KEI Study Abroad Programs in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

Provider: KEI

Study abroad this year with the Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI) in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. Tanzania's history dates as far back as human existence, with The Olduvai Gorge in northern Tanzania being nicknamed the "Cradle of Mankind." Although they used to be separate, The British coastal islands of Zanzibar merged with the mainland Tangankiya to form Tanzania in 1964.

Most courses are offered at the University of Dar-es-Salaam (UDES) in a large number of disciplines. Students can also study medicine, nursing, and health sciences at the Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences (MUCHS), or other courses at Kiswahili na Utamaduni (KIU). Check out the KEI website today for all of the details!

Program Info

Location: 
  • TanzaniaDar es Salaam
School Term: 
Academic Year
Fall
Spring
Summer
Cost: 
$2,000 - $5,000 (USD)
$5,000 - $10,000 (USD)
$15,000 - $20,000 (USD)
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Degree Level: 
College Freshman+
Subject Areas: 
Accounting
Administration
Advertising
Anthropology
Archaeology
Art History
Biology
Biotechnology
Botany
Business
Chemistry
Communications
Computer Science
Conservation and Preservation
Dentistry
Development Studies
Economics
Engineering
English Language
Environmental Studies
Finance
Foreign Language
French Language
Geography
Geology
Health Sciences
History
Human Resource Management
Humanities
International Business
International Relations
Journalism and Broadcasting
Law
Linguistics
Literature
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Medicine
Molecular Biology
Nursing
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Research Study
Social Sciences
Sociology
Statistics
Urban and Regional Planning
Zoology and Wildlife Sciences
Languages: 
English
Swahili
Housing: 
Home-stay
Student Dormitory
Application: 
Online Application
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  • Kim Nicholas
    Age: 19-24
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    Lexington, KY
    University of Kentucky
    Karibu Tanzania
    10/03/2014

    Karibu Tanzania or Welcome to Tanzania encompasses the welcoming and friendly cultural of Tanzania. Tanzanians take greetings very seriously and can last for several minutes. Being able to greet people in Swahili will take you a long way.
    One of the most important skills to consider when coming to Tanzania is flexibility and adaptability. Nothing will work in the way you expect it to, and are used to in the United States.

    Photos:
    A typical street in StoneTown, Zanzibar
    Soccer, a common past time for Tanzanianz
    Harbor in Zanzibar
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About the provider

Founded in 1997, The Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI) believed that studying abroad with discipline-specific studies and professional development goals would better enhance the traditional cultural exchange and liberal arts approach. KEI's programs are best suited for those students looking to get more than just cultural immersion with some filler electives. Useful international business experience, overseas health and medicine studies, research and internship opportunities... opportunities that will help you in the long term, as well as leave you with exciting memories for a lifetime.