Morocco: Arabic Language and Community Service

SIT offers accredited, field-based study abroad programs in more than 30 countries worldwide.

Morocco: Arabic Language and Community Service

Based in Rabat, this multifaceted program offers Mod­ern Standard Arabic courses, an Arabic writing seminar, and a community service project with a local nongov­ernmental organization (NGO) or community-based association. Students at all levels—including beginners— hone their Arabic language skills through intensive language study in the classroom; onsite field exercises at souks, museums, and other settings throughout Morocco; and homestays. Please refer to our website for more information

Subjects

  • Arabic
  • Middle Eastern Studies
  • Near And Middle Eastern Language Literature And Studies

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