Why study Arabic?

• Learn many skills which are useful in a wide range of careers, such as the ability to communicate clearly, be confident about speaking in public, use problem solving strategies and write coherently.
• The subject has been developed to help students of all abilities progress and develop a passion for language.
• Add an international dimension to your choice of GCSE subjects, which is something many employers and higher education providers look for in an employee.
• Have greater opportunities to work and/or study abroad, or work for companies in the UK with international links.
• Discuss your interests, ideas and opinions with other people who speak Arabic.
• The assessments are accessible to all students and provide a real world focus.


What will I learn?

GCSE Arabic helps you explore a wide range of topics, from celebrations and festivals, through getting by as a tourist in Arabic-speaking countries to international campaigns and events. You will learn about Arabic culture through a range of interesting topics which will add to your understanding of the language and country.



Mr Mohamed Nabhan

Head of Arabic A & Islamic

Mohammad Nabhan graduated from Dar Al-Ulum faculty, where he studied Arabic literature and Islamic studies. Mohamed has been teaching in Jumeirah College for three years, he has been involved in many initiatives as workshops for Arabic A parents and special support programme for advanced Arabic A students.






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