Learning Arabic in Tetouan, Morocco is a fantastic option for the Arabic student seeking a comfortable or luxurious setting
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“If you want to live frugally, then utilize the bus system, split taxis with two other people (three people maximum in local cabs), and calculate exchange rates. However, in general, al-Maghreb’s cost of living is low.”
Petra is an archeaological treasure: it is essentially an entire city carved into stone, complete with water conduits.
“I believe this trip is a must-do if you are in Morocco, just make sure you always have water and are always well nourished nutritionally. The trip was educational, awe-inspiring, and unforgettable.”
“Make sure you demonstrate to your host family that your are indeed grateful for them taking you in, despite the impersonal monetary exchange.”
Due to our very central location, our convenient class times (8:30-2:30), our friendly and local staff and extracurricular activities, students find getting into the community easy and rewarding. Especially during such an exciting and optimistic time in the history of this country.
As a university professor I value high-quality education. Therefore, I think of my school as an academy rather than a company offering education. This has been reflected on how we recruit our instructors, and on how we treat our agents and students.
“When traveling abroad, we strongly urge our participants to avoid political protests, labor strikes and other confrontational gatherings. This is the case whether in Europe, Asia, Latin America or Africa.”
“Everything is OK in Morocco. All students are safe.”
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