Spoken by 295 million speakers worldwide, Arabic is among the top 10 high demand business languages today. Over the years, AUC has attracted thousands of students who want the added experience of learning the language in an Arabic-speaking country...
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Spoken by 295 million speakers worldwide, Arabic is among the top 10 high demand business languages today. Over the years, AUC has attracted thousands of students who want the added experience of learning the language in an Arabic-speaking country. Moreover, the Egyptian dialect is the most familiar to Arabic speakers and is more widely understood than any other spoken dialect. AUC offers five different Arabic programs covering all the needs of internationals who wish to learn Arabic, some of which include out-of-class activities and ﬁeld trips around Cairo.
Survival Arabic: The Survival Arabic course at AUC is designed to help incoming international students with limited or no knowledge of the Arabic language get by during their stay in Cairo. The five-day, 20-hour course covers basic Egyptian colloquial phrases and vocabulary, assisting students to smoothly transition into life in Egypt. http://schools.aucegypt.edu/sce/LanguagesEnhancementPrograms/Pages/Survival-Arabic.aspx Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA): For half a century, the Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA) has been helping U.S. students take their Arabic-language skills to native fluency. The Egyptian dialect is the most familiar to Arabic speakers and is more widely understood than any other spoken dialect. https://www.aucegypt.edu/academics/CASA Arabic Language Intensive Program (ALIN): The intensive program accommodates students from all learning levels. Courses are skill-based focusing on reading, writing and listening, as well as content-based using media, political texts, literature as well as other tools. Out-of-class activities and ﬁeld trips around Cairo are integrated into the program to bolster language-learning and expose students to Egyptian art, music, food, history and culture.http://schools.aucegypt.edu/academics/ali/alin/Pages/default.aspx Arabic Language Classes (ALNG): Students who wish to study Arabic for one or two semesters, as part of a study-abroad program, are enrolled as non-degree students, provided they adequately meet the admissions requirements outlined by AUC.http://schools.aucegypt.edu/academics/ali/alng/Pages/default.aspx Center for Advanced Arabic Study in Cairo (CAASIC): Language classes use a theme-based, content-based instruction curriculum that makes use of authentic materials, integrated skills activities and real-world tasks. http://schools.aucegypt.edu/academics/ALI/CAASIC/Pages/default.aspx