Study Abroad

International Education provides opportunities for students to participate in cultural activities, experience cross-cultural connections, and enrich international understanding. Study abroad is an ideal way for students to increase global awareness, earn academic credit, and have a great time. There are a wide range of programs and scholarships available to SF students who are interested in pursuing African Studies abroad.

Ghana Abroad at Santa Fe

Santa Fe hosts an eleven-day study abroad program in Ghana that provides students with several opportunities to participate in cultural and ecological activities while earning college credit.

Estimated Program Cost: $3850 (Not including SF credits)

SLA scholarships are available! Summer 2015: May 17 – 26
Highlights:

  • Discover Ghanaian culture and societal traditions
  • Explore the role of “alternative” medicine
  • Engage in a community service project
  •  Visit a Ghanaian health care facility
  • Interact with Ghanaian health care professionals
  • Visit Elmina & Cape Coast Castles to learn about the slave trade and colonization

Earn Credits:

  • HSC4624– Foundations of Global Health (3 credits) and/or
  • HSA4850 Health Services Admin Capstone/Internship Course (3 credits) and or
  • SYG 2000 – Principles of Sociology (3 credits)

Faculty Leaders:

Dr. Kezia Awadzi A-007 395-5335 kezia.awadzi@sfcollege.edu

Dr. Naima Brown R-211 395-5648 naima.brown@sfcollege.edu

For more information, visit the Office for International Education at Santa Fe.

University of Florida in Africa

The Center for International Studies at the University of Florida offers several highly competitive study abroad programs in  Tanzania, Morocco, South Africa, Swaziland and Botswana. Some of the programs include intensive language study that meets foreign language requirements for degree-seeking students.

 

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