St. Cloud State University: South Africa - ETHS 305 - South Africa/US Relations

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Students enroll in ETHS 305 during the spring semester. This course provides background information and an orientation for students traveling to South Africa as part of the Spring Break study tour. It gives insight into practical matters for visit... read more

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An openness to other cultures, an appreciation of what I have. Recommend it to everyone I know. - St. Cloud State University View Entire Review
I was able to experience a whole different culture and realized that I take so many things for granted here in the United States! I learned more about South Africa and about myself! It was completely worthwhile! - St. Cloud State University View Entire Review

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Students enroll in ETHS 305 during the spring semester. This course provides background information and an orientation for students traveling to South Africa as part of the Spring Break study tour. It gives insight into practical matters for visiting and studying in South Africa, especially at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), in Nelson Mandela Metropole (formerly Port Elizabeth), South Africa. Students will travel extensively around South Africa visiting historic landmarks while learning about the culture and people.

While taking ETHS 305: Race and Ethnic Relations in the Republic of South Africa and the United States of America, students will examine the notions of “race” and “ethnicity” and explore how they are actualized in both countries in a cntemporary and historic perspective. It also provides students with an opportunity to directly observe the societal transformation of a country formerly based on racial oppression throughout the South Africa – Spring Break travel option

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Spring Break
  • Short Term
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Minimum GPA:
2.0
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