If you are looking to merge between Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Arabic, the Mixed Program is very suitable for you. You can learn the two programs in the same time into a special course that teaches standard Arabic and colloquial accent, and you can understand the correlation between them.

Most of Arabic learners choose the strategy that merge between the Modern Arabic Language and the Colloquial. Each of the both languages supports the other. So, if you want strongly to study and learn the colloquial Arabic, you can choose this program generally to extend the range of your abilities to benefit from this language. Moreover, if you want to learn and study the Modern Standard/Classical Language, you should experiment learning both languages to acquire the high strength in learning the language.
The Palestinian Arabic colloquial language is very close to the modern Arabic language and it is used in media language. With little training you can get the experience and the knowledge to use it in your daily life and in all Arab countries. In this way you support you goal in learning the language in a wide range especially when you link the standard Arabic with the colloquial.

The program has six levels and comes into Intensive Mixed or Non-Intensive Mixed program. The program is taught at a high level of expertise for more than 20 years. The unique thing in this course that it makes you very close to the modern and practical life and be able to communicate with locals easily.
Enjoy Summer Program in Ramallah, Palestine!
  Mixed Arabic (Modern Standard & Colloquial)

  Programs Starting Dates


 For a longer period please check:

Spring 2024

Summer 2024


 Five-Year Arabic Programs Calendar (Programs Starting Dates: 2022-2027)

 1 March 2023

(Registration is still open) **

 2 June 2024



 1 April 2023

 1 July 2024



 1 May 2023

 1 August 2024


Please note that:

  Fall 2024

  Winter 2024/2025


 1- The Private Arabic Training Program (One-To-One), Online Arabic Program and Full Immersion Arabic Program do not follow these dates. These kinds of courses start immediately at any date of registration.

   1 September 2023

  1 December 2024


 2-  For a group of students who have nearly the same language level also can start immediately at any date of registration.

 1 October 2023

 2 January 2025



 3 November 2023

2 February 2025


** Registration is still open for some courses.

Mixed Arabic Program (Modern Standard & Colloquial) Intensive Program Semi-Intensive Program Non-Intensive Program
Program duration At least 2 weeks and up to 48 weeks. At least 4 weeks and up to 48 weeks. At least 4 weeks and up to 48 weeks.
Lessons per week 20 Lessons.   10 Lessons.   6 Lessons.
Days per week 5 Days.   5 Days.   3 Days.
Lesson duration 45 Minutes.   45 Minutes.   45 Minutes.
Average number of students in class 5 Students.   5 Students.   5 Students.
Maximum number of students in class 8 Students.   8 Students.   8 Students.
Program levels 6 Levels, beginners to advanced. 8 Levels, beginners to advanced. 12 Levels, beginners to advanced.
Lessons periods (Choose One Only) Morning or evening.   Morning or evening.   Morning or evening.
Morning period
Subject to be changed
10:00 -13:00   10:00 -11:30    10:00 -11:30
Evening period
Subject to be changed
17:00 - 20:00    18:00 -19:30     18:00 -19:30
Program Fee of Two Weeks 40 Lessons = €1600 - -
Program Fee for Every Four Weeks 80 Lessons = €3000   40 Lessons = €1600    24 Lessons = €950
Registration €100 €100 €100

Notes:  Mixed Arabic Program: Modern Standard & Colloquial Arabic

* Lesson = 45 Minutes.
* Registration fee: €50 Euro paid once at registration.
* Study materials booklet: €50 Euro, paid every four weeks.
* Placement Test: €50 Euro, (For students other than beginners).
* Extending a program to more weeks or lessons should be done at least one week prior to the end of the current course.
* All prices quoted are subject to change without notice!

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