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  • JMU Summer in Ghana and Internship

    Accra, Kumasi, Winneba, Cape Coast, Elmina, Ghana

    THE 4-WEEK SUMMER ABROAD PROGRAM: The 4-Week Summer Abroad Program in Ghana is the oldest JMU program on the continent of Africa. In partnership with the University of Ghana and a select number of local Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), our students gain knowledge in multiple disciplines--from history to religion to social work, applied engineering, and health sciences. During the...
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  • Global Health Care Leadership - Ghana (Winter Break)

    Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast, Ghana

    This course will focus on the global healthcare system in West Africa. Students will explore physical and social environments to understand individual, societal, and population-based influences on health and well-being while discovering the rich history of the Gold Coast in Ghana. When not interacting with healthcare providers, we will explore the countryside, take hikes in beautiful terrain,...
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  • Madison Camp-Kenya: Interdisciplinary Education Abroad

    Narok, Nairobi, Kenya

    Upcoming Virtual Information Session: Wednesday, Oct 4th @ 5:45pmZoom link to join: https://jmu-edu.zoom.us/j/85334566879 This summer study abroad program is designed for those exploring all levels of education as well as those seeking immersive cross-cultural experiences. We will be located primarily at Nasaruni Academy, a campus of 200 Maasai girls where we will be staying in the...
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  • Community Health Clinical Nursing in South Africa (Winter)

    Polokwane, South Africa

    This one-of-a-kind study abroad is designed to serve nursing and majors from many different disciplines. Students will explore the histories and the diversity of cultures in South Africa and their impact on the healthcare system and practice across different settings. Students will explore the breadths of rural living, significant cities' impacts, the other uses of land and water, and the...
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  • East Africa Field School: Swahili and Human-Environment Interactions

    Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Kakamega, Laikipia, Kajiado, Longido, Arusha, Tanzania, Kenya

    Designed to serve majors from many different disciplines, JMU’s East Africa Field School incorporates extensive travel, homestays, lectures/class discussions, readings, and a variety of other assignments into studies of Swahili and human-environment interactions. All students are required to take six credit hours of Swahili language at the appropriate level (beginner to advanced options...
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