Arab Academy’s Arabic Language program is flexible and is easily designed to satisfy your specific needs. Whether you are in a short visit looking for Arabic classes for foreigners, or an expat who has recently moved to Cairo, when you join, you will have several options to determine how the structure of your program.
You can choose from the following options or you can combine options and tailor your own schedule:
Full Time vs Part Time
You can enroll in an intensive Arabic language courses and study full time for 5 days a week, 4 hours every day. Alternatively, you can choose to study part-time for only 4 hours per week.
Small Group Class vs Private Tuition
Our classes are formed in small groups of up to six learners. However, a one-on-one Private Tuition program may also be arranged with as many hours and flexible times as you need.
Modern Standard Arabic and/or Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
When you sign-up for Arabic language lessons at the Arab Academy language center in Egypt, you have the option of studying Modern Standard Arabic, Egyptian Colloquial Arabic, or a combination of both. We also cater to your areas of special interests as we offer a large variety of courses in Arabic for Special Purposes.
Beginner through Very Advanced Arabic Language Courses
Arab Academy is a distinguished Arabic Language Institute that offers classes for learners of all proficiency levels. Whether you are a total beginner, or a more conversant speaker of Arabic, you will still find an Arab Academy course that will suit your level.
Guided Cultural Outings
When you sign-up for classes at the Arab Academy language institute in Egypt, you have the option of joining our cultural program and have a tutor accompany you around different places while you are leaning Arabic in Cairo. You will visit famous historical sites as well as the homes of modern Egyptians living in both urban and rural areas and the villages. This will provide you with an insight into the lives of everyday Egyptians and their way of thinking! You get to use Arabic with Egyptians on the streets of Cairo.