Learn to Speak Arabic in Auckland
Imagine what a knowledge of Arabic could bring you in terms of understanding the world and its cultures. Arabic is a major international language and is spoken in 27 countries around the world. Learning Arabic makes travel to these countries more enjoyable and enriching, it helps increase your employment options in the Middle East and helps you do business with the Arab world. Learning Arabic also helps to read and understand the Koran and the rich Arab culture and history.
Arabic learning options
Choose to learn Arabic in the style that suits you best:
Arabic classes at the Language Hub:
• Are 100% immersion
• Cover the four skills speaking, listening, reading & writing
• Focus on language acquisition and retention
• Cover 6 levels from beginners to advanced
• Are fun, effective and engaging
• Use international best practice teaching techniques
• Include Online Learning so you can keep learning between classes
Your Pathway to Speaking Arabic
When you enrol as a Language Hub student you also get free access to Language Hub’s comprehensive and complementary Online Learning Programme.
Arabic class levels
Arabic classes at Language Hub are broken down into 6 levels, with each level taking approximately one year to complete. These levels correspond to the levels given by the Common European Framework for Languages. Students start in Level A1, and progress through to level C2. A level C2 certificate acknowledges total fluency in Arabic.
Not a beginner?
Test your Arabic level to find out which class is best for you.
Meet your Teachers
Target your Learning to your Goals
The reason why you are learning Arabic can change the way you learn it. If you have a specific goal in mind, get some tips to help you meet that goal:
Eman is one of our Arabic Teachers. Check back soon to learn more about her.
Ali believes that learning languages contributes to the development of an intercultural and tolerant society. Ali is a native Arabic speaker from Bahrain. He holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Education and Linguistics, and a postgraduate diploma in Arts specializing in Education. He has a Master degree in Education. His thesis was about the implementation of language learning in New Zealand intermediate schools: Challenges and solutions.