- About Us
Arabic ranks as the sixth most spoken language across the world with an estimate of over 280 million native speakers across the 22 countries of the Arab world.
The Arab world has been considered as the main sours of the eastern magic and ambiguity especially for those who are studying the social and human since and that was the main motive for many different specialists scholars to learn the Arabic language.
The beauty of the Arabic language and fascination with its culture and origins has captivated many across centuries. More recently, a desire to strengthen cultural exchange, understanding, and communication with the Arab world has brought about an increasing interest in the Arabic language.
Arabic is significant in the Sultanate's cultural approach locally and globally. Arabic is the official language of the Sultanate, the language of education, the language of communication between the Sultanate and all the Arab countries, and above all, it is the language of the Holy Qura'n.
The establishment of Sultan Qaboos College for Teaching Arabic to Non – Native Speakers in the Sultanate of Oman has been aresponse to aglobal desire to learn Arabic and foster greater cultural understanding and openness.
The college has the support of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, who has promoted the spread of Arabic globally by establishing chairs in Arabic language Studies in anumber of universities across the world.
Sultan Qaboos College for Teaching Arabic Language to Non-Native Speakers looks forward to becoming a regional and international leader in the teaching of ASL, through its high quality programs that depends on the latest technologies in teaching foreign languages and contribution in building communication and cultural bridges with other non-Arabic speaking nations.
The mission of the Sultan Qaboos College for Teaching Arabic Language to Non-Native Speakers is to produce graduates with basic linguistic and cultural competency in MSA. We strive to enable the students to communicate and interact effectively in any Arab society and to allow them to continue further studies in educational institutions where Arabic is the medium of instruction.