Study Abroad

Programs in Africa

Africa... the second largest and second most populous continent.  It's the cradle of human life and home to over 1 billion people (according to the United Nations Population Fund), with a UNESCO-estimated 2000 languages being spoken.  Bisected by the equator and lying almost entirely in the tropics, Africa's landscape nonetheless offers such natural wonders as the Nile River, Mount Kilimanjaro, Lake Victoria and Victoria Falls.  It is home to over 3,000 protected areas, including close to 200 protected marine areas, 80 wetlands, and 50 biosphere reserves.

Why not study in Africa?


Botswana 

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Photo: A. Rumsey, Uganda/Rwanda 2008

Cameroon 

Egypt 

Ghana 

Kenya 

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Photo: K. Pufahl, Ghana 2008

Madagascar       

Morocco

 

Rwanda 

Senegal 

South Africa

 

Tanzania 

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Photo: C. Luensman, Tanzania 2011

Uganda 

Uganda & Rwanda (summer only)    

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