Moroccan Center for Arabic Studies

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Basic Information

Address: Address Allal Ben Abdellah Immeuble 2 S/F Rabat, Morocco
Phone Number: 00212601382536
Director: Ali Bensebaa
Duration: Starting from 1 week to 4 semesters a year

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Additional Information


350 Euros

Curriculum Highlights:

Study Arabic in a real context of Arabic speaking
Improve your communicability while gaining a frist hand experience of Moroccan culture
Get credit for your classes
Volunteer and intern with International NGOS

School Setting:

Located in the heart of Medina Rabat, the capital of Morocco

Program Information: Welcome to the Moroccan Center for Arabic Studies. We are a language school located in Rabat, Morocco and we are committed to teaching Arabic as a foreign language as well as providing a truly unique Moroccan cultural experience.Curious about learning Arabic or volunteering through an innovative and immersive context? Explore our programs and get in touch with us today for more information. MCAS provides Arabic lessons from beginning levels, intermediate to advanced levels with lessons in both Moroccan Colloquial Arabic (Darija) and Modern Standard Arabic. Arabic in Rabat: Our location in the Medina of Rabat offers the perfect setting for the study of Arabic in the 21st century. The oldest neighborhood of the capital city of Morocco, the Medina is a friendly, comfortable and safe place to pursue your scholastic endeavors. It is also the ideal locale for immersion in the local culture. You are guaranteed to find your host family, the Medina, Rabat and Morocco as an incredibly hosting culture with a history of overlapping values from both the East and the West that will deliver for you. The Moroccan Center for Arabic Studies engages in education year round. With four terms relative to the Seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter, each can last up to three months and curriculum includes Modern Standard Arabic, Colloquial Moroccan Arabic as well as calligraphy. There are various classes available based on the student’s experience with the language, from entry level, to beginner, intermediate and advanced. Through the intermediate level, the course follows the Al Kitab I & II (Georgetown Press) curriculum as a basis for the study of Modern Standard Arabic. Colloquial Arabic is also valued and is taught alongside yet separately from the Modern Standard Arabic due to its linguistic singularity.