AMIDEAST: Rabat - Summer Intensive Arabic
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The Amideast Education Abroad Summer Intensive Arabic program in Rabat, Morocco provides students with the opportunity to earn up to a full academic year of Arabic in just one summer. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced level students can jumpst... read more
I learned a ton of Arabic and so much of Moroccan culture, it was most definitely worthwhile. Zac Smith - University of Arkansas - Fayetteville View Entire Review
I loved being exposed to the culture of a North African country. Understanding the complexities of a country filled with multiple languages was truly fascinating. it was absolutely worthwhile. A student - University of Chicago View Entire Review
Knowledge of moroccan culture A student - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
I learned a great deal of cultural understanding and flexibility. My preconceived notions about the Arab world were challenged and my sense of identity was further shaped. A student - University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
The program was definitely worthwhile. In a general sense, I feel more exposed to the issues surrounding North Africa, Morocco, and the Muslim world. But on a personal level, the program pushed me academically and physically. The culture shock was a little intense at times, but it was surprising how quickly I adapted. I used a b... Christina T - CUNY - Macaulay Honors College View Entire Review
I gained further knowledge in standard Arabic, and basic exposure to the Darija dialect. I've also gained vast experience in living within a culture I am not used to. This program is absolutely worth it. Jarrell S - Cleveland State University View Entire Review
People the world over have similar values and interests, although cultural differences and language barriers create ostensible barriers to cooperation Emmett P - Colgate University View Entire Review
The ways in which we are very similar and very different. A student - City College of New York View Entire Review
It was unbelievably worth while! Living with a host family was a great decision. Not only did I learn about the language, but I experience the cultured, food, and more! Allyson M - Kent State University View Entire Review
I learned more than I can put it to words. It was an amazing experience and I would do it again in a heartbeat. A student - University of New Mexico View Entire Review
Yes, it was worthwhile. Morocco is gorgeous and the intricacies of how the different languages intermingle in one country is fascinating. A student - University of Chicago View Entire Review
My program made me aware of Arabic cultures and their traditions. It made me more open-minded and gave me a greater understanding of others. Colleen Q - Loyola University Maryland View Entire Review
I hugely improved my language skills. A student - Whitman College View Entire Review
Definitely worthwhile, I learned more about the world around me and more about a whole new culture as well as the language. Micki C - Illinois Institute of Technology View Entire Review
My experience abroad was extremely worthwhile. It opened my eyes to so much culture, history, and I was able to see many beautiful places while having meaningful interactions with locals. Natalie d - University of Utah View Entire Review
I learned a lot culturally. I came into this program with just language goals; however, to learn a language you also learn the culture. The most important thing I gained from this program is exposure. Meeting different people really changes your life in subtle ways, such as the way you view the world and the way you speak/act. I... ADITI D - Rutgers University - New Brunswick View Entire Review
I gained so much I think a list would be too extensive. Culture, language, friendships, and much more. If I had the option, I would hop on a plane and do it all over again right now. Gabriella H - Viterbo University View Entire Review
learned about myself A student - Seton Hall University View Entire Review
To adjust to a new culture and yes. Wasif I - Yale University View Entire Review
The experience really opened my eyes to how other countries view America. It's interesting to see how Moroccans in general do not have a problem with American people but with our foreign policy. They essentially believe we just need to mind our own business. This was something that made me happy because American media depicts ot... Nicholas J - CUNY - John Jay College of Criminal Justice View Entire Review
I became much more independent & self-confident about my independence. I definitely think that it was necessary for me to study abroad & I got a lot out of the experience that I wasn't expecting to get. Anna W - Yale University View Entire Review
I had an immensely instructive experience and learned both a lot of Arabic and a lot about Arab culture and politics and definitely found the experience worthwhile. A student - Tufts University View Entire Review
Yes, I learned a lot about myself, not only language. Kajari G - Grinnell College View Entire Review
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- Arabic Language and Literature
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Amideast Education Abroad students are selected to act as a "correspondents" for our semester and summer programs. These correspondents submit multiple blog entries while developing travel and creative writing skills. Students also critically reflect in writing on their education abroad experience with Amideast.
$1,000 (semester) or $500 (summer)
Amideast Education Abroad Need Based Scholarships are awarded based on the student's financial need, and can be given up to $3,000 for summer programs and $5,000 for semester programs. Awards may be disbursed as a tuition reduction, one-time bank transfer, or equal monthly on-site cash payments.
$500 - $5,000
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