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We have a number of courses being offered this summer. Have a look here
Kelsey Arabic Program Courses held April 20 – May 28, on afternoons, evenings or Saturdays, according to availability of interested students Advanced conversation – women only, exploring topics most often discussed among Arab women Advanced conversation – men only, exploring topics most often discussed among Arab men Grammar course using Al-Ktaab Cooking Middle Eastern […]
Three hours of speaking weekly, one hour of reading and writing 6:00-8:00 pm twice weekly, Monday and Wednesday March 30 – May 20 (eight weeks) Option for the group to continue after course is finished Minimum three students, maximum eight. Cost: 200 JD, books 15 JD Register by March 26, 12:00 noon by email firstname.lastname@example.org […]
We have several offerings to choose from this summer: June course in Amman (Jabal Hussein) 4 days weekly, 8:30-11 am, up to five levels offered. Conversational Arabic. Reading and writing for beginners can also be added. June 2-26 Cost: 200 JD. 10 JD discount for payment by May 8. Full first level in Amman (Jabal […]
Registration is open for Spring 2014 courses at our Amman location. Accepted applicants who register and pay the 100 JOD deposit by January 7 will be guaranteed a position in class and be eligible for a lower tuition rate. Contact us or apply online right away to reserve a place in our program!
We are planning to offer part-time Arabic courses in mornings (beginners or second-level) and evenings (beginners). Please contact us at email@example.com or 6-4646247 for details.
We are completing our move to the new building in Jabal Hussein. Consequently, our office phone number has changed. The number is now 06 4646247. From outside Jordan, call 962 6 464 6247. If you need directions, you can call us there.
Are you a non-native English speaker? If so, have you considered how your level of English will affect your studies of the Arabic language? Here are a number of reasons why your proficiency in English will affect your Arabic studies: A good portion of your classmates at Kelsey may be native English speakers, so communicating […]