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GA Institute on TimeOut Dubai!

The GA Institute’s 30-Day Language Challenge encouraged Dubai residents to learn a new language, and in the process, caught the eye of TimeOut Dubai! Here’s an extract from its article on the challenge- Golden Age Institute’s managing director...

GA Institute on DubaiEye 103.8 FM!

Talking about the process of learning a new language, GA Institute’s managing director Khaled Boudemagh is interviewed by Helen Farmer for the show Afternoons with Helen. They show one letter, which is the ‘ta’ letter, to show how easy...

The Chinese Zodiac- A Different Story Every Time

As the legend goes, when the Jade Emperor called for a great meeting to decide the Chinese 12-year zodiac cycle, the Pig was the last to arrive. The great meeting was almost done when the Emperor heard a little squeal. Apparently, the Pig had overslept...

Free Monthly Course

Free Monthly Course of Arabic Attend the next Free Course on 10th December, Saturday in JLT. Timing: 5pm to 6pm Whether you consider it as a trial before registering to another course or simply you want to learn a language at your pace, this Free monthly...

Last Day to Get 10% Discount and Free Registration Fees !

Register before the 30th November and Save up to 800AED Maximize your chance to learn Arabic, English or French more permanently and at a higher level. Join our yearly program over an Academic year. Starting January 2018, we are opening new classes...

Early Bird Offer ! Get 800AED Discount on the Yearly Program

Register before the 30th November and Save up to 800AED Maximize your chance to learn Arabic, English or French more permanently and at a higher level. Join our yearly program over an Academic year. Starting January 2018, we are opening new classes...

Halaqa 12th November 2017

It was a great attendance yesterday to the Free Arabic conversation Halaqa on Saturday 12th November at 5pm in Public Cafe – Swiss Tower – Cluster Y, JLT #Dubai The next monthly Arabic conversation Halaqa is coming back on #Saturday 12th...

‘It’s your duty as a UAE expat to learn Arabic while here’

It is the duty of expats living in Dubai to learn how to speak Arabic, a senior education official has said. Fatma Al Marri, CEO at Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), said: “Imagine if you are in a foreign country for two years, you...