Arabic Language Institute / ALIF: Fed - Arabic Language Programs in Morocco

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  • Location(s): Fez, Morocco
  • Program Type(s): Intensive Language

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ALIF offers intensive Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Colloquial Moroccan Arabic (CMA) courses throughout the year. To ensure that every student gets individual attention, all ALIF courses are kept small, generally no more than eight students per... read more

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Yes. But mainly thanks to the exotic and beautiful land that is Morocco - Harvard University View Entire Review
Now I want to live in Fes. Also, surprising as it might seem, I gained a lot of self-confidence while in Morocco because I never once felt judged or embarrassed of myself (outside of the classroom, that is). - Harvard University View Entire Review

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ALIF offers intensive Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Colloquial Moroccan Arabic (CMA) courses throughout the year. To ensure that every student gets individual attention, all ALIF courses are kept small, generally no more than eight students per class. In the summer the there may be up to twelve students per class.Most courses consist of six-week sessions (120 hours of classroom instruction given four hours per day). Special content-based courses are six weeks in length (three hours of instruction per day). Private or specialized lessons can also be arranged. Students may enroll for the first three weeks of any six-week course, but must indicate this clearly on their application forms. The language of instruction is Arabic in all but the most elementary courses, where the use of English is kept to a minimum.

Program Type(s):
Intensive Language
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
  • Maymester
  • January Term
  • Custom
  • Short Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Arabic Language and Literature
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