It belongs to the branch of Semitic languages, the best known of which are Hebrew and Aramaic, and is today the largest member of this family, numbering over half a billion speakers. It is the official language in over 20 countries in Africa and the Middle East, while it is now the second language spoken even in some European countries, such as Sweden, due to the increase in the number of Arabic speakers in recent years.
It is important from a geopolitical point of view (one of the 6 official languages of the UN), but also from a cultural point of view as it was the means of expression of the flourishing Arab-Islamic civilization (9th – 13th AD) and remains closely intertwined with the daily lives of millions of Muslims, Arabic-speaking and non-Arabic-speaking.

Modern Standard Arabic, also known as al-Fus ha, is taught all over the world today, which is the modern and simplified revival of classical Qur’anic Arabic. It is the language of the written word, literature, politics and the media (eg al-Jazeera), while also strengthening the linguistic/cultural unity of the Arab World. It is also the language we teach in our program. At the same time, of course, there are dozens of spoken dialects, which are at a greater or lesser distance from the taught common Arabic.

The Arabic alphabet has 28 characters and is admittedly something quite different from what we are used to.

Are you interested in Arabic?

You can contact us daily Monday-Friday 09:00-21:30 , for any help or clarification you need. We will be very happy to meet you and serve you.

Academic year

Courses – Levels:

Levels A1-A2

In 1 year of study (course 2 times a week / 4 hours)

Level B1

In 1 year of study (lesson 1 time per week / 3 hours)

Level B2

In half or 1 year of study depending on inclusion in an intensive or non-intensive department.
During the academic year:

Examining agencies

Upon completion of the respective study cycles, the Arabic language students of Acade Cultural can choose Arabic language certification exams from the An-Najah National University of Nablus in collaboration with the University of Piraeus, recognized by the Greek ASEP.

I choose Arabic

I really like Arabic and I am interested in learning to speak it!

Contact us and we will be very happy to "travel" together to new worlds with different cultures