Arabic: Growing demand
- Arabic is the fifth most commonly spoken language in the world.
- Liturgical language of Islam.
- High demand and low supply of Arabic-speakers in the world.
- There are financial incentives for learning Arabic.
- Arabic-speaking nations are a rapid growing market for trade.
- Arabic-speaking peoples have made significant contributions to world civilization.
- Arabic-speaking world has a rich cultural heritage.
- Arabic can promote intercultural understanding.
Arabic is spoken by more than 260 million people throughout the world and is the main language of most of the Middle East. The global importance of Arabic language is on the rise in today’s world with the growing presence of the Middle East in our daily news. Arabic plays an important role in the Islamic faith because Arabic is the language of the Holy Quran. Arabic is considered to be one of the oldest language in the world with a wealth of knowledge that archaeologists to this day are still trying to uncover. Importance of Arabic has roots going back to the sixth century. The Middle East has a rich history that has some of the most remarkable stories such as the Arabian Nights, Ali Baba, and Aladdin. Arabs have also made significant contributions in areas like mathematics, navigation, belly dancing, astrology, and architecture.
Arabic is becoming an important business language on the international platform. Learning Arabic opens up many employment possibilities in a number of different industries such as oil, travel, finance, and translation to name a few.
- Certificate in Arabic
- Diploma in Arabic
- Advaced Diploma in Arabic
MRCFL is focused in delivering the lingual program not only for the budding professionals but also for the efficient professionals who have marked their presence in the industry and are thriving for greater heights.
MRCFL conducts classes for adolescents in modules ranging over a period of 3-4 months per module. The classes are held once a week. These courses are currently offered only in Spanish and German. These classes equip the young minds to meet the future requirements of the globalised world.