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NOW Accepting Arabic Flagship Applications for 2022-2023 here
UA incoming freshmen from all majors are invited to apply to the Arabic Flagship Program for consideration for Fall 2022. No prior knowledge of Arabic is necessary. If you have prior knowledge, you will be placed in the appropriate level after acceptance.
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The University of Arizona Arabic Jumpstart Program fast-tracks global professional careers by allowing incoming UA freshmen and rising high school juniors and seniors to take intensive Arabic summer courses for college credit at a reduced tuition rate and with scholarship support. The renowned program includes a diverse range of cultural activities that boost students' knowledge of the Arabic language and Arab cultures. Learn more
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Arizona Arabic Flagship Director, Dr. Sonia Shiri, ensures 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.
THE ARABIC FLAGSHIP PROGRAM IN THE NEWS
The Arabic Flagship Program, UArizona Attracts New Students and Provides Virtual Immersion Experiences - New Grant Award
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.