MALIC’S Students


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Our students represent a diverse collection of professions and cultural backgrounds, coming to learn Arabic at MALIC from around the world for a multitude of reasons spanning from professional development, academic research, study abroad and diplomatic service to simple curiosity and a love for languages. However, what brings students to MALIC and keeps them coming back is the quality of our services and the variety of flexible and robust programs that we offer to meet the individual goals, schedules and circumstances of any Arabic language learner. In fact, far more students come to us by way of referrals from previous clients than by any other means of traditional marketing, a fact for which we are very honored and proud. So whether you are a CEO seeking to refine his employees’ cultural and linguistic fluency in order to expand operations in the Arab world or just an undergraduate student looking to hone his “street Arabic”, we say “ahlan wa sahlan” to you all and we look forward to accompanying you on your journey as you immerse yourself in the Arabic language.

Here is a list of only a few of the programs, universities, corporations and other organizations that our former and current students represent:

Government Offices and Agencies

  • Australian Department of Defense
  • US Department of Defense
  • US Air Force Academy
  • British Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Non-Governmental Organizations and Corporations

  • UNICEF
  • UNRWA
  • Coca Cola
  • Samsung
  • Orange

Universities, Scholarship, Fellowship and Academic Research Programs

  • Fulbright Fellowship Program
  • Boren Fellowship Program
  • Cambridge University
  • University of Bonn
  • Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  • Princeton University
  • Brown University
  • Middlebury College
  • Kenyon College
  • German-Jordanian University
  • University of Jordan-Jubeiha