The Persian Language Training Center of Ahlul Bayt International University (PBUH) was established in 2012 with the aim of teaching Persian to non-Persian speakers, especially volunteers studying at this university.
The language instructing of the Persian language training center is done in a 7-month course in three levels: basic (elementary), intermediate (secondary) and advanced.
Persian language teaching is based on four skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) and utilizing the most capital present educational resources. In the third semester of education, language learners are introduced to the terms and preliminaries of specialized courses by the professors of the academic departments according to their field of study.
The Persian language training center's language curriculum is proposed and presented in person 5 days a week from morning to evening.
Notable points (article 5-6-7) of the regulations
Persian language education is free for scholarship students of Ahlul Bayt (AS) University in three designated semesters.
The language learners of the Persian Language Training Center are volunteers to follow a master's degree at Ahlul Bayt International University (PBUH) and after completing the Persian language teaching process, they participate in specialized classes . Note: Free volunteers, as well as candidates introduced from other universities, will be trained in this center after the approval of the university.
Tuition for volunteers and language learners from other universities is determined by the university board based on the cost of tuition and amenities requested.
Educational rules for language learners
Assess language learnersAssessment of language learners with the weekly, monthly and end-of-semester exams is done in written and oral form.
Exam scoreThe exam score in each lesson is decided as a number from zero to twenty.
Minimum passing scoreThe minimum passing grade in each subject is 12.
Note 1: The scores of the weekly monthly and mid-term exams are effective in the final grade of each course and will be assigned 5 points of the final grade of the course. Note 2: If you do not obtain a minimum score of 12 in the midterm exam, the learner will be given a written warning and the learner is compelled to strengthen his, her weaknesses at the end of the semester. Note 3: If the student cannot receive a score of 12 in the final exam of each course, he, she will be rejected in that course and according to the head of the center, he, she is required to retake the exam or repeat that course.
Condition for passing each semesterThe condition for passing each semester and entering the next semester is to get an average score of 12.
Note: If the learner has not obtained an average of 12, it is considered conditional and is needed to retake the exams and obtain a grade point average of 12.
Inability of the learner to learnIf the learner fails to reach an average score of 10 at the end of the first semester (basic) and the learner is unable to learn the language for the center, the learner will be expelled from the center.
Permission to enter master's degree programsAdmission to the university's master's degree programs is a final grade point average of 12. Note: The grades of all the courses are entered in the educational system and the final report card of the learner. The final grade point average of the course will be the average of the scores of all three semesters.
End of sessionAt the end of the course, a comprehensive Persian language test based on four languages teaching skills is held and based on the average scores of the comprehensive test, a Persian language teaching certificate is issued.
Comprehensive exam and Persian language training certificateAt the end of the course, a comprehensive Persian language test based on four languages teaching skills is held and based on the average scores of the comprehensive test, a Persian language teaching certificate is issued. Note: The issuance of the certificate according to the result of the comprehensive test is done based on the following levels: