The Institute for Teaching Arabic to non-Arabic Speakers was established at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh in 19/12/1433 A.H to be part of Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman administrative and academic System.
In order to achieve its mission, which is learning and teaching Arabic language to non-Arabic Speakers in an educational environment, the Institute recruits distinguished, specialized and highly qualified women cadres by providing academic and training programs within the framework of the Saudi culture and human values.
We have great ambition with the support of senior leadership to achieve the strategic plan which has been set to the Institute, in which the projects vary between educational, training, research, cultural, and investment, in line with the 2030 Vision of Saudi Arabia to participate in achieving the objectives of this vision by implementing these projects.
It's our honor to achieve the highest goal of the Institute which is: serving the Arabic language by the teaching, learning, and disseminating it on scientific grounds.
It's our honor in the Institute to oversee the learning and teaching of the Arabic language and to serve it by using the best strategies and programs that will rise the Arabic language in the present and future.
Nawal bint Soliman Al-Thanyan, PhD
Dean, Institute for Teaching Arabic for Non-Arabic Speakers