MOROCCO | SUMMER QUARTER 2019
Explore the beauty of the coastal city of Rabat, Morocco’s capital city. The program includes a guided city tour, and cultural activities like bread-making, henna, dance lessons, and a visit to a souk or Hamman.
Students will also visit the city of Marrakesh for three days. Marrakesh is a former imperial city of the Moroccan Berber Empire and remains an important cultural, religious, and trading center. Lodging, transportation, a city tour, and some meals are provided during this excursion.
Please print, fill out, sign, and submit completed documents to the Study Abroad office (Snohomish Hall Room 301)
Classes will be taught by local faculty at the AMIDEAST Center in Rabat, which is located in Rabat’s Agdal district.
AMIDEAST is an American non-profit organization that provides international education, training, and development activities in the Middle East and North Africa. Classes are informal, interesting and include history, culture, politics, literature, and an introduction to common words, expressions, and structures used in everyday speech by Moroccans. The course also includes multiple cultural activities in the local community.
Accommodation is with Moroccan host families in Rabat. Students will be provided with breakfast and dinner and their homestays every day. Most host family members speak Arabic as a first language and then one or two second languages.
Based on an enrollment of 10 or more participants, the fee per person is $2,600. This includes all lectures, field trips, welcome dinner, admission fees, medical insurance, local cell phones (usage charges not included), all breakfasts and evening meals.
- Roundtrip airfare
- College tuition and fees (paid to student’s home campus)
- Passport fees (and visa fees, if applicable)
- Spending money
Application Deadline: Approximately May 15, 2019 ($500 deposit). Please contact your campus coordinator for more information about the 3-week Morocco program.
Payment Schedule: Balance due approximately June 10th 2019
Program Dates: Approximately August 26–September 16, 2019 (3 weeks and 5 credit Moroccan Culture and Colloquial Arabic course)
Time: 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Location: Cascadia College
What to Bring: Students need to bring (a) a signed copy of the Student Guidelines, (b) a copy of your passport, (c) flight itineraries, (d) a notepad to take notes, and (e) questions.
Student participants should also invite parents, guardians, or whomever they feel should attend with them. Lunch will be served.
To find out more, make an appointment with your study abroad advisor!