Welcome letter

Dar Loughat, your Arabic language school in Granada

Nizar Liemlahi

Dar Loughat Granada Founder and Director

Dear Students,

I began my career teaching Arabic as a foreign language in 2006  at Dar Loughat (House of Languages) in Tetouan Morocco, with my friend and colleague, Zayd Benaboud. Since then, after welcoming students from around the world to our schools, including some from Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge, I constantly asked myself how to break the psychological barrier to make the Arabic language more accessible and easier to learn. How can we turn learning a language into a bridge to get to know ourselves better, break our prejudices and live in a better world? I discovered apart from developing our excellent methodology, based on the skill of communication, there was another important aspect: emotional intelligence. 

Our students not only learn and practice Arabic in Granada, they have the opportunity to live a unique experience

Through courses of Andalusian calligraphy, cuisine, music, relaxation and appreciating Andalusian gardens, our students not only learn and practice Arabic in Granada’s thousand year old streets,  but also have the opportunity to live a unique experience, and to enjoy the great civilization of Al Andalus, which reminds us that we are all equal.

Dear Students,

I began my career teaching Arabic as a foreign language in 2006  at Dar Loughat (House of Languages) in Tetouan Morocco, with my friend and colleague, Zayd Benaboud. Since then, after welcoming students from around the world to our schools, including some from Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge, I constantly asked myself how to break the psychological barrier to make the Arabic language more accessible and easier to learn. How can we turn learning a language into a bridge to get to know ourselves better, break our prejudices and live in a better world? I discovered apart from developing our excellent methodology, based on the skill of communication, there was another important aspect: emotional intelligence. 

Our students not only learn and practice Arabic in Granada’s, they have the opportunity to live a unique experience

Through courses of Andalusian calligraphy, cuisine, music, relaxation and appreciating Andalusian gardens, our students not only learn and practice Arabic in Granada’s thousand year old streets,  but also have the opportunity to live a unique experience, and to enjoy the great civilization of Al Andalus, which reminds us that we are all equal.

Nizar Liemlahi

Dar Loughat Granada Founder and Director

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