Winter Intensive Arabic Course

Winter Intensive Arabic Course

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/12/2017 - 07/01/2018
All Day

Location
Tunisia Language Center

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What are you doing this Winter break?
Come and spend 2 weeks in the beautiful city of Tunis, Tunisia, learning the Arabic language!

DATES:
2-weeks: 23 December 2017 – 07 January 2018 | 450 Euros (350 euro without accommodation)


DEADLINE TO APPLY: 30.11.2017

LINK TO APPLY: http://bit.ly/2y0q2fd

For more information, please contact info@femyso.org

DETAILS:
Classical Arabic Classes:
– Participants will be divided into groups according to their level (beginner, intermediate, advanced) based on a level placement test to be taken on the first day
– Morning or afternoon classes: 9-12h or 14-17h
– Classes will take place in small groups (5 to 10 students)
Additional Language for Free! Special Offer
Use your time in Tunis to the max by learning a second language for free! For those who sign up for the Arabic summer course, we offer an additional class in English or French for free. Classes will be held late afternoon twice a week (on condition that a minimum of 5 people sign up for each option).
Please specify your free additional language option in your registration form

ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation is in twin rooms (2 per room) with shared bathrooms. For those who want to request an individual room, an additional fee will apply.

About the Learning Center:
Situated in the heart of Tunis, TLC provides semi-intensive and intensive classes in Arabic, English and French. Our Arabic program aims to promote the teaching of Classical Arabic (FussHa) to non-native speakers, using innovative and interactive methods. All our teachers are highly qualified and trained in advanced pedagogical approaches.

Their pedagogical team is composed of highly experienced teachers trained in Tunisia, France and the UK who all share a passion for language and for delivering engaging, exciting language training, specifically focused on speaking and building students’ confidence to express themselves in the acquired language.