CIEE Summer Cuban Studies Program in Havana, Cuba

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CIEE Summer Cuban Studies Program in Havana, Cuba

Spend four weeks immersed in Cuban culture, studying and getting to know the capital city of Havana—from the UNESCO World Heritage site to its many diverse suburbs. Each session offers one intensive course, complemented by a variety of field trips and outings, adding depth to your adventure in this island nation. The program provides the opportunity to: - Learn about the culture and society of revolutionary Cuba and explore the impact of local and global dynamics on life in Havana and throughout the country - Take your Spanish for a test-drive and hone your conversational skills. - Get a look at Cuba off the beaten track with an overnight excursion - Enjoy Havana’s world-famous music scene and other cultural opportunities.

Subjects

  • Film
  • Gender Studies
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Latin American Studies

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