University Concludes Arabic Language Course for Non-Native Speakers

King Khalid University - Media Center


Vice Rector of Academic and Educational Affairs, Dr. Saad Du'ajim, recently presided over the closing ceremony for the Arabic Language Training Program. The event, which took place from the 7th to the 11th of Ramadan, was run by the Arabic Language Unit in collaboration with the Arabic Institute at the university main campus.


The program was developed for foreign faculty members. Included were lectures and workshops discussing Arabic Language Skills, phonetics, dialect, language matching, error analysis, and literacy skills.


General Supervisor of the Arabic Language Teaching Unit, Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al-Mazah, said that the program was taught by a group of distinguished experts in the field of Arabic language including Dr. Khalid Al-Shathri, and the Undersecretary of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Jazan University, Dr. Ali Mashaouf. Al-Mazah explained that the program included examinations and activities, and served 29 trainees. He thanked Vice Rector Du'ajim for his support. Dr. Saleh Al-Shathri thanked the guest presenters and the Arab Institute for their efforts. Vice Rector Du'ajim noted that the program is an important part of the university's faculty development. He presented the attendees with certificates and commemorative plaques.