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CIEE Summer in Cape Town
Cape Town, South Africa (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Summer
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Program Sponsor: CIEE 
Restrictions: Luther applicants only
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Lang. of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.5
Class Standing: 2-Sophomore, 3-Junior, 4-Senior Housing: Apartments
Program Type: Off-Campus Study Areas of Study: Aboriginal Studies, African Studies, Culture, History, Human Rights, Humanities, Linguistics, Peace & Conflict Studies, Public Health
Program Description:
Program Description:
Study abroad next summer in Cape Town, South Africa, and immerse yourself in the rich culture of one of Africa's most dynamic cities with CIEE.

Customize your study abroad experience. Our Open Campus program at the new CIEE Global Institute – Cape Town offers maximum flexibility to engage and experience Cape Town in your own way. Match the academic experience with your interests, aspirations, and degree requirements. Through coursework in a range of subjects and hands-on exploration through excursions, and cultural events, you’ll gain critical insight into contemporary Cape Town.

cape-town-landscapeYou will be able to witness and take part in the complex process of transformation occurring in South Africa. During courses, community engagement activities, excursions, and more, you’ll trace the impact of colonialism on the indigenous peoples; examine the emergence and significance of apartheid; and explore the role this fascinating country’s history continues to have on society today. You have the possibility to acquire a greater understanding of issues around several topics in contemporary South Africa including economics, health, politics, the environment, etc., and how these issues inform the discourse on poverty and development and their relationship to globalization. Experience the local language and develop and use specific Afrikaans or isiXhosa vocabulary.

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This program is currently not accepting applications.