DC Internationals (MESALI)

DC Internationals (MESALI)

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Downtown, Washington, D.C., Washington, District of Columbia
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DC Internationals is proud to announce the Middle East and South Asia Language Institute (MESALI). Feel free to navigate the website and browse the many foreign language courses being offered this semester and contact us with any questions you may have. 

DC Internationals' mission is to foster enriched understanding of foreign cultures, perspectives and experiences through foreign language courses with its Middle East South Asia Language Institute (MESALI) through career development lectures, music, and dance performances. DC Internationals aims to develop the aptitude of high school and university students as well as professionals who seek careers in foreign relations, cultural exchanges, promotions and beyond. Professionals from the State Department, USAID and the private sector have all provided career development lectures for the benefit of MESALI students’ futures.  

MESALI was founded to address the growing need of Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages in the Greater Washington DC region and is proud to offer a broad range of foreign language instruction. Students are able to enroll in any of the following courses: Persian/Dari, Pashto, Arabic, Hebrew, Kurdish, Turkish, Urdu, Hindi, TOEFL, ESL, Berber, Moroccan Arabic, and French. 

In addition to language courses, MESALI will be hosting Career Development Lecture Series. Lectures will feature professionals and experts in the field of international affairs; including government, development, finance, journalism, and politics. Students who are enrolled in a foreign language course at MESALI will have free entry into all Career Development Lecture Series.

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1050 Connecticut Ave NW 5th Fl, Washington, District of Columbia 20036
DC Internationals (MESALI)
Downtown, Washington, D.C.
1050 Connecticut Ave NW 5th Fl
18th St NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20036