Learn Modern Standard Arabic

Courses suitable for all kinds of learners and all abilities.

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A beautiful and fascinating language

Arabic is a beautiful, logical and efficient language.
We aim to dispel the myth that Arabic is ‘difficult’.

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Arabic is a beautiful, logical and efficient language.
We aim to dispel the myth that Arabic is ‘difficult’.

Learn for free
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Award Winning online language courses

An interactive course of Modern Standard Arabic.
Courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced – all to internationally recognised standards.

Discover Arabic.

Our range of learning programmes

Start learning now with this condensed and simplified version of the first 3 units from our Beginners to Intermediate Programme. No previous knowledge of Arabic needed.

FREE

Our Beginners to Intermediate Programme offers a fully interactive online course of Modern Standard Arabic, which is spoken and understood in all Arab countries.

£89  |  $99  |  €99

Our Advanced Programme is designed for learners who have studied Arabic for at least two years and are able to read and understand Arabic texts in various subject areas.

£39

Customised learning:

Corporate Arabic programmes

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Our Corporate Arabic programmes can be individually designed for staff travelling on trade missions, working on relocation or deployment schemes and who need to update their linguistic and cultural skills in order to function effectively.

Why learn with ArabicOnline?

  • Courses suitable for all kinds of learners, regardless of ability
  • Uses Modern Standard Arabic, spoken throughout the Arab world
  • Optional study with Western script or with Arabic script
  • Focused on communication skills and cultural understanding
  • Recognised language learning levels, with certification
  • Up-to-date language teaching methodologies and approaches

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