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Summer 2016 African Language ProgramsPlease use this link to add an African language program to this listLAST UPDATED:
2/11/2016
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InstitutionLanguage(s) and levelLocationDatesCost (tuition)Cost (Room and Board)URLContact FLAS Eligible?Other Information
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United States Based Programs*Scroll down for Africa based programs
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University of IllinoisArabic: Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced
Swahili: Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced
Wolof: Elementary, Intermediate
Urbana-ChampaignJune 15 - Aug 8http://silmw.linguistics.illinois.edu/default.aspx
Dr Eman Saadah
(esaadah2@illinois.edu, 217 244 4515)
silmw@illinois.edu
Yes
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Boston UniversityAmharic - Beginning
Igbo - Beginning
Zulu - Beginning
BostonJune 13 - August 5$5,120Off-campus, variablehttp://www.bu.edu/africa/alp/summer-language-study/
Peter Quella
pdquella@bu.edu
617-353-3673
YesFLAS applications due February 15
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University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignArabic (1-4th year, 1-8th level)
Swahili (1-2nd year, 1-4th level)
Wolof (1st year, 1-2nd level)
UrbanaJune 13 - Aug 6, 2016https://registrar.illinois.edu/registrationhttps://registrar.illinois.edu/registrationhttp://silmw.linguistics.illinois.edu/
http://swahili.linguistics.illinois.edu/
Eman saadah
esaadah2@illinois.edu
(217)244-4515

Dr. Mary Gathogo
gathogo@illinois.edu
217-265-9474
YesProgram abroad coordinated by another office
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Summer Institute for the languages of the muslim world (SILMW), University of IllinoisSwahili
Wolof
Urbana, ILJune 13- August 6check http://silmw.linguistics.illinois.edu/check http://silmw.linguistics.illinois.edu/http://silmw.linguistics.illinois.edu/
Mary Gathogo:
gathogo@illinois.edu Swahili Instructor
Eman Saadah:
esaadah2@illinois.edu Program Director
Yes
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Ohio University
Akan- Beginner, intermediate and advanced
Setswana- Beginner and intermediate
Somali- Beginner and intermediate
Swahili- Beginner, intermediate and advanced
Wolof- Beginner, intermediate and advanced
Athens OHIOMay 9- June 25, 2016$3,992 - undergraduate and $4,664 graduatehttps://www.ohio.edu/global/cis/african/languages/summer.cfm
Bose Maposa
maposa@ohio.edu
740-597-1511

Peter Githinji
githinji@ohio.edu
740-597-2595
YesThough we have capabilities to offer these languages at levels stated above, the level to be offered will depend on student interest. Please email maposa@ohio.edu to request your level.
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APTLII - UW-Madison
Arabic (beginner to advanced)
Persian (beginner to advanced)
Turkish (beginner to advanced)
Madison, WIJune 11 - August 6$5,000$2,000aptlii.global.wisc.edu
Scott Trigg
aptlii@global.wisc.edu
608-262-5666
YesLanguages taught in a 24/7 immersion format, English is not allowed for the entire summer program. Students and staff reside together on campus as a language immersion community, with shared meals and a program language/cultural activities outside of the 4.5 hours of intensive class contact daily.
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*Check back regularly for an updated list
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Africa Based ProgramsClick HERE for a list of African-based programs that have previously been approved by the USDE IFLE office for a Summer FLAS.
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Boston University-State University of Zanzibar, TanzaniaSwahili - (all levels)Zanzibar, TanzaniaJuly 3 - August 12TBDhttp://www.bu.edu/africa/zanzibar/
Peter Quella
pdquella@bu.edu
617-353-3673
YesFLAS applications due February 15th
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Pater Noster AcademyIgbo (Intro, intermediate and Advanced
Mid-May through June
and
June through July
$4,700http://paternosteracademy.org/services
Chima J. Korieh, PhD
Department of History,
Marquette University
P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
TEL: (414) 288-3563 | (414) 288-5099 (FAX)
chima.korieh@marquette.edu
YesWe have offered the program to Michigan State University graduate students through the FLAS program
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African School of Economics (ASE)Yoruba Language and Literature (all levels)June 20 - July 31, 2016$3,000http://africanschoolofeconomics.com/research-institutes/ias
Meritxell Roca
mroca@africanschoolofeconomics.com
+1 (609) 258-2848
NoWeek 6 consists of a field trip (students will stay in a Yoruba village living with Yoruba speaking families)
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MS-TCDC Arusha, TanzaniaAdvanced Level SwahiliArusha, TanzaniaJune 17 - August 6, 2016$1,000africa.msu.edu/kiswahili.php
Deo Ngonyani
ngonyani@msu.edu
517-353-4051
Fulbright-Hays Fellowship
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Yale UniversityIntermediate and Advanced Kiswahili
5/31/2016 - 7/26/2016
5000
http://summer.yale.edu/studyabroad/facultyled/programs/swahs130-s140
john.wanjogu@yale.edu
2034320110
Yes
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University of OregonSwahili--all levels from no experience to advanced (1st-5th year)
6/19/2016 - 8/13/2016
$7,400
https://geo.uoregon.edu/zanzibar/lang_int
graboyes@uoregon.edu
8503466107
YesAccepts both undergrads and graduate students
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