Boston University: Rabat - Arabic Language & Regional Studies Program

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In the heart of Rabat’s medina, students live, learn and explore the language and culture of North Africa and the Middle East. The Rabat Arabic Language & Regional Studies Program immerses students into the language and the culture of this reg... read more

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I learned that people in the middle east and North Africa are just as kind and warm as we are. Their idea of a birthday party is to spend all day and all night truly celebrating life. In my internship at the clinic where we tested for HIV/AIDs I learned a wealth of information about Moroccan medicine and the clinicians who pract... - Chapman University View Entire Review

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In the heart of Rabat’s medina, students live, learn and explore the language and culture of North Africa and the Middle East. The Rabat Arabic Language & Regional Studies Program immerses students into the language and the culture of this region of the world through life in Morocco’s cosmopolitan capital city. Along with an intensive study of Arabic language, students explore the history, politics and religion of this ever-changing part of the world via coursework, homestays and excursions. This experience is highlighted by an all-inclusive, week-long adventure through Morocco, visiting exciting destinations such as Marrakesh, Fez and the Erg Lihoudi Desert.

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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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  • Arabic Language and Literature
  • Regional Studies
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