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The Middle East boasts a uniquely diverse population filled with a myriad of political, cultural and religious identities. In this setting, students have the opportunity to learn first hand about historic cultures and empires based in the region.
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Biblical Greek is a two-level course through which you will learn to master Greek letters and ancient Greek syntax, and learn how translations over the centuries have changed the true meaning of texts in the New Testament. [+]
Students on our Area & Arabic Language Studies program in Amman have the opportunity to study both Modern Standard Arabic and Jordanian Arabic and learn first-hand from leading faculty from the Qasid Arabic Institute about the critically important Middle East region. [+]
This course will contain everything an individual needs to learn the Arabic Language (Classical and Modern Standard) from complete beginner to advanced level Insha' Allah (God Willing). We teach mainly Primary Levels of Arabic to expatriates with maximum six students in a batch. It starts with the Alphabets, Introduction, Vocabulary, Sentences and Essential grammar. [+]
ECMIT offers a 6 –Level English Language program that prepares students for effective communication in English, and TOEFL and IELTS preparatory program that prepare students for university entrance examinations. [+]