The Washington University Summer Program to Senegal is designed for students who want to build their conversational French language skills, learn more about Francophone West Africa, and experiment with field research. Dakar,
Senegal provides the perfect opportunity to explore themes in African and Francophone studies because of its geographical space and unique history.
Eligibility: 3.0 minimum GPA; three or more semesters of college French.
Credits: Students will receive 6 credits for the two mandatory courses:
three units of French, and three units for a 300-level African Studies
course titled "Senegal: History, Politics and Culture".
Housing: Students will be housed in the Mermoz district of Dakar. Room and board will include three meals a day and laundry service. Students will also have access to internet facilities. In Saint Louis, Senegal, students will stay at La Louisiane and attend lectures at Universite Gaston Berger.
Program Dates: Approximately June 1 - July 10, 2012
Application Deadline: February 15, 2012
College of Arts & Sciences
Washington University in St. Louis
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