The Arabic Language Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers was initiated as a program attached to Arabic Language Department, College of Education in 1399 - 1400 AH, which aimed to teach Arabic language to students who obtained scholarships offered by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On 19/12/1433 AH, The Arabic Language Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers was established at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University in accordance with the approval of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques the late King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud. Since that time, the Institute has been keen on completing the necessary organizational structures and fixtures to be a distinct scientific edifice in teaching Arabic for Non-Arabic speakers.
Introductory Guide of the Arabic Language Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers (Arabic) - Click here.
Introductory Guide of the Arabic Language Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers (English) - Click here.