IES Abroad Multi-Location – Europe & the Muslim World: Granada & Rabat

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IES Abroad Multi-Location – Europe & the Muslim World: Granada & Rabat

This semester-long, multi-location program in Granada and Rabat is designed for students who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the ties between Western Europe and the Muslim world. This is your chance to spend a semester abroad studying the politics, histories, and economies of Spain and Morocco; by studying abroad in both locations, you can compare and contrast the program’s unique, hands-on class content in two notably different cities. Your adventure starts when you study for six weeks in Granada, the last capital of Moorish Spain, where you begin to explore the convergence of the Arab world and the West. Spend the second half of the program across the Mediterranean in Morocco’s vibrant capital city, Rabat. It’s here where you will continue to discover how the long, meshed histories have affected life in these two countries today.

Subjects

  • Arts
  • Architecture
  • Mass Communications
  • Economics
  • Culture

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