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Directorio de Cursos, Masters y Postgrados - DAR LOUGHAT - Centro Inter-Cultural de Idiomas
Learn Arabic!


Arabic at Dar Loughat

Why Learn Arabic?

Some of the many reasons to learn Arabic are …

  • Arabic is one of the five most widely spoken languages in the world.
  • It's one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
  • It is the official language in twenty-three countries and is the mother tongue of nearly 200 million people living across a wide geographical area spreading from Morocco to Yemen.
  • It is also the spoken language of millions of people living in Australia, Canada, Europe and the United States.
  • The Arabic script is the second most widely used writing system in the world. It’s used in a number of languages, including Persian, Urdu, Pashto, Dari and Kurdish.
  • Arabic is the fastest-growing spoken language of study at U.S. and European colleges and universities.
  • Studying Arabic leads to:
    • An acquaintance with Middle Eastern and North African cultures.
    • A deeper understanding of Arab cultures and civilizations and Islamic traditions and philosophy.
    • Enhanced opportunities in the US & European labor markets.

Why at Dar Loughat?

Studying Arabic at Dar Loughat will offer you unique and distinctive benefits such as:

  • Tetouan’s rich diversity that allows students to enjoy the city's excellent Mediterranean beaches, its evergreen Rif Mountains and its five-century-old Medina.
  • The low cost of our programs and of life in Tetouan present students with an unforgettable experience in an exotic location for less than they would pay for many other locations.
  • The small size of the city is another incentive that attracts students, in that it helps them quickly and easily become integrated and immersed into the community and the culture of Tetouan.
  • The possibility of combining language courses with culture-themed courses and/or volunteer work. Dar loughat offers, in addition to MSA and Moroccan Dialect classes, a wide range of culture courses with a focus on a variety of themes such as: An Introduction to Islam, Moroccan History, Sufism in Morocco, Andalusian History, etc.
  • Opportunities for students to become fully immersed in the Moroccan culture and Muslim life through cultural activities, volunteering work and home-stay programs.
  • A chance for students to interact with Moroccan university students and make local friends through our Conversation Exchange and Home-Stay programs.
  • Dar Loughat Networking opportunities with Tetouan’s universities, NGOs, and local associations.