Arabic Language Programs Jobs Career in Pakistan Degrees Subjects Literature Scope Opportunities Requirements salary special courses guideline for Man, Woman, (Male, Female) along with test pattern selection procedure qualification complete information to start and choice Arabic Language Degree career in Pakistan for better future in Life.
Today we shall discuss the career and scope of Arabic language and literature in detail. Arabic is a sacred and religious language for Muslims but it has a great scope too. Arabic is usually classified as a Central Semitic language, and linguists widely agree that the language first emerged in the 1st to 4th centuries CE. It is now the lingua franca of the Arab world. Its an official language in following countries
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
- Western Sahara
Arabic Language Programs Jobs Career in Pakistan Degrees Subjects
There are more than 50 Muslim countries in the world where people can speak Arabic language. More than 1.6 billion people are Muslim who offer their religious rituals and prayers in Arabic, so we can say that almost one forth of the world’s population can understand, speak or at least read Arabic language. In this sense its the top language of the world. In fact Arabic is second international language in our world after English.
Jobs, Career & Scope
Arabic is the best language in this world and hereafter. Majority of Islamic literature is available only in Arabic language. We Muslims should learn this language as an religious obligation. We can never understand the real meaning of Holy Quran without having sufficient knowledge about this greatest language of the world.
All God fearing and true Muslims should learn Arabic language for understanding the real meanings of verses of Holy Quran and hadiths. You may get a job in any Arabic speaking country on the basis of your language proficiency, Arabic is taught from class 8th in Pakistan so you may find a job of subject specialist school teacher and lecturer after getting MA Arabic language degree.
- News Chanel
- Jobs in African countries
- Language Institutes
- Online Tutor
- Newspapers & Blogs
- Jobs in Religious Organisations
- Publishing Houses
- Import Export Companies
- Jobs in Middle East Countries
- Foreign Affairs Ministry
Courses, Certificates, Diplomas & Degrees
Many institutes, and universities offer certificate to doctorate level programs in Arabic language in Pakistan. We recommend that all Muslim students should chose Arabic as an elective/Optional subject in intermediate and Bachelor level programs.
Religious minded students and those who want to get a job in Middle East and African countries should go for Master degree too. MPhil/MS and PhD are the ideal options for research minded and those students who want to join academia as an lecturer. Certificate and diploma level programs are best options for those who have not studied Arabic in their academic life.
AIOU also offers distance learning programs in this field. NUML is the only language university in Pakistan which offers certificate to doctorate levels programs in all languages including Arabic.
Syllabus/Subjects/Topics in MA Arabic
Majority of universities in Pakistan covers following subjects,syllabus and topics in a master level degree of Arabic language.
- Grammar & Composition
- Classical Literature
- Religions Literature
- Holy Quran
- Arab Culture & History of Language
- Islamic History
- Computer & Arabic Language
- Arabic Literature in Sub-Continent
- Research & Editing Methodology
Who Should Study Arabic?
Those who want to get job in any Middle East country like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, UAE, Bahrain, Yemen, Oman, Kuwait etc.
- Those who have interest in learning foreign languages.
- Those who want to understand their religion Islam directly.
- Islamic scholars MA Islamic studies degree holders
- Creative minded persons
There are many dialects, or varieties of a language, like Modern Standard Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Gulf Arabic, Maghrebi Arabic, Levantine Arabic, and many others. But the vocabulary of Modern Standard Arabic is no more complex than the vocabulary of any other modern language.