Morocco: Multiculturalism & Human Rights
Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Location: Rabat, Morocco
Through SIT courses and an independent study project, students examine the diverse forces shaping contemporary Moroccan society, with particular emphasis on ethnicity, culture, and human rights. Students gain or enhance speaking, reading, and writing skills in Modern Standard Arabic, with further language practice of spoken Moroccan Arabic (darija) and an introduction to Berber, the Moroccan Arabic dialect.
Program Type: Affiliated
Read about Research Abroad for specific requirements for the program’s independent study project.
Read Credit Enrollment requirements for information about maintaining a full-time course load while abroad.
To apply, Northwestern students must:
- Complete an NU Study Abroad Application by the appropriate deadline
- Complete an SIT application by the program's deadline
Languages: English, Arabic
Language Requirements:None; however, students take an intensive Arabic language class during the program.
Housing:Homestays and hotels/hostels
Fall 2015: $23,337
Billed by Northwestern: $20,535
- Tuition: $15,015
- Room & board: $2,960
- SAAF: $2,560
Estimated additional costs: $2,842
- Airfare: $1,490
- Local travel: $180
- Books & supplies: $120
- Personal expenses: $900
- HTH: $152
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