Spring Study Abroad in Jordan

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Amman is a millennia-old Middle Eastern metropolis built on a series of hills and valleys. Steeped in history, Amman boasts many historical monuments, such as the Roman Amphitheater, Herculean Temple, and Umayyad Mosque. As the capital of Jordan, the city is a hub for culture, education, business, and tourism. Amman is one of the most diverse cities in the Middle East and offers a thriving arts...

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Students on AMIDEAST Education Abroad's Area and Arabic Language Studies Program in Amman, Jordan, have the opportunity to study both Modern Standard Arabic and Jordanian Arabic from expert instructors at the Qasid Arabic Institute. Students will carry a 14 to 17 credit hour course load per semester. Students enroll in Modern Standard Arabic for five credits and Colloquial Jordanian ARabic for ...

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Diplomats and policymakers need knife-sharp linguistic talents and a deep awareness of local issues. Through our Diplomacy and Policy Studies program, we’ll set you on the path to understanding some of the most deep-seated conflicts in the world with acute language accuracy and cultural sensibility. You’ll get to know the region’s history – focusing on diplomacy, policy studies, and internation...

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Investigate the historical and social contexts of diverse human rights movements, including the roles of culture, political economy, and international law in four different countries. This program examines the rhetoric and reality of human rights using an issues-based approach. Peacebuilding, truth and reconciliation, civil liberties, humanitarian intervention, environmental justice, gende...

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Stand on the shores of the Dead Sea and recount stories from the Old Testament as you gaze across the incredible expanse of Jordan’s Rift Valley. Hike up to the ancient citadel in the center of Amman, and count the construction cranes silhouetted against the evening sky. Walk through famous Souk Jara on Friday night and take your pick of succulent medjool dates, traditional shemagh and pirated ...

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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 ...

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Amman, founded in 7000 B.C., the capital and largest city in Jordan, is situated in a rolling area of northwest Jordan, just twenty-five miles from the Dead Sea. Seven surrounding hills, known as jabals, helped shaped the city. Amman is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world having been home to a multitude of civilizations over the years - the Ammonites, Assyrians, Per...