Doha: The Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center in Doha is gearing up to launch free and intensive courses to teach the Turkish language for the beginners from today.

The free courses will continue until July 26, (12 hours per week), through the Zoom platform for distance education.

Dr. Seljuk Kuja, Director of the Center said: “The free intensive educational courses for teaching the Turkish language for the beginners which will begin from today will see the enrolment of about 500 students, under the supervision of highly qualified and distinguished teachers.”

He also noted that the number of students in each group will be from 10 to 20; both male and female students, in addition to opening special classes for children between the ages of 9 and 15 years. The Center will provide these lectures online in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus, said Dr. Seljuk Kuja, pointing out that the Center uses the latest technical developments in order to facilitate the educational process and enable the participants with the necessary capabilities to develop their skills and the development of their levels.

“Holding such courses by the Center came in order to teach people Turkish culture and language, highlights the effective role that the Yunus Emre Center plays in the field of cultural diplomacy,” said the Kuja.

The Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center also recently registered and broadcast educational courses of the first and second level through the Center’s YouTube channel, in addition to continuing free education on its website ( It also conducted exams for about 90 students.

Source : The Peninsula

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