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ARABIC COURSES FOR BEGINERS

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Description

DI in collaboration with BPI, University of Education Winneba (UEW) and Madinah Institute of Science and Technology(MIST) organized a 3 month language Immersion Programme for final year Arabic language students of UEW.
It is also teaming up with Firdaus Foundation to teach their final year students Arabic Language.
It has organized successful language seminars for Arabic Teachers of all levels to enchance and equip them with modern teaching and learning language methods.
It is also currently working with Coalition for Muslim Organization- Ghana (COMOG) to teach Arabic to a group of students travelling to Sudan to further their education in diverse fields.

Arabic Department

Arabic Language – Adults : 4 levels (Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate and Advance)
Weekdays: (Monday to Friday) 9a.m – 11a.m , 11am – 2pm, 02pm – 4:30pm
Evening : (Monday to Friday) 6pm – 9pm
Weekends: (Saturday and Sunday) 9am – 12pm

Diploma in Arabic Language (starting soon)

Islamic studies for Kids
Weekend (September to June) 9am – 1pm
Summer School. (July to September each year)

Durra Institute of Languages Durra Institute of Languages C3/17 Tile Close Avenue (near Perez Chapel), Alajo North, Accra – Ghana.
(+233) 50 045 0011 / 02 001 4000 email: durra@durragh.com
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