Al-Ghazzali Centre presents
Arabic Language Program (Beginner & Intermediate Level)
Part of al-Ghazzali Centre’s Faculty of Linguistic Sciences Programs, this program is a foundational course to develop students who have reading and writing ability in Arabic but little or no comprehension and speaking ability. Some individuals interested in Arabic language may have some basic learning, and some may have none, but this course is designed in a streamlined manner to benefit both levels of “beginner” and “intermediate” students.
A Faculty of Linguistic Sciences Program
Orientation Day: Saturday 4th February, 2012, 10:00am
Course Commencement: Wednesday 8th February, 2012, 7:30pm
Time: Saturdays 10:00am – 12:00pm
Wednesdays 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Duration: Approximately 12 months
Where: SeekersHub, Sydney,
1021A Canterbury Road,
(Cnr. Willeroo Street), Lakemba, NSW 2195.
(Entry via Willeroo Street).
Cost: FREE, by donation. Your donations will help the Knowledge Without Barriers initiative.
Enquiries: Tel: (02) 9708 1539
The objectives of this course are:
To learn to understand and begin to speak Classical Arabic
To be able to read and generally understand Traditional Texts of Islamic Sciences
To be ready to undertake advanced level Arabic Language Immersion program upon completion
“I studied two years at a Sydney University in their Arabic program, and what I learnt there in those two years, was too far from Classical Arabic. This course brought me to speed with the Arabic Language in 6 months what I was unable to achieve at the university course over two years.” – Mohammed Rafiq