CIEE May South African Studies Program in Cape Town, South Africa

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CIEE May South African Studies Program in Cape Town, South Africa

Don’t just learn about South Africa – participate in its very transformation. CIEE courses, community engagement activities, and excursions will illuminate the legacies of colonialism and apartheid, and the challenge now facing so many African countries: How to successfully operate within a global economy while grappling with vast socio-economic inequalities. Join CIEE this May in Cape Town, and experience the beauty, the power, and the struggle of the South African people. Study abroad in Cape Town and you will: -Live with a South African family or University of Cape Town students -Begin your study of the Afrikaans/ Xhosa languages -Experience one of the most multicultural cities in the world

Subjects

  • African Studies
  • Culture
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Studies
  • Geography

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