Modern standard Arabic
Arabic for specific purposes
Arabic for media
Arabic and Islamic culture
Out door classes
9 Month Program
5 Months Program
3 Months Program
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About Aldiwan Center
Aldiwan Center courses are recommended by students with grants from Fulbright Program (funded by Department of State, USA), many universities and colleges in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia , and is officially accredited by the Egyptian Ministry of Education, Nasr City-East (Cairo) Administration.
Courses and certificates of Aldiwan Center have been credited for by many top universities in many countries cluding: James Madison University ( Virginia, USA ), Duke University, Harvard, and others.
Aldiwan Center Advantage
You will then get credit for your Arabic study from your university, and a certificate from Aldiwan Center in Cairo at the same time.
Al-Diwan was established in 1997 as a language center that teaches Arabic as a foreign language. It was -and still- located in the district of Nasr City in Cairo. At first, target students were either those who came from abroad to study in Al-Azhar or Western students and both were studying Arabic seeking a better understanding of Islam. Then, the circle became larger as many students with different aims came to study in Al-Diwan and it became necessary for Al-Diwan to produce educational materials to suit those different aims.
After that, and as a response to the students suggestions and needs, the idea of establishing another branch in Central Cairo became urgent. We started studying the idea on January 2004, to serve non-Arab students who are living in Cairo and who do not prefer going to the district of Nasr City. Moreover, we started developing new materials for the students who are studying Arabic to go deeper into the Arabic literature or the students seeking better communication with Egyptians (which means that they want to study Egyptian Colloquial Arabic) or even those who want to study for business purposes. We started real working for the establishment of the new branch on March 2006.
Teaching Arabic for non speakers of Arabic regardless of their aims, ages or races; and also we aim at cooperating with research foundations in order to develop the teaching methodology and meet the needs of Arabic learners.
Al-Diwan staff is consisted of native speakers of Arabic. They are university graduates from the faculties or the departments of Arabic. All of the teachers are qualified to teach Arabic as a foreign language and they teach Modern Standard Arabic Fusha with the co-operation of educational aids developers.