Arabic Language Summer Programs

Arabic Language Summer Programs – Next admissions for summer courses will be in June 2023 Join our mailing list to stay updated with new courses, events and news.

Beginner 1 is suitable if you have no knowledge of Arabic. At the end of the course you can introduce yourself, greet people and talk about your daily routine. Topics such as family and food are also covered.

Arabic Language Summer Programs

Beginner 2 is suitable if you have completed our Beginner 1 course or have little or basic knowledge of Arabic. A placement test is required before the course starts to assess your level. By the end of the course you will have developed four core skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening and will cover topics such as travel, weather and shopping. Teaching will also include learning visual aids for some visual-audio recording and interactive sessions.

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After you submit your application, you will receive an invoice that can be paid online by credit or debit card. Full payment is required to secure your place.

We inform you that this site uses its own, technical and third-party cookies to ensure that our website is user-friendly and to ensure the high performance of the website. By continuing to browse this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Our language and content-based courses create a rich learning environment that simulates on-campus immersion. Students are effectively immersed in an Arabic-speaking environment during their time at Maryland, with approximately seven hours a day of structured language-learning experiences.

Students also receive language exposure with individual and small group language partner hours with high-level Arabic speakers.

The average student who attends will make a serious, long-term commitment to learning Arabic, be willing to study intensively for nine weeks, and perform well academically at his or her home institution.

Summer Language Institute

For additional information about the Arabic Summer Language Institute, including classes, cultural components, scholarships and fees, and housing, please contact us at [email protected]

For UMD Arabic majors and minors, please click here to learn more about how these credits will apply to your degree program.

Courses are part of the University’s summer term, follow University policies and procedures and are subject to change. The University reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment or other reasons deemed necessary.

For summer 2023, the Summer Language Institute will provide fully funded scholarships through the Qatar Foundation International (QFI) for high school seniors who wish to study Arabic. These scholarships cover the full cost of attendance for the Summer Language Institute. High school seniors and incoming college freshmen are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. No previous Arabic experience is necessary. A beginner Arabic course will be offered specifically for these high school scholars that will begin after the completion of local high school classes and graduates, later than the standard SLI dates.

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To apply for this scholarship, please write to us at [email protected] and mention that you are interested in the QFI scholarship so that we can give you access to the application.

The Summer Institute will run over two sessions and students can apply for one or both sessions. (Priority for admission will be given to students applying for the full nine-week summer program).

Summer 2023 Program Dates: June 1 – August 2, 2023 Session 1: June 1 – June 30, 2023 Session 2: July 5 – August 2, 2023

Students will participate in core classes every day, which focus on core language learning: reading, writing, listening and speaking, as well as afternoon courses with a special focus on culture, politics, media, etc. Our small classes (~15 or less) and use of materials specifically developed for an intensive environment will allow attendees to complete a full academic year (12 academic credits) of language study in all areas of language learning.

Learn Arabic This Summer!

In addition to intensive classes, Summer Language Institute students participate in a variety of activities designed to expand their knowledge of the Arabic-speaking world. Check here to know more about these cultural activities. Study Arabic language and culture for 6 weeks this summer and earn 8 credits! 14 June – 23 July Monday – Friday (18:00 – 23:00) Application Deadline: 4 June

This program simulates a classroom setting with all the latest tools for effective virtual language acquisition. The program offers credit-based course options at various levels for students interested in Arabic only as a second language and not in pursuit of a degree at LAU. All courses are organized and delivered to ACTFL standards and are delivered using a variety of online learning platforms. All instructors are native speakers with years of teaching experience, experts in reading, writing and oral communication.

Classes are distinguished by their live teacher interaction, animated lectures and interactive exercises with a rich virtual culture immersion component.

LAU is one of the top institutions for higher education and research in Lebanon and the region and is accredited by the New England Commission for Higher Education (NECHE). As such, upon successful completion of a credit course, you will receive an official LAU transcript that allows your credits to transfer to most institutions of higher education worldwide.

Arabic Summer Intensive Language Program

This basic course is designed for students who have no knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic. This gives the descendants of Arabic speakers a unique opportunity to revive their lost linguistic and cultural ties with the land of their forefathers. The course is open to the general public, students of Middle East studies, business people, embassy officials and children of foreign nationals stationed in the Middle East. In this course, Arabic language learning focuses on the basic mastery of four language skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening. By the end of the course, students are able to handle many situations in everyday life, such as identifying themselves and others, naming familiar objects and people, telling time, asking for directions, describing residence and national origin, ordering food and drink.

Students must have completed approximately one semester of Arabic (or equivalent) to participate in this class. They must be able to read and write in the Arabic script, have a limited working vocabulary and a basic understanding of sentence structure and other basic grammatical concepts. This course continues Elementary Arabic and expands on all four language learning skills; Reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Students placed at the Intermediate level should have taken at least one year of Arabic (or its equivalent) in college and have a basic knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic structure. The course aims to enable students to read, write, speak and listen at a level of ability equivalent to Intermediate-Intermediate on the ACTFL scale. Class instruction focuses on building basic Arabic morphology, syntax, and vocabulary, as well as reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Students are asked to comment on most situations in everyday life, write descriptions and arguments, and read a variety of genres.

Students placed at the advanced level must complete two or more years of the equivalent of Arabic in college. They will have acquired a wide vocabulary and mastered basic Arabic syntax and morphology. Class sessions aim to help students acquire skills in expository and argumentative discussion and to handle various communicative tasks. Reading, writing, and listening activities address a variety of text genres, covering the fields of literature, culture, history, and social science.

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Students placed at this level have no prior knowledge of the spoken language. The course aims to give students of Modern Standard Arabic the opportunity to learn the basics of the Lebanese dialect. Students at this level will learn to communicate with native speakers in a variety of everyday situations.

Refund Clause: Please note that there will be no refund of the program fee after the commencement of the session, unless the University cancels the program due to unforeseen reasons.

Practice is key to gaining confidence in the Lebanese dialect, and you’ll have ample opportunity to do so with your own designated language partner. It’s a great way to apply what you learn to your everyday classroom lessons and increase your learning ability.

The program gives you the opportunity to practically immerse yourself in the languages ​​and different cultures of Lebanon and the region. The rigorous academic curriculum is complemented by a rich extracurricular and cultural program including lectures, films, clubs, trips and activities with LAU’s Arab Institute for Women and Institute for Migration Studies.

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Learn about the complexities of the region from a historical perspective and the issues that shape it today through a weekly program of virtual lectures and informative videos. The following are examples of topics covered:

We will share with you tourist videos, information and links to unknown and popular places in Lebanon, such as:

We’ll take you on a virtual tour, teach you how to cook delicious and easy-to-prepare Lebanese dishes, and introduce you to everyday life in Lebanon through family gatherings, weddings, and tours. We will also share with you a list of Lebanese movies so that you can get to know Lebanon.