Amman is a wonderful environment for the study of the Arabic language: the Jordanian dialect is close to Classical Arabic, so when you try to talk to the local people, they will easily understand you.
Jordan is a secure modern country. It is a very safe place for foreigners to visit and learn the Arabic language.
Amman is quiet, comfortable and welcoming. Foreign tourists rarely encounter problems. Moreover, Jordanians are more likely to speak to you in Arabic than in English or French and everyone you meet is more than happy to lend a helping hand.
On the evenings and in weekends you may like to stroll through the souk in Amman, relax in the ancient or modern cafés, enjoy a wide variety of Middle Eastern food, or enjoy sea view and swim in Aqaba or the Dead Sea.
You can also visit Petra, one the seven wonders of the world, sleep in a tent in the desert and enjoy watching the moon and stars in a way you have never seen them before.
Check out this introduction video to learn more about the Ahlan Jordan center in Amman. Hear directly from students about their courses, cultural activities, life in Amman, trips around the country, and the reasons why they love Ahlan Jordan!