The Ghana Winter Study Abroad program will begin in Accra, the capital city, and then shift to the beautiful campus of the University of Cape Coast. The city of Cape Coast is the capital of the central region of Ghana. It is located 165km west of Accra along the coastline of the Gulf of Guinea. Here, students will study at the modern campus and explore the bustling and historic city of Cape Coast with visits to the ocean side, fishing villages and more. Students will have the exciting opportunity to learn and experience African American Studies in an environment which promotes both academic and personal growth.
Students can earn 3-6 URI credits for the following courses:
Housing and Dining:
While in Ghana, students will stay in dormitory-style double occupancy residencies with shared bathroom facilities. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided.
Students will engage in cultural activities and excursions while in Ghana including:
Program Fee: TBA
|3-6 URI Credits||Round-trip airfare (Boston-Accra)||Accommodations and Meals|
|Student travel visa||Supplemental MedEx Insurance||In-country transportation|
NOTE: All fees subject to change
AIRFARE IS INCLUDED
|Application Deadline: April 1, 2014||Final Payment Due: TBA|
For more information, please contact:
|Program Director||URI Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator|
|Dr. Vanessa Quainoo||Kelly Watts|
|African/ African American Studies||Office of International Education|
|401-699-8244 or 401-413-4521||401-874-2019|
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