‘Al Masdar’ to provide Arabic language and cultural information

October 27, 2013 1:58 pm

‘Al Masdar’ to provide Arabic language and cultural information

Doha 27th October 2013: Qatar Foundation International (QFI) in cooperation with Center for the Languages, Arts, & Societies of the Silk Road will launch an Arabic resource site- Al Masdar next month, which provide information relevant to Arabic language teachers, students of Arabic, designers and administrators of Arabic language programs, and the general public.

Students and teachers from across the world can freely access study materials and know about professional opportunities related to Arabic language and culture through ‘Al Masdar.’

QFI, a US-based member of Qatar Foundation (QF) dedicated to connecting various cultures by increasing the number of youths in America and other nations with good knowledge and understanding of Arab culture and advancing global citizenship through education.

Currently, QFI provides direct support to 26 schools across the United States, Brazil, and Canada.

QFI focuses on grant-giving and programmatic activities that develop education as a force that helps collaboration across geographical, social and cultural boundaries.

It provides grants to Arabic language teachers, curriculum development grants to language organizations and teacher fellowships.

QFI also provides summer scholarships for students. 5000 students got advantage from additional grants to teachers and programmes for 2012-2013 period.

So far around 1289 students were joined QFI-affiliated Arabic programmes.

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  1. Engr. Mohd. H. R. Akanda May 1, 2014 at 5:09 PM - Reply

    I am glad to learn that QFI is providing all sorts of supports to those who are interested to know Arabic language and Arab culture. Fortunately I worked in the then State Electricity Dept. of Qatar from 1979 to 1991 as an Engineer. Now I am living in my native country of Bangladesh and also some time in USA with US immigration. I am very much interested in both Classical and Modern Arabic language and fully involved in learning this great language since few years back of my own with lot of study materials from Madina University, Cairo University and USA.

    Side by side I am sharing this knowledge/information of Arabic language whatever I earned with few interested people in Bangladesh within a range of my personal level.

    I have a mind to set up an Arabic language learning center in Dhaka ( the capital city of Bangladesh ) and so I look forward to hear from you how QFI can help me.

    Maa -assalam


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