Students in Class in Morocco.

All classes at the School in Morocco engage students in developing a variety of language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) in addition to cultural exploration.  

Faculty from the Mohammed V University are hired to teach classes specifically designed for program participants in advanced language, culture, and civilization. Students take a combination of language and content courses; Modern Standard Arabic (6 hours per week), Moroccan Colloquial Arabic (Daarija) (4 hours per week), an elective content course, and a one-on-one content tutorial. Classes engage students in a variety language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking).

  • All course work is conducted entirely in Arabic;
  • Students adhere to the Middlebury College Language Pledge®;
  • Curriculum designed for high intermediate and advanced Arabic language students.

See Course Descriptions for more details.

Students in Morocco.

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