Student's can take 12-15 credits per Semester at USIU with full access to the curriculum offered at the university including but not limited to Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Business, and the Arts. All courses are taught in English. IEM a
- Nairobi, Kenya
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Fall Semester, Spring Semester
- Program Description:
- The IEM semester abroad program in Nairobi, Kenya offers students the opportunity to study in the heart of Kenya's multinational, capital city. Classes well be offered at the United States International University (USIU)where students will also live in dormitories with their American counterparts, native students, and other international students. Students will have the opportunity to explore the historical city and the surrounding areas with group excursions to Mombasa, Masai Mara Park (beneath Kilimanjaro), Nairobi National Park, and more.
Student's can take 12-15 credits per Semester at USIU with full access to the curriculum offered at the university including but not limited to Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Business, and the Arts. All courses are taught in English. IEM also implements a Peer-mentor program that pairs US students with local students in order to promote cultural understanding and immersion.
The fee students pay for the program includes tuition for USIU, pre-departure Seminars, Airport Pickup/Drop-off, health Insurance, group excursions, peer-mentor program, and paperwork assistance. Students should take airfare, personal expenses, and immunizations into account for their semester budget.
- Setting Description:
- United States International University in Nairobi is a modern campus that provides students with the technology, students services, and facilities that that they are accustomed to on US campuses. Students will have access to the city and the opportunity to explore their new surroundings while having a safe and friendly campus to return to.
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