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Things are great in Tanzania! My host family is welcoming and accommodating, and the same goes for the KEI Director). I am having a lot of fun and meeting great friends. Thank you very much for all your help and patience in making all this happen. I really appreciate everything KEI has done for me. Coming here is nothing short of a dream I had for years.

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Salisbury University
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Academics: summer

The Summer Session (1-month, 6-credits) offers Swahili Language and Tanzanian Culture & Society courses. The Summer Term (2-month, 9-credits) combines Swahili Language and Tanzanian Culture & Society courses with an internship/community service (professional, clinical, humanitarian, etc.).

Course offerings

Tanzanian Culture & Society
Swahili Language (Beginner Levels)
Swahili Language (Intermediate Levels)
Swahili Language (Advanced Levels)

Internships & community service

Internships and community service allow students to learn from practical experience not attainable in a classroom setting. Internships require a commitment of 120 hours (3 credits). Placement is based on professional interests. Positions are available in business, marketing, finance, medicine, health, communications, law, public relations, humanitarian aid, science, engineering, media and many other fields.

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Credit & transcripts Credit and transcript are awarded by Lincoln University or SUNY University at Albany (both accredited in the USA).

KiSwahili na Utamaduni KiSwahili na Utamaduni (KIU), established in 1985, is one of the largest and most experienced Swahili language providers in East Africa. KIU is a recipient of the Certificate of Honour from the National Swahili Council and works with a wide range of organizations, such as the Peace Corps, Salvation Army, World Food Program, International Federation of Red Cross and many other NGOs.