Native refugee teachers will teach Arabic language and culture, as well as English, French and Spanish from July 2 to 30 at the headquarters of the Library and Research Center for South America-Arab Countries (Bibliaspa).
Roberto Khatlab and Hoda Nehme, of the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, will take part in events at PUC-Goiás, on the 9th and 10th, and at UFRJ, on the 14th. They will address political and social issues in the Middle East.
A class of more than 80 students, most of them Syrian, was the first one to graduate from a course offered by mosque Mesquita Brasil in São Paulo.
The Federal University of São Carlos, in Brazil’s São Paulo State, offers one slot in each of its graduate courses for foreigners with refugee status. Candidates will be selected based on their Enem test scores.
Faculdades Integradas Rio Branco is offering a non-degree course in International Business Administration with an emphasis in Arab countries starting in August. Arab Brazilian Chamber members will get a discount.
Lebanon’s Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik is offering the third edition of the course, which deals with topics like the Arab Spring and civil war in Syria. Lessons are taught in English and the enrolment deadline is June 2nd.
Students from six Arab countries are eligible for selection for cost-free seats in graduate courses throughout the country in 2017. The deadline for applications is July 15th of this year.
The Brazil-Lebanon Cultural Center’s Oficina da Palavra project encourages literary production in Portuguese among the Lebanese people. The lessons are for advanced students.
Professor Olgária Matos will speak on the concepts of Jacques Derrida, Algerian that lived in France, that cover the relations with the foreigner. The debate will take place at São Paulo’s federal university.