Tanzania: Wildlife Management Studies

The School for Field Studies (SFS)
Kris Pieper
100 Cummings Center, Suite 534-G
Beverly, MA  1915
Phone: (978) 219-5122
Int'l Phone: 800-989-4418
Fax: (978) 922-3835
Africa, South of the Sahara: Kenya

Host Inst.: The School for Field Studies

Dates: Fall/Spring Semesters

Subject: African studies, Anthropology, Biology, Community service projects, Conservation, Development studies, East African studies, Ecology and environmental studies, Economics, Field study, Natural resources, Parks management, Wildlife, Zoology

Level: Fresh, Sophs, Jrs, Srs
Requires: 2.80 GPA, 1 semester college ecology, bio, or environmental studies
Age Min: 18
Age Average: 20

Undergrad Credit: Avail
Undergrad: 18 per semester
Grad Credit: None
Transfer Credit Through: University of Minnesota
Document Awarded: transcript

Overall Program Costs: Contact sponsor
Cost Include: activities, admissions, all meals, cultural activities, evacuation insurance, field trips, health and safety, some field equipment, student support svcs, support svcs, tuition
Nonrefundable fee
Cost Range: Contact sponsor for pgm costs

Instruction Language: English, Swahili
Format: Directed field study, Lang study, Lecture, Practical training, Volunteer svc
Students: US

Housing Arrangement: Arr by pgm
Housing Type: field stations

Deadline: Rolling admissions

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 1980
Orientation Location: abroad
Orientation Description: 1-2 days
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity, pgm travel activity, sports activity
Financial Aid: scholarships
May Contact Former Participant