IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Applications and deadlines for Study Abroad Scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year can be found at the Study Abroad website (You don't have to have applied for a program to submit an application)!
Of course, while ALL students should study abroad, and, we think Africa is one of the best places to do that, only 4% of the students who choose to do so are African American. Click HERE for the Top 10 Reasons African American Students Should Study Abroad.
Africana Studies and the NC State University Study Abroad Office offers students an opportunity to study abroad or conduct research in various areas on the continent of Africa and the Caribbean. Students may study for a semester, an entire academic year, during Spring Break periods, or through four- to six-week summer programs
Access the following websites for further information on current study abroad opportunities:
- Diversity.Abroad.com (Scholarship Opportunities)
- Minority Students and Study Abroad: Articles and Resources (Indiana University link)
- Semester Study Abroad in Ghana, West Africa (Fall and Spring Semesters each year)
- Spring Break in Ghana, West Africa (March, 2012)
- Summer Study Abroad Program in Ghana, West Africa (May-June, 2012)
- Summer 2013 Study Abroad Program in BOTSWANA (COMMUNICATION & PUBLIC HEALTH)
- Summer 2013 Study Abroad Program in Ghana, West Africa (ART AND DESIGN)
- Summer Study Abroad Program in Ghana, West Africa (LANDSCAPES OF ECO-TOURISM)
- Summer Study Abroad in Arusha, Tanzania (HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES)
- Summer Study Abroad in South Africa
- NCSU Study Abroad Office
- National Consortium for Study in Africa (NCSA @ Michigan State University)