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LSE-UCT July School - London School of Economics and the University of Cape Town

London School of Economics & Political Science
University of Cape Town
Fiona Conlan
Tower 3, Room 1.02
Houghton Street
London   WC2A 2AE-2AE
Phone: (440) 207-9556 ext.455
Int'l Phone: +44 (0)20 7955 6455
E-Mail:
Site:
Africa, South of the Sahara: South Africa: Cape Town


Host Inst.: The University of Cape Town (UCT) / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Dates: 4 - 15 July 2016

Subject: African studies, Business and management, Development administration and management, Development studies, Economics, Geography, Government, Health administration and planning, History, International relations, Political science and politics, Refugee studies, Urban studies, Women's studies

Eligibility:
Level: Fresh, Sophs, Jrs, Srs, Grads, Adults, Teachers, Professionals
Requires: English language proficiency
Age Min: 18
Age Average: 22

Credit:
Undergrad Credit: Avail
Grad Credit: Avail
Document Awarded: certificate, transcript

Cost:
Overall Program Costs: About $1,600
Cost Include: books, computer access, computer lab, field trips, internet access, local bus pass, on-site dir, orient, registration, resident dir, some activities, staff support, tuition
Nonrefundable fee
Cost Range: $1,000 to $2,500 incl intl travel

Instruction:
Instruction Language: English
Format: Directed field study, Lecture, Seminar, Tutorial
Students: US & intl & host country

Housing:
Housing Arrangement: Sponsor assists
Housing Type: apts, bed and breakfast, dormitories, guesthouse, homestays, hostels, hotels, residence hall with intl students, residence halls, residence halls with local students

Deadline: May 27 2016; March 31 for early application discount

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 2013
In Coop With: University of Cape Town
Orientation Location: abroad
Orientation Description: Half day on-site orientation covering academic and cultural issues
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity
Misc: An innovative 'summer school' style programme investigating modern Africa as taught be top faculty from LSE and UCT
Financial Aid: scholarships