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NRCSA Center: Cairo, Egypt  


 

About the NRCSA Center

The institute was established in 1975 and specialize in Arabic Language courses from beginner to advanced levels, university study abroad programs, tailor-made courses for diplomats, organizations and companies, and study and travel courses for the more serious tourist.

It is well situated with easy access to the city. The school houses 18 air-conditioned classrooms, Language Bookshop, Restaurant, Student Library and Study Room/ Internet Center. The building has recently been completely refurbished and is fully air-conditioned.

Why study Arabic in Egypt?

There is no better way to study a language than amongst those who speak it everyday. Nowhere else in the Middle East will you find such a warm and friendly people delighted by your efforts to communicate in their language.

We have attracted large numbers of students from all walks of life wishing to develop their cultural as well as linguistic understanding by studying in Egypt. We have students from all over the world, Europe, Australia, USA, Japan and the Far East, and have provided them with flexible courses that meet their individual needs.

 

About Cairo

Cairo the Triumphant City is the glorious capital of Egypt, the cradle of civilization and the beacon of religion. It is the largest city in the Middle East and Africa and lies at the centre of all routes leading to, and from the three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe. Cairo is an amazing city full of life and movement, and it is that way almost 24 hours every day, with the noisy honking of horns, children playing in the streets and merchants selling their wears and services. And here, the Egyptians are most at home in this powerful, modern and ancient city. Cairo also has wealth of great culture, including art galleries and music halls, such as the Cairo Opera House, as well it should, being one of the largest cities in the world. It also provides some of the grandest accommodations and restaurants in the world, such as the Four Seasons and the Cairo Marriott.

As Egypt is predominately a Muslim country it is important to respect its customs - in particular its dress code when attending class.


 
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