You live in New York and/or do you want to study a Turkish or Arabic Languages and Culture at the NY University abroad.
New York University, USA
- Department of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
- Turkish Program
- Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies
The Middle East and Islam Center at New York University has a long and distinguished history which may well have begun with the university's founding in 1831. It is known that by 1837 the faculty included both a professor of Arabic, Syriac, Persian and Ethiopic, and a professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages
Middle East and Islam Center department is renowned for quality language teaching. All the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) are emphasized from the elementary through the advanced levels.
The Center follows the guidelines of the Proficiency Approach. Not only they do capitalize on human interaction in language pedagogy but they also utilize a state of the art computer language lab on their premises. Be it Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Hindi or Urdu that you are interested in learning, they welcome you in all these five languages:
Turkish Language Courses:
Students studying Turkish there is written homework everyday,which is collected for correction and grading. The written work may involve doing exercises from the book, worksheets that Center has prepared, writing dialogues, descriptions and summaries. You will also write an invitation, some poetry, and a short children's story. Sometimes, you will be asked to turn in a casette of your recording of oral exercises. There are 10 quizzes, a midterm and a final.
Contact Adress Department of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies:
New York UniversityDepartment of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
50 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012