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Terdapat beratus-ratus kelayakan Profesional yang diiktiraf & kursus latihan dari dunia penyedia pendidikan terkemuka. Objektif kursus perlu membawa kepada kaedah pengajaran dan minat pelajar.

Satu kursus adalah kelas atau set kelas yang meliputi topik tertentu sepanjang tempoh mereka. program kursus boleh merangkumi pelbagai topik yang berbeza dan berkhidmat tujuan yang berbeza untuk pelajar, salah satu yang mungkin untuk menyediakan pengalaman tambahan dan latihan dalam tempoh asas pengetahuan tertentu atau trek kerjaya.

 

Mesir mempunyai sistem pendidikan yang tertua di Afrika Utara dan Timur Tengah. Kerajaan sentiasa membiayai pendidikan tinggi menjadikannya salah satu daripada kehidupan pelajar yang paling murah di Afrika Utara dan Timur Tengah. Universiti Kaherah merupakan universiti terkemuka.

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Course: The Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program

AUC The American University in Cairo
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Mesir Cairo

AUC offers International students the opportunity to focus their study on Arabic language through the Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program. [+]

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Mesir 2017. Course: The Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program AUC offers International students the opportunity to focus their study on Arabic language through the Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program. This is a distinct program, devoted to the study of Arabic Language and Egyptian Culture. The Program offers three levels of study; elementary, intermediate and advanced courses. Aside from credit courses, ALIN offers noncredit courses in calligraphy, music and drama. The program also offers trips and day tours to various sites in and around Cairo. Advantages of Studying at the Department of Arabic Language Instruction Learn modern standard and colloquial Arabic in an Arabic-speaking country Fully accredited in Egypt and the United States, with an 80-year history of excellence Supportive learning environment Unbeatable sightseeing and travel opportunities Extracurricular activities provide an opportunity to meet Egyptian students Courses are offered in both the Fall and Spring semester. Students have to be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours to be considered full time. In addition a Summer Program is offered: The Department of Arabic Language Instruction (ALI) offers an intensive summer program from the first week of June until the last week of July. Students must take 20 hours of class per week to be considered full time. Courses are offered at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The ALI program offers tailored courses, subject to the availability of resources. A number of electives are also offered, from which each student may take up to two (based on their levels). What will you learn A student who successfully completes the first year of elementary intensive study with the ALIN can expect to possess a working competence in reading and writing Modern Standard Arabic and understanding and speaking Egyptian Colloquial or Modern Standard Arabic. Students who complete the second year of study should be able to read and write Modern Standard Arabic with some fluency, to pursue study in topics that specially interest them in Arabic and to converse freely in Arabic. Intermediate-level students will also have had an opportunity to acquire vocabulary and terminology related to such special fields of interest as business and diplomacy. At the end of such an advanced course, a student should be able to compete with Arab students at the university level. Alternatively, the student should be able to employ Arabic with competence and confidence in the fields of business or diplomacy. Deadlines for Application Fall semester: August 1 Spring semester: December 15 Summer semester: May 1 For Application Process We’re eager to make the application process as smooth as possible for you To apply for the Arabic Language Institute program students need to submit an Arabic Language Institute application form electronically or a hard copy application mailed to the AUC NYO office. The supplementary documents we require are an official university transcript and one letter of recommendation. After acceptance you will also need to provide passport information (copy of the passport and three passport sized photographs) and medical examination form. If you have any further inquiries for application or on any academic matters don't hesitate to contact nyo@aucegypt.edu For Detailed Curriculum Levels of Study Elementary The course for beginners runs from the first week of September through May. The main emphasis is on Modern Standard Arabic, but Egyptian Colloquial Arabic is simultaneously offered (about 30 percent of class time is devoted to colloquial). Arabic is used as the main medium of instruction in the second half of the program. The course comprises up to 20 hours per week of classroom instruction, including interactive audio visual work and up to 20 hours of home assignments. A student who successfully completes the first year of intensive study with the ALIN can expect to possess a working competence in reading and writing Modern Standard Arabic and understanding and speaking Egyptian Colloquial or Modern Standard Arabic. Intermediate Courses at this level are designed for those who have completed a year of intensive study at the elementary level of the Department of Arabic Language Instruction or who have studied two or more years elsewhere and can demonstrate similar level of competence. The program runs from the first week of September through May in the following year. Arabic is the chief medium of instruction. Students continue work in Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. Interested students may, at this level, begin to acquire familiarity with classical Arabic. Attention is given to the Arabic of print and broadcast media, while special lecture courses in Arabic are offered in response to the special interests of the students, such as Middle Eastern economics and politics, business correspondence, medieval and modern Arabic literature. Students who complete the second year of study should be able to read and write Modern Standard Arabic with some fluency, to pursue study in topics that specially interest them in Arabic and to converse freely in Arabic. Intermediate-level students will also have had an opportunity to acquire vocabulary and terminology related to such special fields of interest as business and diplomacy. Advanced Exceptional students may wish to take a third year. These courses are arranged according to demand, but they typically include advanced work in reading and writing, and lecture courses in special topics. At the end of such a course, a student should be able to compete with Arab students at the university level. Alternatively, the student should be able to employ Arabic with competence and confidence in the fields of business or diplomacy. ALIN offers tailored courses pending the availability of resources. Students who successfully complete their ALIN courses receive certificates of achievement from the Department of Arabic Language Instruction stating their level of proficiency in Arabic. A complete application form and one letter of recommendation must be submitted. Students whose native language is not English must demonstrate adequate English-language proficiency. There is no required application fee. Since places in the program are limited and admission is on a rolling basis, it is advisable for the applicant to complete the application and arrange to have a recommendation letter sent to the appropriate AUC office well before the deadline. Summer Program The Department of Arabic Language Instruction (ALI) offers an intensive summer program from the first week of June until the last week of July. Students must take 20 hours of class per week to be considered full time. Courses are offered at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The ALI summer program offers tailored courses, subject to the availability of resources. A number of electives are also offered, from which each student may take up to two (based on their levels). Academic Features Modern Standard Arabic: The language of the media, literature, science and formal fields of contemporary knowledge Egyptian Spoken Arabic: The language of everyday interaction and daily living Academic electives including translation, the Qur’an and media for intermediate and advanced levels (one credit) Students receive six to eight credit hours in this program depending on their level Cultural components including calligraphy, music, singing and dancing (non-credit) Study aid centers ALI offers professional faculty, up-to-date facilities and extracurricular activities and the program welcomes non-native students as well as students of Arab origin [-]