Fall Study Abroad in Ghana

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CISabroad study and intern abroad programs are some of the most affordable, comprehensive program packages available. We also don't cut any corners by offering everything you would expect from an overseas program: tuition, housing, support before, during and after; insurance, excursions, social and cultural activities, and airport pickup - all as the core of our program package. Some programs a...

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The Accra program offers a unique opportunity for students to live and study in the heart of West Africa. It is the perfect destination for those who want to learn about the complex issues facing a developing African nation while enjoying a rich cultural, historical and social experience. You may enroll in a traditional African Studies program or choose from a wide array of courses taught in En...

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Semester at Sea is a global journey that brings students face-to-face with a diversity of our world's cultures and perspectives. Every spring and fall, Semester at Sea explores up to 11 developed and emerging countries and 15 cities on a 100-day voyage. Students represent nearly 25 different countries and 250 institutions, and with the faculty, staff, and crew become a supportive and colla...

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Located in suburban Labone, the NYU center houses offices, classrooms, art studios, a reading room, a computer lab, and a nurse’s office. Its wireless network keeps you connected to friends and family back home. On arrival you will attend an orientation that introduces you to local customs and teaches you key phrases in Twi, one of the most common local dialects in this English-speaking country...

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Interested in the political and economic challenges facing Sub-Saharan Africa and developing nations? Is learning about West African musical and dance forms more your style? You can do all of this and more on CIEE’s Arts and Sciences program in Legon, Ghana. One of Africa’s most stable countries, vibrant Ghana offers a rich cultural heritage and fascinating history of politics and social change...

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ISEP gives international students the opportunity to enroll direct with the University of Ghana. Founded in 1948, the university operates in affiliation with the University of London. The University of Ghana is now the largest of four universities in Ghana and has nearly 7,000 enrolled students. Though the University of Ghana offers highly diversified course offerings, the university is espec...

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The University of Ghana was established in 1948 as an affiliate college of the University of London. Following independence in 1957, the university's outstanding lecturers and distinguished alumni have earned its considerable national and international prestige. Due to its excellent reputation, the university has a history of attracting foreign students, particularly students from the United St...

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Explore social change in Ghana through an exploration of its dynamic cultural heritage and contemporary society. In this program, students explore Ghana’s rich artistic heritage through deep and meaningful engagement with Ghanaian scholars, artists, dancers, musicians, painters, sculptors, weavers, writers, and other in-country experts. Students learn about the historical and contemporary ci...

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Immerse yourself in a beautiful Ghanaian city while learning about the countrys approach to providing healthcare services to its citizens. Program participants will gain a global perspective on the overall Ghanaian healthcare system delivery services, various socioeconomic factors, and the structural and financial healthcare challenges medical professionals deal with. They will be able to addr...

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The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by offering scholarships to U.S. undergraduates who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints. Each year, the program supports over 2,000 students participating in Fall, Spring, Academic Year or Summer study ...