Learn Arabic in Cairo
Learn Arabic in Cairo, the fascinating historic capital of Egypt, a simply unforgettable location!
Our school in Cairo
Our school in Cairo has over 30 years’ experience of teaching Arabic, and all of our teachers are fully-qualified native speakers. Students at our school attending an Arabic course in Cairo have access to the Internet throughout the day, a bookshop, a student library and study centre, as well as an onsite student cafeteria serving a variety of reasonably priced drinks and snacks. Our school is located in a safe residential area of Cairo, close to the city centre. The average class size is just 8 students (max. 16) so you’ll get plenty of individual attention, and the 22 classrooms are all air-conditioned.
Lessons at our Arabic school in Cairo take place from Sunday to Thursday, leaving you Friday and Saturday to explore the city and the see the world famous sights beyond! Our school organises optional cultural activities every month, including weekend excursions to the Pyramids, Fayoum, Coptic Cairo, Islamic Cairo and Alexandria.
If you want to learn Arabic, where better to do so than in Cairo, the fascinating historic capital of Egypt, a simply unforgettable location! Cairo is just 10km from some of the most celebrated monuments in the world, including the Sphinx, and one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’, the Great Pyramid of Giza! Cairo itself is full of colour and movement, with street markets and bazaars, where you’ll have lots of opportunities to practise the Arabic you have learnt on your course! If you learn Arabic in Cairo, you’ll have a wealth of cultural events to choose from, including the Nitaq Arts Festival in February, the Pharaoh’s Rally in October and the Cairo International Film Festival in December.
The advantage of choosing an Arabic course in Cairo is that our school in Cairo offers the two most common forms of Arabic; Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. Modern Standard Arabic is used in the media throughout the Middle East, and is understood by most educated Arabic speakers. Egyptian Colloquial Arabic is the most widely understood spoken version of Arabic, used in daily life and conversation. You can even combine your study of Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic on a ‘Combined Course’.
Courses in Cairo
You can choose from a range of courses at our Arabic school in Cairo, including Egyptian Colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic. To gain a full understanding of the language, you can choose to combine the two on a Super Intensive course.
Our school in Cairo also offers a comfortable and convenient on-site school residence as well as a second residence located in the nearby Dokki neighbourhood.
Both residences are equipped with air-conditioning, a fully equipped shared kitchen, student lounge, satellite TV and free wifi access.
Students staying in the residence in Dokki have access to a free shuttle bus, which goes to and from the school in the morning and afternoons.
Our school arranges a wide variety of activities in addition to language lessons, giving students the opportunity to meet and socialise with each other, explore Cairo and learn about Egyptian history and culture and history.
Popular activities include singing classes where you can learn traditional and popular songs, cookery lessons, school parties, calligraphy lessons and excursions to places such as the pyramids at Giza, Alexandria, Saqqara, Nile cruises, the Egyptian Museum, Moez Street and the Black and White Desert.
How to get there
If you are making your first visit to Cairo, we would recommend that you use our school’s airport transfer service. This service is available throughout the school week and at weekends.
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Student stories on our blog
Learning the Lingo in Egypt!The best bits of the courses that I took were for me the very thorough drilling of sounds/letters, controlled oral practice 'chains' around the class, the slightly freer oral/aural pair work information gap activities we had from time to time, the use of visual aids to reinforce meaning, the use of very targeted task-based simple listening on audio CD, the very targeted letter recognition and copying exercises, and the relaxed concentration of trying to copy exactly the flowing pen strokes of my calligraphy teacher, Ahmed, who was a really neat and exact scribe. Read more...
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