CISAbroad offers academic courses in key country destinations in Africa. The summer and semester programs provide affordable and comprehensive program packages that include tuition, insurance, housing, support, excursions, airport pick-up, and social and cultural activities.
386 Study Abroad Programs in Africa
Experience South Africa, in the city of Stellenbosch, through study abroad programs with the American Institute for Foreign Studies (AIFS). Students from the United States can choose to study for a semester or a full year, and learn more about South African culture. Courses cover subjects such as Conservation and Preservation, African Studies, and Public Administration and Policy.
This cultural experience allows participants to gain a deeper understanding of African culture through IES Abroad. Students live with a local family in Morocco and South Africa and typically learn about the religious, social, and traditional perspectives of the African nation. The study abroad program offers a wide variety of study options, including Foreign Languages, Anthroplogy, and Sociology.
The J-term Traveling Seminar can be treated as a stand-alone program (3 credits) or combined with ASA's spring semester in Aix-en-Provence (18 credits) for which students would receive a discounted program fee. Credit can be earned in one of four courses: Art History 395: Classical Islam and the European Renaissance Cross Cultural Studies 395: Jews, Muslims and Christians in Europe and the ...
Study Arabic Language and Islamic Studies in Fez, Morocco. Open to all students and adults worldwide. No GPA required. Low cost programs year-around. Weekly, monthly, quarter, semester, and academic year schedules available. Housing with local host family. Earn academic credit. Affiliated with local universities. Cultural activities and excursions to nearby places included. See CSA website for...
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Study abroad in Africa with Fairfield University, in the country of Tanzania. Students complete two weeks of extensive language classes, as well as an introduction to culture, and take up five courses one of which must be centered on Tanzania or the East Africa. Participants must have a GPA of at least 2.8.
Gain a new understanding of Africa through Syracuse University's study abroad opportunities. Students from the United States can choose from a variety of course options, such as Education, Sociology, and Family and Home Studies. Syracuse study abroad courses are offered in South Africa and Ghana.
Providing high quality study abroad programs since 1987, International Studies Abroad now offers a wide array of academic programs to students in Africa from across the globe. The students will have easy access to all on-campus resources such as the library, lounges, and computer facilities.
Gain intercultural knowledge by enrolling in a study abroad program from the Institute for Global Studies' in Africa. For one semester, worldwide participants can experience African culture and society firsthand. A wide array of study options are offered, including Anthropology, Art History, and Fourth World Studies.
The University Studies Abroad Consortium offers graduate and undergraduate academic programs in Africa. Students can take courses taught in English or they can enroll in traditional African Studies. Excursions and cultural activities are in store for the participants.
Learn a new language, live in a warm climate, and study in Africa with Eurocentres language immersion programs. Eurocentres gathers hundreds of multicultural participants each year that learn to communicate in the local language while developing lasting friendships with fellow learners.
Earn 6 credits this summer while studying in Greece. Choose a 4-week multi-country Forum-Nexus program which includes the beautiful Greek island of Rhodes plus 6 more amazing European cities: Barcelona, Paris, Rome, Geneva, Milan, and Chamonix. Students from the U.S. and 15 other countries travel together (with the professors) taking classes, visiting universities, companies and international o...