Learn Modern Standard Arabic


Online Arabic courses for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels.


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 courses for Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced levels.
Study Arabic at your own pace, any time, anywhere.

Online Arabic courses


Learn Arabic with our interactive online courses of Modern Standard Arabic. Learn communication skills in everyday situations.


Designed for learners who have studied Arabic for at least two years and can read and understand Arabic texts.


Full access to all our online Arabic courses. The programme includes tests and certificates for levels A1 to B2 of the CEFR.


For organisations that wish to teach Arabic to staff or students. Includes integrated LMS, reporting and monitoring.


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Award Winning online Arabic courses

An interactive course of Modern Standard Arabic.
Arabic courses for all kinds of learners and all abilities – all to internationally recognised standards.

Why learn Arabic 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

How is Arabic Online different?

Arabic Online is based on the requirements of the Common European Framework of Reference for Modern Languages (CEFR) the international benchmark for defining language proficiency levels and which is recognised throughout Europe. The Premium Programme contains a range of tests and certificates for different levels of the CEFR.

The programmes have been designed for self-study. You can study Arabic at your own pace any time, anywhere.


Developed with the support of the Lifelong Learning programme of the European Union.

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