Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program (Summer)

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Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program (Summer)

Through language study and a volunteer partnership with a host organization working on education, health care, children’s welfare, women’s rights, and other critical issues, this program will give you a unique immersion in the life and society of this fascinating city, country, and region. The host institution, the Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) is a private cultural institution founded and directed by Moroccan academics with over 20 years of experience in cross-cultural education. Courses in Fus’ha (modern Arabic) are taught by experienced instructors trained specifically to teach Arabic as a second language. The CCCL is located in a nineteenth-century building in the medina (old city) of Rabat.

Subjects

  • African Studies
  • Arabic
  • Development Studies
  • Middle Eastern Studies

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