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Arabic Courses Brighton
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Arabic Courses in Brighton for Individuals and Business

Are you looking at options for Arabic Courses? Perhaps private lessons are something you have considered? If you have then good on you! Private lessons are one of the most important tools in your arsenal if you’re serious about making strides forward with your Arabic.

Company language training organisers who are looking for lessons for employees should visit our Business Language Training page for more information on how we can help set your company employees up with lessons.

More information about our Arabic Courses

  • Venue: Anywhere in Brighton
  • Start dates: ASAP or when you are ready
  • Times and days: To fit around your schedule
  • Length of each lesson: 1.5 hours (most popular) or 2 hours per lesson
  • Lesson frequency: Flexible (Most popular – 1.5 hours per week)
  • Total course length: Minimum 15 hours, no maximum
  • Course content: Tailored to your needs

“The teacher is great. She has managed to tailor the lessons to our specific level and requirements, and is always willing to be flexible.”

Tom Bacon (D’Addario)

3 great reasons to enrol on one of our Arabic Courses

  • Finding a teacher handled by us
  • Easy to get started
  • Simple payment

Finding a teacher handled by us

Let us do the heavy lifting! We can search for and contact teachers in our network. There will be sure to be somebody near you who we can match you to.

Easy to get started

It’s simple to get started. Give us a call or send us a message and we’ll get things going. Once you’re ready we’ll start contacting teachers in our network so you can begin your lessons as soon as possible.

Simple payment

Paying for your course is easy. We can take a credit or debit card over the phone. You can even re-book more lessons by just letting us know.


“Hopefully you have a chance to practice your Arabic. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. It’s proof you’re trying.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director