinar during which you can find out about the courses and the virtual classroom, ask questions and get a taste of what to expect.|
|€ 250||€ 360||€ 390|
|Optional Rosetta Stone account for online independent study: € 105|
Use a Rosetta Stone account for online independent study besides one of our language courses, to keep working on your language skills during and after the course. This is not compulsory for our language courses and will not be used by the teacher.
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Interested in the Middle East and want more besides our Arabic language course? Take a look at the site of Middle Eastern Studies of the University of Groningen.
|Last modified:||11 January 2022 5.08 p.m.|