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Q1: The Arabic language seems difficult. Is it possible to start learning Arabic in this institute as a beginner?
Most people start to learn Arabic for the first time in this institute. Our teachers teach you how to pronounce and write the Arabic characters carefully. However, it is necessary for you to memorize all Arabic characters as soon as possible, this depends on the effort that you are willing to put in. So we advise you to start studying Arabic characters from that day you decide to study at the institute. .

Q2: What language is used in the class?
Lessons are all in Arabic conducted by our native Arabic teachers.

    Q3: After graduation, which level will I reach?
    The aim of the course is for students to master basic Arabic which is the equivalent to a secondary school level in Arabic countries, this is reached after studying 2 years of the original curriculum, but it depends on the students’ personal effort..

    Q4: I have studied Arabic for several years. Is it possible to start from a higher level?
    The students who are skilled in the Arabic language can take the replacement examination and those who pass the exam can start from level2. But it is impossible to start from level 3 or 4, because of our credit system.

    Q5: Why is the tuition fee free?
    rabic Islamic Institute is a cultural institution under the embassy of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and is totally funded by financial aid from them. Only a textbook fee for our original teaching materials, 25,000yen per semester is required.



    Q6: what are the backgrounds of the institute’s students?
    They have various backgrounds such as university students, office workers, professors, housewives and retired employees. Also ages range from teenager to over eighties.

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    They have various backgrounds such as university students, office workers, professors, housewives and retired employees. Also ages range from teenager to over eighties.