يقوم برنامج الفلاجشب الريادي التابع لجامعة أريزونا بتوجيه الطلاب من مختلف التخصصات نحو مستوى عال في إتقان اللغة العربية بفصاحة واحترافية

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Arizona Arabic Flagship Director, Dr. Sonia Shiriensures that students receive the highest level of instruction and guidance. The curriculum includes cutting-edge technology, flexible Arabic course offerings, and scholarship-supported intensive study overseas. Graduates from our program receive a Flagship certificate and become part of an innovative community of global professionals, commanding Superior fluency in critical languages and able to operate at the highest levels of business, government, and education worldwide.

Announcing UA's Arabic Jumpstart Summer Program Application 2021 is Open!

Session I:  June 7 - July 8
Session II:  July 12 -  August 11
 
The deadline for submission is May 3rd: Apply here
 
For more information on how to apply to the program,

please click here: https://menas.arizona.edu/jumpstart

 
Applicants will be notified about Arabic Jumpstart acceptances and possible scholarships by May 10th.

 

NEW FUNDING

There are four Magellan Scholarships worth $1000 each offered through the Flagship program. These scholarships come from the College of Social and Behavior Sciences and intended to support excelling Flagship students.

Students who qualify for the overseas summer or capstone year programs will be awarded additional funding from the UA to help with program expenses (in addition to the Flagship scholarships that they receive).

October 15, 2020

The Arabic Flagship Program, UArizona Attracts New Students and Provides Virtual Immersion Experiences - New Grant Award from the US Department of Education

By Lori Harwood, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

The University of Arizona was awarded an Arabic Flagship Grant for four more years, allowing for top-tier Arabic training – including virtual immersion experiences – to all Arabic learners.

Over the summer, Arabic classes at the University of Arizona were three times their normal size. In addition to learning Arabic with new web-based materials, students could participate in virtual cultural activities with people in Morocco.

Such programming is possible in part because of funding from the Arizona Arabic Flagship Program which has won a new $1.4 million grant for 2020-2024 – plus summer and yearlong study abroad scholarships for participating students – from the National Security Education Program. The federal program supports the learning of languages considered critical for U.S. national security and economic competitiveness.  For the complete article, please click here: https://sbs.arizona.edu/news/arabic-flagship-program-uarizona-attracts-new-students-and-provides-virtual-immersion