SOUTH AFRICA

Cape Town (CIEE)
Program Sponsor: The Council of International Education Exchange (CIEE)
Program Name: Cape Town Arts & Sciences 
Type: Direct Enrollment & Stand Alone
Housing: Students live in a homestay with a local host.
Program Eligibility: A cumulative GPA of 9.0 or higher is required.  College-level coursework in African Studies recommended. Minimum Junior standing is required.
Language: English (Afrikaans and Xhosa are available)


Cape Town (SIT Rights)
Program Sponsor:
The School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: Multiculturalism & Human Rights
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with local hosts: four weeks in Langa, one week in Bo Kaap, one week in Tsabo, and one week in Stellenbosch. Other accommodations may include lodges, private homes, small hotels, and camping.
Program Eligibility: Students must meet CMC requirements
Language: English and Xhosa

Durban (SIT Health)
Program Sponsor:
The School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: South Africa - Community Health & Social Policy
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with local hosts: four weeks near Durban and three nights in a rural area. Other accommodations may include hostels, private homes, and small hotels.
Program Eligibility: Students must meet CMC requirements
Language: English and Zulu

Durban (SIT - Transformation)
Program Sponsor:
The School for International Training (SIT)
Program Name: South Africa - Social & Political Transformation
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students live in homestays with local hosts: five weeks near Durban, a few days in a rural area, and a final homestay in Newlands. Other accommodations may include hostels, private homes, and small hotels.
Program Eligibility: Students must meet CMC requirements
Language: English and Zulu

Skukuza (Duke OTS)
Program Sponsor: Duke University
Program Name: The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) - African Ecology & Conservation
Type: Experiential field-based
Housing: Students stay at a variety of camps in Kruger National Park. Students stay three to four days in a homestay with a local host in a rural village. Other accommodations may include hostels, research institutes, and field stations.
Program Eligibility: Two semesters of college-level biology and/or ecology are required.
Language: English

Stellenbosch (CIEE)
Program Sponsor: The Council of International Education Exchange (CIEE)
Program Name:  Stellenbosch Sustainability & Community
Type: Direct Enrollment & Stand Alone
Housing: Students live in student residences on the Stellenbosch University campus.
Program Eligibility: A cumulative GPA of 9.0 or higher is required.  College-level coursework in geography, ecology, environmental studies, sustainability, community development, or other related disciplines. Minimum Junior standing is required.
Language: English and Afrikaans or Xhosa