CIEE Asian & African Studies Program at SOAS in London, England

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CIEE Asian & African Studies Program at SOAS in London, England

London-born and Sri Lankan-raised rapper M.I.A. is perhaps the most famous representative of the fascinating Asian and African influences that make up ethnically diverse London – but she’s certainly not the only example. On CIEE’s Asian and African Studies program, you’ll explore firsthand the histories and cultures of those who call this culturally rich city home, like the Bangladeshis in King’s Cross, Africans in North Kensington, Caribbeans in Notting Hill, and Iranians in Queensway. Study abroad in London and you'll: - Take a wide range of courses including social sciences, humanities, and the study of languages and cultures with a focus on Africa, Asia, and the Middle East - Learn about other cultures and languages through dedicated language labs and television programs from around the world - Integrate with the diverse student body through the thriving multicultural student union facilities at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) - Join CIEE on excursions in and around London and a weekend to Wales, Scotland, or Ireland

Subjects

  • European Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Sociology
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Arts
  • Archaeology
  • Culture
  • Development Studies
  • Foreign (Non-English) Languages And Literature
  • Languages / Linguistics
  • History
  • Law
  • Social Sciences
  • Music
  • Liberal Arts
  • Asian Studies, Asian Literature & Languages
  • East Asian Studies
  • African Studies

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