Study Arabic with Jami Institute in Walsall
Jami Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies
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Jami Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies is the education wing of UM-EC which is a charitable organisation working to spread knowledge, tolerance and wisdom in the British society. Jami Institute is one of the most unique Arabic Education Centre in Walsall area in the West Midlands-United Kingdom (UK).
Our Institute for Arabic Studies and Arabic Language has been delivering Free courses and classes in Arabic & Islamic Sciences , for Adults & Youths, for many years. Our study programme has been proven, and tested with a unique and efficient interactive system that is easy and very simple. In Jami Institute you will learn and practice your Arabic with a native speaker.
Our highly qualified teachers will introduce you to the course and guide you every step of the way, from learning the alphabet, to correct pronunciation and ultimately reading, writing and speaking Arabic words and sentences.
Jami Institute offers the following Courses & Qualifications:
• Certificate in Spoken & Conversational Arabic
• Arabic for English Speakers
• Arabic: reading, writing & Speaking for beginners
• Certificate in Arabic Studies and literature
• Diploma in Arabic Studies and Literature
• Certificate in Arabic Language & Grammar
• Diploma in Arabic Language & Grammar
• Advance Diploma in Arabic Language
• Arabic For Adults & Youths.
• Arabic one to one Tuition
• Arabic by Distance Learning
• Certificate in Modern & Classical Persian (Farsi/Dari)
• Certificate in Conversational Persian (Farsi/Dari)
• Certificate and Diploma in various Islamic Sciences in Arabic
• Certificate in Quranic Reciation with rules of Tajweed
• Free General ESOL for Adults and Youths.
Jami Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies - in Walsall offers both short and long term Arabic Language courses for ALL ages and all levels.
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