To be a global destination for learning Arabic and teaching it to non-native speakers using developed technologies.
The Institute seeks to achieve the following objectives:
- Utilizing technology in teaching Arabic and its literature to Muslim non-native speakers, and providing them with sufficient Islamic studies to serve Islam and help spreading it, as well as qualifying these individuals to join one of the University’s colleges.
- Preparing specialized teachers who teach English to non-native speakers in Muslim countries and to the Muslim minorities in the world.
- Conducting field research and experiments to develop the curricula and methods of learning and teaching Arabic for non-native speakers, and encouraging authoring in these fields.
- Cooperating with Islamic institutions and authorities in the field of teaching Arabic and spreading Islamic Da’wah, as well as helping the Islamic minorities in the field.
- Exchanging scientific experience in the field of teaching Arabic to non-native Arabic speakers between specialized scientific institutions.
- Holding training courses for Arabic teachers in Muslim countries in their countries or in UQU.
- Developing distinct educational programs (lingual and Islamic).
- Contributing to spreading Islam.
- Taking pride in learning and teaching Arabic.
- Proficiency and quality in performance.
- Effective communication with other cultures.
- Continuous innovation and development.
- Joint teamwork.