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STUDY ABROAD "How Far Will You Go at Rutgers?"

AMESALL strongly encourages all students to consider an international experience as they complete their major or minor.  The Rutgers Center for Global Education offers over 160 programs for a semester, summer, or full academic year. The following programs are closely associated with AMESALL:

 

 §      Egypt            Semester program through AMIDEAST, offering English-taught coursework on Middle Eastern politics, history, language, and culture.

§      Ghana           Summer service-learning program on women’s rights and community development.  Students will earn six credits completing internships with local nonprofit organizations in and around the capital of Accra.

§      Israel            Semester programs available at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the University of Haifa, the University of Ben-Gurion, and the Technion University in Haifa.

§      Jordan          Semester and intensive summer Arabic programs available through AMIDEAST.  Relish in the rich history and culture of Amman, as well as nearby sites of historical and cultural relevance such as Petra, Jerash, and Al Karak.

§      Kenya           Summer primatology field school, studying conservation and African wildlife in an experiential environment.

§      Morocco        Semester and intensive summer Arabic programs available through AMIDEAST.  Enjoy the city of Rabat over the summer for an intensive Arabic course, or a semester long experience in area studies.

§      Oman           Semester program through AMIDEAST, offering English-taught coursework on Middle Eastern politics, history, language, and culture.

§      Senegal        Two week summer service-learning program in Dakar, focusing on art and performance in Francophone West Africa. The course content and field visits highlights young artists and performers as agents of social change.

§      South Africa  Semester programs at University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch, including the opportunity for semester-long service-learning experience.  Also available are two week programs in Cape Town looking at the politics of gender and sexuality in Southern Africa, and a course for graduate-level education students studying race and society and education in the post-Apartheid era.

§      Turkey         Semester programs available at universities in Istanbul and Ankara, with classes available in both English and Turkish.  Summer service-learning program, featuring homestays in a small village while working with small-scale farmers on business and farm management practices.

For more information on these and other exciting global opportunities, please contact the Center for Global Education.

Rutgers Center for Global Education

102 College Avenue

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

p.(848) 932-7787   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Walk-in advising available Mon-Fri from 12-4pm

studyabroad.rutgers.edu


 

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©2007 Nick Romanenko (Rutgers)Lucy Stone Hall
B Wing
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54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue
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