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WHO WE ARE

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WHO WE ARE

Founded in 2005, CGE Jordan is a leading Arabic language institute located in the Midas Furniture building in the Khalda district of Amman, Jordan. For more than a decade, we have been helping students like yourself effectively engage the Arab World and its people in a deep and meaningful way.

We put our energies into two all-important objectives:

  1. To provide you with the most effective Arabic language instruction in the Middle East
  2. To serve you with the distinction you deserve

Meet

OUR LEADERSHIP

Fridrik E. Tiedemann Jr.

FRIDRIK E.
TIEDEMANN, JR.

Director

Author, The 101 Most Used

Verbs in Spoken Arabic:

Jordan & Palestine

CHRISTINE MUSHARBASH​

CHRISTINE
MUSHARBASH

Director, Arabic Studies Dept.

Rami Gammoh

RAMI R.
GAMMOH

Assistant Director

 
Sarah Ayyash

Sarah
Ayyash

Project Coordinator

OUR TEAM

OUR STUDENTS

Our diverse clientele come from all over the world. However, the majority of them come from the United States, the UK, and Europe. Many of our students are adult, career-focused learners, but we also cater to university students through CGE’s intensive Arabic study abroad program and university partnerships.

Here are some of the universities our students represent:

Aarhus University (Denmark)

Anderson University

Arizona State University

Auburn University

Averett University

Baylor University

Boise State University

Bradley University

Bryan College (TN)

California Baptist University

California Polytechnic State University

California State University, Chico

California State University, LA

California State University, Monterey Bay

Carson-Newman College

Clemson University

Colorado College

Columbia International University

Columbia University

Cornell University

Dallas Baptist University

Davidson College

Duke University

US Naval Academy, Annapolis

East Carolina University

Embry-Riddle University

Florida State University

Fordham University

Furman University

Gardner-Webb University

Georgetown University

George Washington University

Georgia Southern University

Georgia State University

Hannibal La Grange University

Hardin Simmons University

Harvard University

Houghton College

Ivy Tech State College

John Brown University

Liberty University

Louisiana Tech University

Maryville University

Mercer University

Michigan State University

Mississippi College

Mississippi State University

University Of Virginia

Nebraska Christian College

North Greenville University

Oklahoma State University

Ouchita University

Penn State University

Princeton University

Roskilde University (Denmark)

Rutgers University

Samford University

Seattle Pacific University

Southeastern College

Southwest Baptist University

Texas A&M University

Texas Tech University

Texas State University

The American University

The Citadel, The Military College of SC

US Military Academy, West Point

Trinity University

Union University

University of Alabama

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, LA

Pepperdine University

University of California, San Diego

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Idaho

University of Manchester (UK)

University of Mary-Hardin Baylor

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Memphis

University of Missouri

University of North Carolina

University of NC, Wilmington

University of Oklahoma

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pisa (Italy)

University of South Carolina

University of Sydney

University of Texas at Arlington

University of Texas at Austin

Virginia Military Institute

Virginia Tech University

Wake Forest University

Warwick University (UK)

William Carey University 

Yale University

WHAT WE BELIEVE

Languages are alive and give us a deep and abiding connection to both the unity and diversity of living cultures. We believe our calling is to assist our students in gaining a rich understanding of the Arab people through the study of their unique language and culture.

The gap between the Arab Muslim World and the West has never been wider. That’s why we believe that, perhaps more than any language today, Arabic needs to be studied. Because, it is only through the study of the Arabic language that one is truly able to understand Arabs and be understood by them.