Study Abroad

Tanzania

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Arusha (SIT)
Program Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: Tanzania - Wildlife Conservation & Political Ecology
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with local hosts: three weeks in a peri-urban area near Arusha and one week in a Maasai village. Other accommodations may include hostels, private homes, small hotels, and camping.
Program Eligibility: Previous coursework in environmental studies, ecology, biology, sociology, anthropology, international relations or related field.
Language: English and Swahili

Stone Town (SIT)
Program Sponsor: School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: Tanzania – Zanzibar Coastal Ecology and Natural Resource Management
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with local hosts: two weeks in Stone Town and seven nights on Pemba Island. Other accommodations may include guest houses, small hotels, university housing and possibly camping.
Program Eligibility: Previous coursework in environmental studies, ecology, biology, or related fields is required. Swimming and snorkeling proficiency is strongly recommended.
Language: English and Swahili