EENI-Business School

Arabic for Business

Syllabus of the Subject: Arabic for international business.

  1. Introduction to the Arabic grammar
  2. Reading and Comprehension of Arabic Literature
  3. Cases of conversations of international business Arabic-English
The Subject “Arabic for international business” is part of the following programs:
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Muslims Countries
  2. Doctorate in Business in Islamic Countries

Languages of study English or Spanish EENI French EENI Portuguese EENI

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Sample of the subject - Arabic for Business
Arabic course


  1. To improve the reading comprehension and to develop the reading comprehension skills
  2. To be able to understand the information related to the international business (letters, webs, email, news...)

Master Arabic

Description of the Subject: Arabic for Business.

For this course, the students will need to have a basic knowledge of the Arabic language (which includes basic vocabulary and grammar).

Why study Arabic?

  1. 290 millions of people speak Arabic as their native tongue
  2. Furthermore, 1.3 billion Muslims all over the world use Arabic in their prayers and religious recitations
  3. Arabic is spoken in twenty-eight countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East
  4. Since 1973, Arabic has been an official language of the United Nations
  5. It is the language of the Qur'an, the Holy Book of Islam
  6. Studying Arabic enables students to better understand the Middle East, its history and Civilisation. Moreover, knowledge of Arabic is advantageous for those who plan to work in the Arab Gulf countries
  7. Discover literary treasures. Many great works are never translated into English. Being fluent is Arabic will allow you to read them

Master Arabic 2

Islamic Civilisation

Master Arabic 3

Incoterms Arabic

Reading and comprehension of Arabic Literature texts and articles. Cases of conversations of International Business: fifty bilingual conversations in Arabic and English.

Why study other languages when everyone speaks English?

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