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American University Students at CCCL

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Our Center is running currently various programs on January 2017 for different US universities (77 participants).

The components of each program includes various activities designed to respond to each university needs. Among these activities are: orientation sessions about Moroccan traditions, customs, health issues, lectures provided by specialized speakers and Arabic courses given by experienced teachers.

The students will gain a rich experience about the Moroccan culture and the living style while they are with their homestay families. They will also go on excursions to explore some regions of Morocco including imperial cities like Meknes, Fes and Marrakech and will visit some rural places as well.

CCCL welcomes and wishes a memorable experience for all its students.




Arabic Day Celebration

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The CCCL celebrates the International Day of the Arabic Language under the theme: “Poetry, Music and Entertainment in Arabic” on Thursday, December 15th From 5:00 to 7:00pm

If you are interested to attend this event, please contact CCCL at: 0537202365 to register your name. Seats are limited.




Road Scholar Morocco: Melting Pot of Cultures (Oct. 30th – Nov. 14th)

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The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) is hosting its 125th Road Scholar program in Morocco. CCCL welcomes its 18 participants of this fall in Rabat. This month’s spectacular activities will be full of different excursions, including Chefchaouen, Fes, Marrakesh and other cities around Morocco. Along with that, different lectures will be presented, arranging from Islam in Morocco to Moroccan Politics to the Educational System and other significant topics. This trip is more than a learning experience of the daily life in Morocco; it’s an experience of a melting pot of cultures.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 November 2016 14:12

SIT MOJ Field Studies in Journalism and new media Fall 2016 program at CCCL

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CCCL is hosting the 10th semester of SIT MOJ Field Studies in Journalism and new media. It is a long term program of fifteen weeks based in Rabat Morocco that extends from August 28th to December 10th, 2016. The MOJ Students during this program have intensive Arabic and French classes and field studies on Journalism inviting a wide variety of lecturers as specialists in the domain of Journalism and Media in Morocco. They also go on excursions to different regions of Morocco including the four imperial Cities like Meknes, Fes and Marrakech in addition to a village stay in the suburbs of Ouazzane. Another major component of the program is the Independent Study project in Journalism (ISPJ) during which MOJ students meet and work with their Moroccan partners from Journalism School in Casablanca to develop stories and articles by the end of the program. During their stay, MOJ students experience living with Moroccan Families in the old Medina of Rabat.


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The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) is running Boston University program for the fall semester 2016 from August 27th to December 17th. It consists of various components: orientation sessions about Moroccan habits, customs, health issues, lectures on culture and some elective courses. It contains also Arabic courses and homestay in Rabat Medina. Throughout the program, students will have to do internships in different Moroccan organizations working in various fields like education, health care, children’s welfare, women’s rights and others.

In the heart of Rabat’s medina, students live, learn and explore the language and culture of Morocco. The Rabat Arabic Studies Program puts students in full immersion into local language and culture through life in Morocco’s cosmopolitan capital city. Along with an intensive study of Arabic language, students explore the history, politics and religion of this ever-changing part of the world. This experience is highlighted by an all-inclusive, week-long adventure through Morocco, visiting exciting destinations such as Marrakesh, Fez and the Erg Lihoudi desert.



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