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Tanzania
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About three weeks of the program will be spent in Dar es Salaam. Students will be accommodated into student-friendly facilities offered by the University of Dar es Salaam during summer time. Program students will be able to share rooms among themselves in groups of two or four based on their gender. This set up will allow visiting students to live in the most secure environment and at an affordable price. In addition, university housing facilities will greatly enhance participants’ Kiswahili skills through interactions with local students who attend summer schools. The residence halls are conveniently located for student transportation, shopping, dining, and communications. Group accommodations will be accordingly facilitated during excursions to Zanzibar (two days, one night) and Arusha (three days, two nights). Participants will have opportunity to taste local delicacies as well as American-style meals from a range of food vendors on campus and in major cities and towns.

University of Dar es Salaam is also known as “The Hill” because it is located on top of the hill that provides a great day and night view of the city. All face to face instruction sessions will take place at the hill; a few of the sessions will be conducted in classrooms while a majority will be held outdoors under tree sheds on various campus sites to give students a nice view of the city and an opportunity to watch monkeys (not squirrels) at the same time as they receive instructions. Students are highly encouraged to use their observation and inquiry skills to enrich their learning process – they will prepare journal entries and other materials for assessment as described in respective course syllabi.
   
 

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