The world of Arabian Nights awaits as you embark on a once-in-a-lifetime language and travel experience in Rabat, the Washington of North Africa.
Explore the wonders of this true African paradise while learning everything you need to know about the Arabic and French languages. Embrace this incredible city with its dynamic African culture and Arabic roots as you gain fluency in two of the world's most widely spoken languages. As Morocco's capital city, Rabat boasts a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere coupled with lively Cosmopolitan charm. The city is made up of exquisitely rugged colonial architecture that stems from Rabat's rich history, while the delightfully colourful African culture keeps up the exotic allure of the region.
Meet international language students from all over the world
Take advantage of the city's bilingualism and learn Arabic or French
Oriental history and the increasing modernisation
Attractions and beach nearby
At our language school in Rabat, you can choose between two languages: Arabic or French. Or you can book our combination course and learn both languages at once! Morocco's capital Rabat will immediately enchant you - here you will experience the fascination of the Orient in a wonderful holiday paradise. Fantastic beaches, a Mediterranean climate, spectacular landscapes and an exciting culture make Rabat a versatile travel destination. If you want to learn French or Arabic and immerse yourself in foreign cultures at the same time, then Morocco's capital is the place for you!
A language course in Rabat will definitely get you ahead! At Sprachcaffe, you will study at your individual language level in small groups of international participants, so that not only our qualified teachers, but also your group will support you in learning French. Through the placement test, which you can take in advance online or on-site in Rabat, we will find the perfect language course for you! The focus of our varied lessons will be mainly on communication, so that you will internalise what you have learned more quickly and reach your goal quickly.
Determine your language level online or on site
6 to 12 international course participants
A diverse and interactive learning process
At the end of the course you will receive a Sprachcaffe certificate.
In the Standard Course you will learn English in 20 lessons of 45 minutes each and a maximum group size of 14 people. The minimum duration of the Standard Course is 1 week.
The Mini group standard course consists of 20 lessons of 45 minutes each and can be recognised as educational leave. The group size for the intensive course is a maximum of 14 people and the minimum duration is 1 week.
The intensive course consists of 30 lessons of 45 minutes each and can be recognised as educational leave. The group size for the intensive course is a maximum of 14 people and the minimum duration is 1 week.
With individual lessons, you can choose the topics relevant to you in 10 or 20 lessons of 45 minutes together with your teacher. The minimum duration is 1 week. Optionally, another person can take part.
The combined course consists of an Arabic and French course, with a choice of 20 lessons of French + 10 lessons of Arabic or 20 lessons of Arabic + 10 lessons of French. Each lesson is 45 minutes long and the maximum group size is 10. The minimum duration for the combined course is 1 week.
In the heart of Rabat just a few steps from the beach
Renovated building with 5 bright classrooms and view of the Royal Palace
Student lounge, book corner, coffee corner, balcony with great view
Modern surroundings and Moroccan charm
In order to make sure your time in Morocco is as comfortable and pleasant as possible, we offer clean, friendly and convenient accommodation in central Rabat for our students.
We provide a choice of accommodation - you can either stay with a host family, in a comfortable hotel or in a traditional riad guesthouse - all of these options will ensure you have a comfortable yet authentic Moroccan experience during your time with us.
You can move into your accommodation on Sundays and leave on Saturdays.
Get to know real Moroccan life!
In a host family you will learn French or Arabic even more intensively.
Choose between host family, riad or hotel.
- Single room
- Half board
- Shared bathroom/kitchen
- Max 50 minutes from the school
- Free WiFi
- Single or double room (joint bookings only)
- En-suite bathroom, TV, fridge, kitchenette, safe, air conditioner
- Daily cleaning
- Free WiFi
- Single or double room (join bookings only)
- Cosy courtyard house with en-suite bathroom, air conditioner, TV, common area
- Free WiFi
The relaxed ambience of Rabat guarantees a tranquil and truly captivating travel experience with a variety of awe-inspiring sights, breathtaking natural wonder and a history that will be sure to amaze and intrigue every visitor. As one of the hidden jewels of Morocco's tourism world, Rabat is a quieter and somewhat quainter version of the bigger cities while still boasting a trendy cosmopolitan vibe that keeps every tourist energised for the duration of their stay.
Royal Palace, Andalusian Gardens, Kasbah Oudaya, Great Mosque, Hassan Tower
Taste specialities, beach, oriental markets, sports activities
Medina, Fes, Casablanca, Khemisset
The landmark of Rabat is the 44 m high Hassan Tower. This is a minaret of an unfinished mosque. Since the landmark was half-destroyed by an earthquake, there are now countless columns here. From here you have a great view of the Salé marina and the sea.
Right next to Medina is the Kasbah des Oudaias, one of the most important buildings from the Almohad period. It is a beautiful fortress with small alleys. It also offers a fascinating view of the city of Rabat.
Medina is the old town and the heart of Rabat. The colourful bazaars are the highlight of Medina. During your stay in Rabat, you should definitely visit Medina, because here you can get beautiful and cheap souvenirs such as spices or handicrafts.
Oulja is an artisan village in Sale, filled with handmade arts and crafts, especially products made with clay. Here you can roam around for hours admiring the different sculptures and earthenware created by the local potters and artists.
Morocco has a wonderful and respected tradition of creating some of the finest pottery in the world, and for just €20 you can join an excursion to Oulja and a pottery workshop to learn to make anything from a flower pot to an ashtray.
Rabat, the capital city of Morocco, is a cultural and artistic hub that hosts a range of captivating events and festivals throughout the year. From the Mawazine Festival, one of the largest music festivals in the region, to the Rabat International Film Festival, which celebrates global cinema, the city offers a diverse array of experiences for both locals and visitors. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a film buff, or simply looking to immerse yourself in Moroccan culture, Rabat's annual events provide a unique glimpse into the city's vibrant and diverse cultural scene.
Mawazine Festival (May/June): Mawazine is one of the largest music festivals in Africa and the Middle East. It features a diverse range of music genres, including pop, rock, traditional Moroccan, and international artists. The festival takes place in various venues across Rabat and offers a vibrant and culturally rich musical experience.
Rabat International Film Festival (October): The Rabat International Film Festival, also known as "Festival International du Film de Rabat," is an annual event that celebrates global cinema. It showcases a selection of international films, including both feature films and documentaries. The festival offers a platform for filmmakers, actors, and film enthusiasts to come together and appreciate the art of cinema.
Rabat International Author Book Fair (April): The Rabat International Author Book Fair is a literary event that brings together authors, publishers, and book lovers. It provides a platform for both Moroccan and international writers to showcase their works and engage in discussions with readers.
Rabat International Marathon (March): The Rabat International Marathon is a significant sporting event that draws runners from around the world. Participants can choose from various race categories, including the marathon, half-marathon, and shorter races. The marathon offers a unique way to explore the city and enjoy its scenic beauty.
Moussem of Moulay Abdellah (August): The Moussem of Moulay Abdellah is an annual religious and cultural festival held in Rabat. It is dedicated to the veneration of Moulay Abdellah, a revered figure in Moroccan history. The festival features processions, traditional music, and spiritual rituals, providing an insight into Morocco's cultural and religious traditions.
Rabat International Jazz Day (April): Rabat celebrates International Jazz Day with live jazz performances by local and international artists. Jazz enthusiasts can enjoy concerts, jam sessions, and workshops, contributing to the city's growing jazz culture.
With Sprachcaffe, everything you need for a successful language trip is included in the price. Accommodation, language course, placement test, language certificate and of course an unforgettable experience.
- During Ramadan the school continues classes as normal, however there may be limited access to food.
- We advise students to research the customs of the city prior to their language course, so as to better understand and enjoy the various cultures and traditions of the locals.
We are always ready to solve any doubts you might have!