Study Abroad in Johannesburg

7 Study Abroad Programs in Johannesburg

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Namibia and South Africa provide a rich context in which to explore the them of nation-building. as these two countries demonstrate that the transition to independence is both a beautiful and painful process. Students learn about historical and present-day challenges in creating national identity, an inclusive multi-party democracy, and a model for development. Studying Namibia and South Afri...

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Climb into the cage and observe Great White Sharks up close. The momentum continues as we witness the whales of Hermanas: Southern Right Whales, Brydes and Humpbacks are common sightings. Travel to the Indian Ocean for the Great Sardine Run. Then head to Siyafunda, a wildlife reserve and research station, where we partake in daily game drives teaching us all about tracking and how game reserves...

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Learn how communities around the world define and strive for health and well-being. This program strengthens students' ability to understand, interpret, and compare the biological, ecological, economic, political, and socio-cultural factors that affect human health. From South Asia to South Africa, in city neighborhoods and rural villages, students learn to listen to and understand multiple ...

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Take part in a field study program offered by Ecolife Expeditions in South Africa. The program is ideal for students from the fields of Veterinary and Wildlife Conservation. The expeditions are provided in the form of a camping safari that runs for three weeks. Students get the chance to interact with researchers, veterinarians, and rangers working in the field. Students will gain valuable insi...

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Global health is a relatively new multidisciplinary field that investigates the influence of economics, politics, and culture on health within and across national borders. Students in this program explore such topics as infectious disease and its social context; the impact of international economic and social policies on health disparities and inequities; and the ways in which local belief syst...

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This program from the University of Georgia focuses on international wildlife management. Students will spend around eight hours a day in the field at both Northern Tuli Game Reserve in Botswana, and Karongwe Game Reserve in South Africa. Students will have ample opportunities to view iconic African wildlife by way of hiking on foot and traveling in a Land Rover. During this program, students c...