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Arabic for the Qur'an and French Reading Corner courses

22 November 2012

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The Evening Language Programme at the University of Westminster will be offering the following courses from January 2013.

If you have any questions about these courses, get in touch with the Professional Development Centre at sshlpdc@westminster.ac.uk or call the centre 02079115000 ext 4912.

Arabic for the Qur’an

Starting on 9 January 2013, this 10-week course will help you read, recite and understand simple extracts from the Qur’an.

For further information and to enrol, visit our Arabic for the Qur'an course webpage.

Important: This course is part of the Evening Language Programme. It will not count towards your degree and you will need to pay a fee to enrol on the course. No fee waivers are available for students.

French Reading Corner

Starting on 15 January 2013, this 5-week reading club will help you become familiar with French contemporary writers and allow you to discuss books in a friendly atmosphere.

For further information and to enrol, visit our French Reading Corner course webpage.

Important: This course is part of the Evening Language Programme. It will not count towards your degree and you will need to pay a fee to enrol on the course. No fee waivers are available for students.


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