Sultan Qaboos Institute Celebrates Conclusion of 48th Cycle for Non-Native Arabic Students

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Content Manager at Omanspire. Works as a Scrum Master. Hassan has technical and web design experience.
Sultan Qaboos Institute Celebrates Conclusion of 48th Cycle for Non-Native Arabic Students

Sultan Qaboos Institute Celebrates Conclusion of 48th Cycle for Non-Native Arabic Students

The Sultan Qaboos Institute for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers in the Wilayat of Manah, Oman, recently celebrated the conclusion of its 48th cycle for a group of students from 16 different nationalities. The two-month program included lessons in classical Arabic, media Arabic, and Omani culture, and was designed to help students develop their language skills in a variety of contexts.

At the closing ceremony, Saeed bin Mana’a Al-Ghafri, one of the institute’s faculty members, spoke about the importance of providing students with a curriculum that meets their needs and interests. He also highlighted the value of using modern applications and activities to encourage students to use the language in real-world situations.

The ceremony also featured a visual presentation by student Elena, who spoke about the most prominent modern applications in learning Arabic. Student Apollonia from Poland recited a poem by Nizar Qabbani entitled (The Dark-Eyed One), and the Institute’s Department of Media and Public Relations presented a film that captured the students’ experiences during the program.

The conclusion of the cycle was sponsored by Engineer Al-Yaqzan bin Abdullah Al-Harthy, Director General of the Museum of Oman Through Time. In his remarks, Al-Harthy commended the institute for its commitment to excellence in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers. He also expressed his appreciation for the students’ hard work and dedication, and wished them all the best in their future endeavors.

The Sultan Qaboos Institute for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers is a leading institution in its field, and its programs have helped countless students from all over the world learn Arabic and develop a deeper understanding of Omani culture. The institute’s commitment to providing quality education is evident in the success of its students, and its 48th cycle was no exception.

Congratulations to all of the students who graduated from the Sultan Qaboos Institute for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers’ 48th cycle! We wish you all the best in your future studies and careers.

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