Ghana: Exploring Culture, History, and Int'l Development
Subjects & Courses
- African Studies
- Art & Fine Arts
- Art History
- Ethnic Studies
- Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
- Political Science & Politics
- Service Learning
- Social Sciences
Exact Dates TBA: Mid-July 2017 - Mid-August 2017
This Program is open to
Cost in USD
A $300 nonrefundable deposit is due with your application. Students will pay directly at the Brooklyn College Bursar's Office and must attach their paid receipt to their application when submitting to IEGE. Applications will not be accepted or considered complete without a receipt. Please note this deposit of $300 will only be returned if you are not accepted to the program.
Brooklyn College tuition and fees for three or six credits.
Out-of-pocket costs ($922 estimated minimum) for visa, required vaccinations, personal
expenses, laundry, Internet/phone and out-of-pocket meals.
$1,500 for international airfare to Ghana.
- Group living
- Guest House
- Online Application
- Letters of Reference