Why learn Arabic?
Cradle of world civilisation
The Arab world, which covers much of the Middle East and North Africa, was one of the cradles of world civilisation during the region’s golden age in the 8th to 14th centuries when it was at forefront of science, medicine and the arts.
The region boasts some of the world’s most dramatic architecture, much of it UNESCO World Heritage sites including Historic Cairo and the Great Mosque of Samarra. More modern masterpieces include the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.