Spring Study Abroad in Tanzania

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Tanzania-Zanzibar: Coastal Ecology & Natural Resource Management

Examine coastal ecology and natural resource management in one of the most remarkable areas of the world: the Zanzibar islands of the western Indian Ocean. This program utilizes Zanzibar’s unique ecological context to explore specific environmental topics, including coral reef conservation, tropical forest management, and resource management. Through thematic coursework and direct field expe...

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CIEE Community Development, Language, and Culture in Iringa

Program Overview Take part in a hands-on exploration of the challenges and issues facing Tanzania today, including sanitation, malaria, hunger, and deforestation. And study the Kiswahili (Swahili) language in Iringa. Through fascinating coursework and activities with locals, you’ll learn about issues impacting urban, peri-urban, and rural Tanzanian communities. You’ll also participate in a fou...

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Volunteer in East Africa - Carpe Diem Education Gap Year

Practice community service and international development in the historical-rich context of post-genocide Rwanda. Paddle a dugout canoe with a Bakiga guide through Uganda’s deepest lake. Have close encounters with awe-inspiring wildlife on a multi-day safari. Earn your open-water SCUBA certification in the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Discover the sights, sounds, and smells of Tanza...

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Marine Conservation Course Credit Internship in Tanzania

A multitude of Frontier volunteers and interns are University or College students undertaking academic study. Volunteers can arrange with their academic institution to gain transferrable course credit by participating in our field programmes. Our research team both in our London Headquarters and overseas field staff will liaise with your academic course supervisors on your behalf to ensure that...

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Pre-Medical, Pre-Health and Post Bacc Programs

We have one of the most popular premed exposure programs judging by the learning experience & satisfaction of our past participants. This is suited to aspiring medical students. Academic qualifications for admission to our program will vary based on school system of your respective country. Our program provides real life exposure of what it means to be a doctor, which is critically important fo...

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Wildlife Management Studies in Tanzania

The School for Field Studies (SFS) semester program in Tanzania allows students to examine the drivers of habitat degradation and land-use change, as well as the implications for both local economic livelihoods and wildlife conservation. Students gain a general overview of cultural perceptions, conservation issues, wildlife dispersal areas, and biodiversity conservation in Tanzania, and hav...

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Gilman International Scholarship

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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Study Abroad + Service Learning in Arusha, Tanzania

Students will have the opportunity to get a rich, traditional Tanzanian experience by living in beautiful Arusha - a traditional and less populated city very close to many of the national parks and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Tanzania is a mixture of more than 120 ethnic groups, the majority of whom speak Bantu languages, including Kiswahili, the official language. Arusha is a major international diplo...

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Learn how to build a traditional sailing dhow

A dhow is a traditional Arab sailing vessel with one or more lateen sails. It is primarily used to carry items along the coasts of the Arabian Peninsula, Pakistan, India and East Africa. The term "dhow" does not stand for just one type of ship but for a whole family of different vessels ranging from small boats with just one mast to cargo ships that can carry over 200 tons. The Zanzibari...