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Yale University at CCCL

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A group of students coming from University of Yale, composed of 15 students accompanied by their professor and comparative-historical sociologist Dr. Jonathan Wyrtzen will join a CCCL summer program. The program spans from July 25th 2015 to August the 1st and encompasses the following: homestay, classroom use, a group discussion with Moroccan students, and a trip to Casablanca
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 July 2015 08:34

Arab Haïku Seminar at CCCL

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In collaboration with writer and poet Abdelkader JAMOUSSI, the CCCL organizes a seminar on Thursday July 9th at 9.00 pm. The event gathers around poets, academics, and writers who lead research on both cultures to discuss the: "Arab Haiku: Dialogue between the Japanese and Arab Cultures".

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CCCL is hosting for the year 2015 the "Morocco: Arabic Language and Community Service" program. It is a short term program of seven weeks based in Rabat Morocco. It starts in mid June and ends on the August 3rd, 2015. During this program, students will have intensive Arabic classes (Fus'ha) and community service projects in Moroccan NGOs for three weeks. They will live in homestay with Moroccan Families and go on an excursion to different authentic cities like Meknes, Fes and village stay in the suburbs of Ouazzane. Another major component of the program is the Arabic Writing Projects (AWP) during which our SIT students meet with their Moroccan speaking partners and participate in group discussion, lectures and do outdoor activities with each other.
Last Updated on Thursday, 02 July 2015 11:13


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8 students from Duke University are on a summer program at CCCL from 6th until June the 27th, 2015. The program is composed of a two-day orientation with a guided tour to Oudaya Kasbah, Hassan Tower, and Rabat Medina, a 15-day morning Arabic courses, conference room use by faculty and 3 activities related to the theme of citizenship: a group discussion with Moroccan students, teaching English at an NGO and a painting activity.

Rabat Arabic Language and Rabat Service learning program. BOSTON UNIVERSITY

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The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) will be running Boston University program for the summer 2014 from May 26th to July 20th. It consists of various components: orientation sessions about Moroccan habits, customs, health issues and other lectures on culture. It contains also Arabic courses and homestay in Rabat Medina. Throughout the program, students will have to volunteer in partnership with Moroccan NGOs working in different fields like education, health care, children’s welfare, women’s rights and other.
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