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Study Abroad and Living in Ghana by Isabel Dickinson
Life Lessons in Ghana by Lauren Elliott 
Study Abroad in Tanzania: On Borders, Bananas, and Being Back by Danae Roumis
Study Abroad in South Africa by Adam Karlin
Studying and Living in Cairo and Traveling in the Desert Dunes of Egypt by Rachel Tobias
Internship for an Ethiopian NGO by Sara Cornish
NYU Global Programs
Stay on track in your major while studying abroad at one of NYU’s global locations in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East. Subject courses are taught in English, and language courses are offered at all levels.
Dates: Study abroad for a semester, year, summer, or January term.
Contact: NYU Office of Global Programs, 383 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10003-7011.
Tel.: 212-998-4433

Brockport Study Abroad Programs (SUNY)
Offers more than 60 study abroad programs in countries all over the world including Ghana.


CIEE: Council on International Educational Exchange
CIEE offers several Study Abroad and Language Programs in Africa, including Ghana, Morocco, South Africa and Tanzania.


Carleton Antioch Global Engagement
Arts and Culture in Cameroon
Carleton College, one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges, now operates the Arts and Culture in Cameroon program previously offered by Antioch Education Abroad.
Students explore the visual and performing arts in the enriching cross-cultural learning environment of bilingual Anglophone and Francophone Cameroon, West Africa. Participants study, live, and participate in an arts apprenticeship with local artists, artisans, musicians, and dancers.
Globalization and Sustainable Development in Cameroon
Carleton College, one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges, now operates Globalization and Sustainable Development in Cameroon, an expansion of Antioch Education Abroad’s Community Development program.
Students gain hands-on experience in globalization and sustainable development through coursework, NGO internships, and homestays with local families in bilingual Anglophone and Francophone Cameroon.

Eko Tracks
Veterinary Field Study
This special interest course is designed for students in veterinary science where you will meet and interact with wildlife veterinarians in South Africa, hands-on. Learn about the crucial role of veterinarians in the growing wildlife industry by participating in game capture operations, field and lab work. Earn 6 credits from the North West University, South Africa. Wildlife Conservation and Wildlife Veterinary Course offered as well.

Intercultural Dimensions
Crossing Cultures Program to the Republic of Senegal
Small group, ideal weather, cultural Immersion.
Leaders pay their own expenses and those of this non-profit organization.
Intercultural Dimensions pays no salaries. It is a labor of love.

North Carolina State University
African Ecology & Conservation
This program is offered in Namibia with its variety of spectacular landscapes. Discover the unique ecology of the the Namib Desert, participate in adventure tourism activities, traverse the mountain landscape of Damaraland while tracking “desert” elephants, study the magnificent diversity of wildlife in the world famous Etosha National Park and learn about predator conservation, human-wildlife conflict, savanna ecology and game ranching.


School for International Training (SIT)
Offers a variety of study abroad programs based in Africa.


University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
Full Curriculum and African Studies in Accra, Ghana

The Ghana program offers an opportunity for students to live in the heart of West Africa. Students may enroll in a traditional African studies program or choose from a wide range of courses taught in English at the Univ. of Ghana. There are also several courses specifically designed to introduce the USAC participants to the local culture and region. These courses include dance, social studies, and agriculture.


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