International Bourguiba School of Languages to Learn Arabic
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Since: Mar 10
#1 Apr 20, 2010
Bourguiba School of Languages is one of the most important tunisian public educational institutions. It belongs to Tunis Al Manar University. In addition to providing foreign language courses to tunisians, it also specializes in providing arabic lessons to expatriate tunisians and foreigners who wish to learn arabic or improve their arabic proficiency.
The Arabic Language Program is attended annually by around 1000 foreign students, belonging to 50 different natinalities. This program has 3 annual sessions, the most important and successful ones are held in July and August each year. They are intensive sessions that include 25 hours lessons, in addition workshops in Tunisian Arabic, Theatre and eloquence, Arabic Calligraphy, Civilization and the Cooking Club. The Cooking Club is held in a special kitchen at the school, where students learn to cook Tunisian recipes and special dishes!
There are also excursions and trips to various attractions and historical sites inside Tunisia.
Because of the increasing demand on the Arabic program from students all over the world, Bourguiba School is planning to build a new international student accomodation, in addition to expanding collaboration wih Tunisian families who are willing to host international students of arabic, in a homestay program.
In this rsepect, this is the link of a good Student Guesthouse in Tunis, that provides students an independent room equipped with Wifi. You can contact them to book a budget accomodation:
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