Intensive Swahili in Zanzibar

Intensive Swahili in Zanzibar

The Intensive Swahili in Zanzibar program offers you an opportunity to learn the most widely spoken African language, Swahili. You will study the language at an accelerated pace through daily classes and full immersion into Swahili culture, history, politics and religion on the island of Zanzibar off the coast of Tanzania. The program can accommodate all levels of Swahili speakers (from first year to fourth year), and no prior experience is required.

You will be taught in a small group setting by native speakers at the State University of Zanzibar and participate in weekly excursions. The eight-week program features a break midway through the summer when you will be allowed to travel on your own to mainland Tanzania. The program runs during the Zanzibar International Film Festival, which features a variety of films and lectures, presentations and exhibits. 

Subjects

  • Swahili

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