Ahlan’s Arabic learning philosophy
Ahlan World is comprised of Arabic language schools in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Italy, and each of the centers shares Ahlan World’s Arabic learning philosophy. We understand foreign language not merely as a goal, but also as a tool that enables and encourages greater understanding between cultures. Accordingly, Ahlan courses combine Arabic language learning with an introduction to local customs and culture in order for the student to have a comprehensive experience that goes beyond that of a traditional language class.
Outside the classroom, students are offered the opportunity to take part in initiatives with local organisations, attend seminars, and participate in weekly extracurricular activities or trips. Through this multi-faceted approach, students at Ahlan World develop both linguistically and personally during their experience. Although Ahlan World centers are linked by the organisation’s wider philosophy, each location also offers a unique learning environment, just as each of the cities and countries in the Arab world reflects a unique culture and society.
Prospective students can choose the center that best suits their interests, circumstances, and personal goals.Check out the rest of our website for more information on academics, student life, and the different locations. We look forward to welcoming you as a new member of the Ahlan family and share our Arabic learning values!
We believe that travel is a great educator, promoting trust, knowledge, understanding and respect between people of different cultures. That is why we opened our centres in Arab countries.
We create initiatives between our centres and local organisations, NGOs and foreign institutions, which enable its students to further understand Arabic and the local communities that speak it.
We introduce our students to local activities to further mutual understanding and respect. We encourage sustainable tourism and organize initiatives aimed at reviving cultural traditions.
At the end of your course, go back home with a certificate to attest the level you reached. The formal one, of course! There would be no way to express how you'll be enriched after the Ahlan experience.