Project Go

The ROTC Language & Culture Project

FIND A PROGRAM

All ROTC students anywhere in the United States are eligible to participate in a Project GO domestic or study-abroad summer language programs at any of the participating universities. The following ROTC students are eligible for domestic programs only (CONUS): drilling members of the National Guard or Reserve; newly commissioned officers awaiting active duty; commissioned officers serving and enrolled as full time students.

Find the program that works for you by using the search boxes below. You can search using any combination of the fields below. A course overview, details, funding information and application instructions are included with each course listing. Project GO summer programs range from fully-funded to mostly-funded and benefits will vary by program. Please note that some programs require a separate application process for securing a scholarship.

Prerequisites:

Beginner I

No prior experience required

Beginner II

Students should have completed the equivalent of 2 semesters

Note: each program has its own entrance requirements & standards

Intermediate I

Students should have completed the equivalent of 4 semesters

Note: each program has its own entrance requirements & standards

Intermediate II

Students should have completed the equivalent of 6 semesters

Note: each program has its own entrance requirements & standards

For specific information on language course listed in the database, please consult directly with that program’s point of contact.

Note:

The university sponsor provides scholarship funding for the course listed; however, the location of study may or may not be at that university’s campus, particularly in the case of study-abroad or combination courses.

Note:

  • Domestic courses take place on the sponsoring university’s local campus.
  • Study abroad courses take place on site at a partner institution in a separate country.
  • Combination courses involve both domestic and study-abroad components.
  • Academic Year Intensive courses are offered during the regular school year and require a substantial commitment of time due to the increased volume of material included in the curriculum.

Note:

Scholarship funding levels differ by program. Project GO programs do not fall under the auspices of ROTC; therefore, participants will not be on orders, will not receive per diem, and will not receive DoD-funded medical coverage as a result of participating in Project GO. However, many Project GO institutions provide living stipends for participants. Please view the “Scholarships” tabs for details.

Search Results

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | May 26, 2014 - Jul 20, 2014
    Location: Rabat, Morocco
    Sponsor: Boston University
    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Textbook: Al Kitaab
    Course Details:

    The Rabat Arabic Language and Service Learning Program offers intensive language study and a hands-on introduction to Moroccan and North African culture through a service-learning placement. Through a volunteer partnership with a host organization, students will work in education, healthcare, children’s welfare, women’s rights, or other organizations focusing on critical issues. At the same time, students will be studying Fus’ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL), a private cultural institution founded and directed by Moroccan academics with many years of experience in cross-cultural education. This program will give students a unique immersion in the life and society of this fascinating language, city, country, and region.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    ROTC students admitted to the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program are eligible to receive a PROJECT GO-BU fellowship which covers a majority of all necessary expenses, including tuition, room and board, and travel.

    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Priority Deadline: December 5, 2013*
    General Deadline: February 14, 2014

    *Freshmen are strongly encouraged to apply for Project GO-BU; however, they are ineligible to apply under the priority deadline (and must apply under the general deadline) unless they have a college transcript with fall 2013 grades by December 5.

    ROTC students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must first submit an application for Project GO funding. Please DO NOT apply for the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program before receiving a response from Project GO-BU. 

    Please follow the link below to access the Project GO application here: http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

    For any further questions, please contact Charlotte Cutter at ckcutter@bu.edu

     

    Application Links:

    http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | May 26, 2014 - Jul 20, 2014
    Location: Rabat, Morocco
    Sponsor: Boston University
    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Textbook: Al Kitaab
    Course Details:

    The Rabat Arabic Language and Service Learning Program offers intensive language study and a hands-on introduction to Moroccan and North African culture through a service-learning placement. Through a volunteer partnership with a host organization, students will work in education, healthcare, children’s welfare, women’s rights, or other organizations focusing on critical issues. At the same time, students will be studying Fus’ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL), a private cultural institution founded and directed by Moroccan academics with many years of experience in cross-cultural education. This program will give students a unique immersion in the life and society of this fascinating language, city, country, and region.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    ROTC students admitted to the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program are eligible to receive a PROJECT GO-BU fellowship which covers a majority of all necessary expenses, including tuition, room and board, and travel.

    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Priority Deadline: December 5, 2013*
    General Deadline: February 14, 2014

    *Freshmen are strongly encouraged to apply for Project GO-BU; however, they are ineligible to apply under the priority deadline (and must apply under the general deadline) unless they have a college transcript with fall 2013 grades by December 5.

    ROTC students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must first submit an application for Project GO funding. Please DO NOT apply for the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program before receiving a response from Project GO-BU. 

    Please follow the link below to access the Project GO application here: http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

    For any further questions, please contact Charlotte Cutter at ckcutter@bu.edu

     

    Application Links:

    http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | May 26, 2014 - Jul 20, 2014
    Location: Rabat, Morocco
    Sponsor: Boston University
    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Textbook: Al Kitaab
    Course Details:

    The Rabat Arabic Language and Service Learning Program offers intensive language study and a hands-on introduction to Moroccan and North African culture through a service-learning placement.  Through a volunteer partnership with a host organization, students will work in education, healthcare, children’s welfare, women’s rights, or other organizations focusing on critical issues. At the same time, students will be studying Fus’ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL), a private cultural institution founded and directed by Moroccan academics with many years of experience in cross-cultural education. This program will give students a unique immersion in the life and society of this fascinating language, city, country, and region.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    ROTC students admitted to the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program are eligible to receive a PROJECT GO-BU fellowship which covers a majority of all necessary expenses, including tuition, room and board, and travel.

    Apply by: February 14, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Priority Deadline: December 5, 2013*
    General Deadline: February 14, 2014

    *Freshmen are strongly encouraged to apply for Project GO-BU; however, they are ineligible to apply under the priority deadline (and must apply under the general deadline) unless they have a college transcript with fall 2013 grades by December 5.

    ROTC students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must first submit an application for Project GO funding. Please DO NOT apply for the Rabat Arabic Language & Service Learning Program before receiving a response from Project GO-BU. 

    Please follow the link below to access the Project GO application here: http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

    For any further questions, please contact Charlotte Cutter at ckcutter@bu.edu

     

    Application Links:

    http://www.bu.edu/projectgo/apply-now/

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 18, 2014 - Aug 7, 2014
    Location: San Bernardino, CA
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will receive 12-18 quarter credit units for this program. Classes take place from 8 AM to 10 PM Monday through Friday and 8 AM to 1 PM on Saturday.
    Textbook: Ahlan Wa Sahlan Workbook (all)
    Ahlan Wa Sahlan Book 1 (Chapters 1-20)
    Course Details:

    Intensive First-Year Arabic:  This program is geared for individuals who have no prior knowledge of Arabic.  Students will receive credit for one full year of Arabic (i.e. 2 semesters or 3 quarters). Additional credits for Beginning Conversation, Calligraphy or Pronunciation may also be available. A placement test is required during program orientation.

    This program is both intensive and residential: i.e., students are strongly encouraged to live in the dorms to fully benefit from the immersion program. During the seven-week session, participants will complete the equivalent of one year of Beginning College Arabic. Students should expect to spend their week, Mondays through Fridays plus Saturday mornings, immersed in the program.  Adherence to the language pledge is required. Co-curricular activities, such as calligraphy, folk dancing and ethnic cooking, in addition to watching movies from the Arab world, listening to guest speakers, and participating in field trips enhance the more traditional classroom setting and build students' abilities to communicate in Arabic.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available.  Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 nonrefundable deposit to reserve their space in the program plus a refundable $250 deposit for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc.  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available.  Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program at California State University, San Bernardino and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  As the Arabs say, insha’Allah, this will be one of the most beneficial, memorable and rewarding learning experiences you have encountered at the university.  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

    Application Links:

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip/project-go

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 18, 2014 - Aug 7, 2014
    Location: San Bernardino, CA
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will receive 12-18 quarter credit units for this program. Classes take place from 8 AM to 10 PM Monday through Friday and 8 AM to 1 PM on Saturday.
    Textbook: Ahlan Wa Sahlan: Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Intermediate Learners (Chapters 1-20), Book and Workbook
    Course Details:

    Intensive Second-Year Arabic:  This program is geared for individuals who have had one year of university-level Arabic language study (or equivalent).  Students will receive credit for one full year of Arabic (i.e. 2 semesters or 3 quarters). Additional credits forConversation, Calligraphy or Pronunciation may also be available. A placement test is required during program orientation.

    This program is both intensive and residential: i.e., students are strongly encouraged to live in the dorms to fully benefit from the immersion program. During the seven-week session, participants will complete the equivalent of one year of Beginning College Arabic. Students should expect to spend their week, Mondays through Fridays plus Saturday mornings, immersed in the program.  Adherence to the language pledge is required. Co-curricular activities, such as calligraphy, folk dancing and ethnic cooking, in addition to watching movies from the Arab world, listening to guest speakers, and participating in field trips enhance the more traditional classroom setting and build students' abilities to communicate in Arabic.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Applications are  being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 nonrefundable deposit to reserve their space in the program plus a refundable $250 deposit for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc.  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

     

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program at California State University, San Bernardino and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  As the Arabs say, insha’Allah, this will be one of the most beneficial, memorable and rewarding learning experiences you have encountered at the university.  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

    Application Links:

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip/project-go

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 24, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will be able to earn 12-18 quarter credit units for participation in the program. Classes are held at the Qasid Institute in Amman, Jordan. Direct instruction takes place approximately 4 hours per day, 5 days per week. A mandatory placement test determines student level. Additional electives are available for a fee. Students are encouraged to seek internship or volunteer opportunities in advance of their arrival in Jordan.
    Textbook: Varies, depending on placement level. Five levels of Arabic plus Classical and Colloquial Arabic courses are available at Qasid. However, students must be qualified for Intermediate I to participate. A mandatory placement test determines student level.
    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013..  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 deposit to reserve their space in the program.  Should they drop out of the program, this deposit is nonrefundable.  Upon completion of the program, the deposit is refundable minus any charges incurred for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before April 2, 2013.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program in Amman, Jordan, and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  All participants are required to participate in the mandatory orientation (tentatively scheduled for May 17, 2014; electronic/internet attendance options will be made available).  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

     

    Application Links:
  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 18, 2014 - Aug 7, 2014
    Location: San Bernardino, CA
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will receive 12-18 quarter credit units for this program. Classes take place from 8 AM to 10 PM Monday through Friday and 8 AM to 1 PM on Saturday.
    Textbook: Al-Kitab Fi Taallum AlArabiya, Part 2 (chapters 1-9)
    Course Details:

    Intensive Third-Year Arabic:  This program is geared for individuals who have had two years of university-level instruction in Arabic (i.e. four semesters or six quarters).  Students will receive credit for one full year of Arabic (i.e. 2 semesters or 3 quarters). Additional credits for Conversation, Calligraphy or Pronunciation may also be available. A placement test is required during program orientation.

    This program is both intensive and residential: i.e., students are strongly encouraged to live in the dorms to fully benefit from the immersion program. During the seven-week session, participants will complete the equivalent of one year of Beginning College Arabic. Students should expect to spend their week, Mondays through Fridays plus Saturday mornings, immersed in the program.  Adherence to the language pledge is required. Co-curricular activities, such as calligraphy, folk dancing and ethnic cooking, in addition to watching movies from the Arab world, listening to guest speakers, and participating in field trips enhance the more traditional classroom setting and build students' abilities to communicate in Arabic.

    Students are also highly encouraged to apply for the Study Abroad program in Amman, Jordan.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013  will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 nonrefundable deposit to reserve their space in the program plus a refundable $250 deposit for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc.  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

     

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program at California State University, San Bernardino and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  As the Arabs say, insha’Allah, this will be one of the most beneficial, memorable and rewarding learning experiences you have encountered at the university.  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

    Application Links:

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip/project-go

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 24, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will be able to earn 12-18 quarter credit units for participation in the program. Classes are held at the Qasid Institute in Amman, Jordan. Direct instruction takes place approximately 4 hours per day, 5 days per week. A mandatory placement test determines student level. Additional electives are available for a fee. Students are encouraged to seek internship or volunteer opportunities in advance of their arrival in Jordan.
    Textbook: Varies, depending on placement level. Five levels of Arabic plus Classical and Colloquial Arabic courses are available at Qasid. However, students must be qualified for Intermediate I at a minimum to participate overseas. A mandatory placement test determines student level.
    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 deposit to reserve their space in the program.  Should they drop out of the program, this deposit is nonrefundable.  Upon completion of the program, the deposit is refundable minus any charges incurred for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible.

     

     

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program in Amman, Jordan, and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  All participants are required to participate in the mandatory orientation (tentatively scheduled for May 17, 2014; electronic/internet attendance options will be made available).  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

     

    Application Links:
  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 18, 2014 - Aug 7, 2014
    Location: San Bernardino, CA
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will receive 12-18 quarter credit units for this program. Classes take place from 8 AM to 10 PM Monday through Friday and 8 AM to 1 PM on Saturday.
    Textbook: Al-Kitab Fi Taallum AlArabiya, Part 3 (chapters 1-9)
    Course Details:

    Intensive Fourth-Year Arabic:  This program is geared for individuals who have had two years of university-level instruction in Arabic (i.e. four semesters or six quarters).  Students will receive credit for one full year of Arabic (i.e. 2 semesters or 3 quarters). Additional credits for Conversation, Calligraphy or Pronunciation may also be available. A placement test is required during program orientation.

    (Since most students at this level prefer to participate in the study abroad program, this class is tentative, subject to a minimum enrollment of 10 students.  Please indicate on your application if you are willing to study abroad if the Intensive Fourth-Year Arabic program is not available domestically. Students are highly encouraged to apply to the Study Abroad program in Amman, Jordan.)

    This program is both intensive and residential: i.e., students are strongly encouraged to live in the dorms to fully benefit from the immersion program. During the seven-week session, participants will complete the equivalent of one year of Beginning College Arabic. Students should expect to spend their week, Mondays through Fridays plus Saturday mornings, immersed in the program.  Adherence to the language pledge is required. Co-curricular activities, such as calligraphy, folk dancing and ethnic cooking, in addition to watching movies from the Arab world, listening to guest speakers, and participating in field trips enhance the more traditional classroom setting and build students' abilities to communicate in Arabic.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 nonrefundable deposit to reserve their space in the program plus a refundable $250 deposit for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc.  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

     

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program at California State University, San Bernardino and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  As the Arabs say, insha’Allah, this will be one of the most beneficial, memorable and rewarding learning experiences you have encountered at the university.  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

    Application Links:

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip

    http://flan.csusb.edu/slip/project-go

  • Arabic

    Advanced I | Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 24, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: California State University, San Bernardino
    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Students will be able to earn 12-18 quarter credit units for participation in the program. Classes are held at the Qasid Institute in Amman, Jordan. Direct instruction takes place approximately 4 hours per day, 5 days per week. A mandatory placement test determines student level. Additional electives are available for a fee. Students are encouraged to seek internship or volunteer opportunities in advance of their arrival in Jordan.
    Textbook: Varies, depending on placement level. Five levels of Arabic plus Classical and Colloquial Arabic courses available. A mandatory placement test determines student level.
    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    Note:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The first round of Project GO scholarships will be awarded after the initial application deadline of December 31, 2013.  Any new applications for Project GO scholarships received after December 31, 2013 will placed on a secondary waiting list, pending available funding. 

    All Project GO scholarship applicants will be required to pay a $250 deposit to reserve their space in the program.  Should they drop out of the program, this deposit is nonrefundable.  Upon completion of the program, the deposit is refundable minus any charges incurred for housing damages, lost keys or equipment, etc.  In most cases, the Project GO scholarship will cover tuition, program fee and housing in a single room.  In some cases, depending on the availability of funding, partial scholarships may be awarded in order to accommodate as many Project GO applicants as possible. 

     

    Apply by: December 31, 2013
    How to Apply:

    Applications are being accepted now.  Other scholarships may be available. Students can also check with their campus Financial Aid office to see if there is the possibility of support.

    The application deadline is December 31, 2013, with rolling admissions until classes are filled. Priority for admission and scholarships is given to early applicants. The selection committee will notify you of its final decision on or before February 1, 2014.  If accepted, you will receive a welcome package with instructions about how to prepare for the Arabic Summer Language Intensive program in Amman, Jordan, and instructions for mailing in the required forms and program deposit.  All participants are required to participate in the mandatory orientation (tentatively scheduled for May 17, 2014; electronic/internet attendance options will be made available).  

    Further information and application are on the website.  If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Georgia Pallas at slip@csusb.edu

     

    Application Links:
  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 2, 2014 - Aug 1, 2014
    Location: Bloomington, Indiana
    Sponsor: Indiana University
    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Class each week day: 8:30am – 12:30pm
    Language Tables: Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Textbook: Brustad, et al., Alif-Baa 3rd Edition
    Brustad, et al., Al-Kitaab 3rd Edition, Vol. 1
    Wehr, Hans, Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic 4th Edition
    Course Details:

    First year Arabic.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Workshop, including:

    • All tuition and fees based on language and level
    • On-campus housing for duration of 8 or 9 week program
    • A modest stipend to cover travel to, supplies for, and meals during the Workshop

    All terms and conditions related to the scholarship will be outlined in the scholarship offer letter.

    Contact Mitchell Farmer, IU Project GO Coordinator, at 812-855-6721 or rotcslcp@indiana.edu for more information.

    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    The priority application deadline is February 1, 2014. Applications received after that date will be reviewed on a rolling basis contingent on availability of funds.

    Students interested in applying for summer domestic study through IU Project GO should:

    1. Complete the online Workshop application for ROTC Students
      • Check the box indicating that you are an ROTC student and answer the supplemental questions.
    2. Mail official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended to the address below. Note: current or previous IU students do not need to submit IU transcripts.
    3. Submit a letter of recommendation from a member of your unit’s cadre.

    4. Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member (preferably one familiar with your language abilities).

    Letters of recommendation can be e-mailed to rotcslcp@indiana.edu or mailed to:

    IU Project GO
    Attn: Mitchell Farmer, Coordinator
    Indiana University
    1217 E Atwater Ave
    Bloomington, IN 47401-3703

    Application Links:

    http://www.indiana.edu/~swseel2/year2013/application.php?filter=rotcstudents

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 2, 2014 - Aug 1, 2014
    Location: Bloomington, Indiana
    Sponsor: Indiana University
    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: Class each week day: 8:30am – 12:30pm
    Language Tables: Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Textbook: Brustad, et al., Al-Kitaab 2nd Edition, Vol. 1
    Brustad, et al., Al-Kitaab 2nd Edition, Vol. 2
    Wehr, Hans, Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic 4th Edition
    Course Details:

    Second year Arabic.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Workshop, including:

    • All tuition and fees based on language and level
    • On-campus housing for duration of 8 or 9 week program
    • A modest stipend to cover travel to, supplies for, and meals during the Workshop

    All terms and conditions related to the scholarship will be outlined in the scholarship offer letter.

    Contact Mitchell Farmer, IU Project GO Coordinator, at 812-855-6721 or rotcslcp@indiana.edu for more information.

    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    The priority application deadline is February 1, 2014. Applications received after that date will be reviewed on a rolling basis contingent on availability of funds.

    Students interested in applying for summer domestic study through IU Project GO should:

    1. Complete the online Workshop application for ROTC Students
      • Check the box indicating that you are an ROTC student and answer the supplemental questions.
    2. Mail official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended to the address below. Note: current or previous IU students do not need to submit IU transcripts.
    3. Submit a letter of recommendation from a member of your unit’s cadre.

    4. Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member (preferably one familiar with your language abilities).

    Letters of recommendation can be e-mailed to rotcslcp@indiana.edu or mailed to:

    IU Project GO
    Attn: Mitchell Farmer, Coordinator
    Indiana University
    1217 E Atwater Ave
    Bloomington, IN 47401-3703

    Application Links:

    http://www.indiana.edu/~swseel2/year2013/application.php?filter=rotcstudents

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 2, 2014 - Aug 1, 2014
    Location: Bloomington, Indiana
    Sponsor: Indiana University
    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: Class each week day: 8:30am – 12:30pm
    Language Tables: Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Textbook: Brustad, et al., Al-Kitaab 2nd Edition, Vol. 2
    Wehr, Hans, Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic 4th Edition
    Course Details:

    Third year Arabic.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Workshop, including:

    • All tuition and fees based on language and level
    • On-campus housing for duration of 8 or 9 week program
    • A modest stipend to cover travel to, supplies for, and meals during the Workshop

    All terms and conditions related to the scholarship will be outlined in the scholarship offer letter.

    Contact Mitchell Farmer, IU Project GO Coordinator, at 812-855-6721 or rotcslcp@indiana.edu for more information.

    Apply by: February 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    The priority application deadline is February 1, 2014. Applications received after that date will be reviewed on a rolling basis contingent on availability of funds.

    Students interested in applying for summer domestic study through IU Project GO should:

    1. Complete the online Workshop application for ROTC Students
      • Check the box indicating that you are an ROTC student and answer the supplemental questions.
    2. Mail official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended to the address below. Note: current or previous IU students do not need to submit IU transcripts.

    3. Submit a letter of recommendation from a member of your unit’s cadre.

    4. Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member (preferably one familiar with your language abilities).

    Letters of recommendation can be e-mailed to rotcslcp@indiana.edu or mailed to:

    IU Project GO
    Attn: Mitchell Farmer, Coordinator
    Indiana University
    1217 E Atwater Ave
    Bloomington, IN 47401-3703

    Application Links:

    http://www.indiana.edu/~swseel2/year2013/application.php?filter=rotcstudents

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 12, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Marquette University
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Classes meet five hours per day, five days a week with approximately 3 hours of homework.
    Textbook: Alif Baa and Al Kitaab fii Taallum al Arabiyya by Brustad et.al.
    Course Details:

    Project GO-Jordan at Marquette University offers an eight-week summer intensive Arabic language program for students at all levels in Amman, Jordan.

    You will learn Arabic from some of the most respected language teachers in the area: from the Qasid Institute for Classical & Modern Standard Arabic. This eight-week program teaches Arabic in two four-week sessions. During each session, you will take one Modern Standard Arabic course and one colloquial Jordanian Arabic course. Classes meet five hours per day, Sunday through Thursday. In this intensive program, each session will cover the material typically presented in one semester on a U.S. campus.

    Students of all language levels are invited to participate in the program. No prior Arabic experience is necessary. Based on a placement test, you will enroll in the appropriate Arabic language level and earn 11-12 credits upon completion of the program. A Marquette academic director will be in Jordan to support you during the program. You will receive a Marquette University transcript, sent directly to your home institution. Transfer credit equivalencies for non-Marquette students will be determined by each student in collaboration with their home institution.

    Session 1  
    ARBCS 1002 Elementary Arabic 2 (4 cr.)
    ARBCS 2940 Jordanian Arabic (1 cr.)

    Session 2
    ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    ARBCS 1002 Elementary Arabic 2 introduces the Arabic alphabet and sound system forms. They will start developing their vocabulary, learn simple grammatical structures, and gradually listen to authentic and instructional materials that come with the textbook. The course will cover the material in Alif Baa and Al-Kitaab, Part One, Third Edition, Chapters 1-5.

    ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 consolidates material learned in Arabic 101, and introduces students to more advanced and more challenging linguistic and cultural material from Al-Kitaab, Part One, Third Edition, Chapters 6-13 as well as locally produced authentic materials.

    ARBCS 2940 & 3940 Jordanian Arabic introduces students to words, expressions, and structures used frequently in everyday life. By the end of the course, students are able to ask essential questions and understand the responses, express basic facts and opinions in simple sentences, and engage in basic conversations in Jordanian Arabic with native speakers.

    As an immersion program, you will live with local Arabic-speaking families and engage in experiential learning every day while gaining an insider perspective on local Jordanian culture. You will also have the opportunity to participate in guided historical and cultural site visits throughout Jordan including Jerash, Aljoun, Petra and the Wadi Rum. You will develop the important cross-cultural skills needed as an officer.

    You will participate in a comprehensive orientation prior to departure. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will attend an on-site orientation introducing you to the program, the city of Amman, and Jordanian culture. You will meet their host family and begin living with them on the first night.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    This scholarship covers tuition, airfare, room and board, health insurance, local transportation, books, transcripts, and cultural excursions in Jordan.

    Monetary Incentive: Check with your respective military branch to learn more about the financial benefits available for studying a critical language.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Application will be available December 1, 2013.

    Marquette uses an online study abroad system for the application process. When you log in to the system, you will be able to choose your program, see all requirements, upload documents and submit your application. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline has passed.

    Application requirements include:

    • Completed online application form
    • Motivation essays
    • Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one from your commander)
    • Official transcript (non-Marquette students only)
    Application Links:

    http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/applying.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 12, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Marquette University
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Classes meet five hours per day, five days a week with approximately 3 hours of homework.
    Textbook: Alif Baa and Al Kitaab fii Taallum al Arabiyya by Brustad et.al.
    Course Details:

    Project GO-Jordan at Marquette University offers an eight-week summer intensive Arabic language program for students at all levels in Amman, Jordan.

    You will learn Arabic from some of the most respected language teachers in the area: from the Qasid Institute for Classical & Modern Standard Arabic. This eight-week program teaches Arabic in two four-week sessions. During each session, you will take one Modern Standard Arabic course and one colloquial Jordanian Arabic course. Classes meet five hours per day, Sunday through Thursday. In this intensive program, each session will cover the material typically presented in one semester on a U.S. campus.

    Students of all language levels are invited to participate in the program. No prior Arabic experience is necessary. Based on a placement test, you will enroll in the appropriate Arabic language level and earn 11-12 credits upon completion of the program. A Marquette academic director will be in Jordan to support you during the program. You will receive a Marquette University transcript, sent directly to your home institution. Transfer credit equivalencies for non-Marquette students will be determined by each student in collaboration with their home institution.

    Session 1  
    ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    Session 2
    ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 consolidates material learned in the first level of Arabic, and introduces students to more advanced and more challenging linguistic and cultural material from Al-Kitaab, Part One, Chapters 6-13 as well as locally produced authentic materials.

    ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 is designed to reinforce all the linguistic skills at both the reception and production levels. Students will also get a wide exposure to many aspects of Arabic culture through integrated outings designed for them to practice Arabic language in genuine contexts. The material covered in this course is from Al-Kitaab Part One, Chapters 14-20.

    ARBCS 3940 & 4940 Jordanian Arabic introduces students to words, expressions, and structures used frequently in everyday life. By the end of the course, students are able to ask essential questions and understand the responses, express basic facts and opinions in simple sentences, and engage in basic conversations in Jordanian Arabic with native speakers.

    As an immersion program, you will live with local Arabic-speaking families and engage in experiential learning every day while gaining an insider perspective on local Jordanian culture. You will also have the opportunity to participate in guided historical and cultural site visits throughout Jordan including Jerash, Aljoun, Petra and the Wadi Rum. You will develop the important cross-cultural skills needed as an officer.

    You will participate in a comprehensive orientation prior to departure. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will attend an on-site orientation introducing you to the program, the city of Amman, and Jordanian culture. You will meet their host family and begin living with them on the first night.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    This scholarship covers tuition, airfare, room and board, health insurance, local transportation, books, transcripts, and cultural excursions in Jordan.

    Monetary Incentive: Check with your respective military branch to learn more about the financial benefits available for studying a critical language.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Application will be available December 1, 2013.

    Marquette uses an online study abroad system for the application process. When students log in to the system, they will be able to choose their program, see all requirements, upload documents and submit their application. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline has passed.

    Application requirements include:

    • Completed online application form
    • Motivation essay
    • Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one from your commander)
    • Official transcript (non-Marquette students only)
    Application Links:

    http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/applying.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 12, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Marquette University
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Classes meet five hours per day, five days a week with approximately 3 hours of homework.
    Textbook: Alif Baa and Al Kitaab fii Taallum al Arabiyya by Brustad et.al.
    Course Details:

    Project GO-Jordan at Marquette University offers an eight-week summer intensive Arabic language program for students at all levels in Amman, Jordan.

    You will learn Arabic from some of the most respected language teachers in the area: from the Qasid Institute for Classical & Modern Standard Arabic. This eight-week program teaches Arabic in two four-week sessions. During each session, you will take one Modern Standard Arabic course and one colloquial Jordanian Arabic course. Classes meet five hours per day, Sunday through Thursday. In this intensive program, each session will cover the material typically presented in one semester on a U.S. campus.

    Students of all language levels are invited to participate in the program. No prior Arabic experience is necessary. Based on a placement test, you will enroll in the appropriate Arabic language level and earn 11-12 credits upon completion of the program. A Marquette academic director will be in Jordan to support you during the program. You will receive a Marquette University transcript, sent directly to your home institution. Transfer credit equivalencies for non-Marquette students will be determined by each student in collaboration with their home institution.

    Session 1  
    ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    Session 2
    ARBCS 3001 Arabic Grammar (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 is designed to reinforce all the linguistic skills at both the reception and production levels. Students will also get a wide exposure to many aspects of Arabic culture through integrated outings designed for them to practice Arabic language in genuine contexts. The material covered in this course is from Al-Kitaab Part One, Second Edition, Chapters 14-20.

    ARBCS 3001 course objectives are seen in terms of students performing linguistic tasks successfully, gaining self-confidence, and expanding their risk-taking in real-life communicative situations. This course covers the material in Al-Kitaab, Part Two, Second Edition, Chapters 1-5.

    ARBCS 3940 & 4940 Jordanian Arabic introduces students to words, expressions, and structures used frequently in everyday life. By the end of the course, students are able to ask essential questions and understand the responses, express basic facts and opinions in simple sentences, and engage in conversations in Jordanian Arabic with native speakers.

    As an immersion program, you will live with local Arabic-speaking families and engage in experiential learning every day while gaining an insider perspective on local Jordanian culture. You will also have the opportunity to participate in guided historical and cultural site visits throughout Jordan including Jerash, Aljoun, Petra and the Wadi Rum. You will develop the important cross-cultural skills needed as an officer.

    You will participate in a comprehensive orientation prior to departure. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will attend an on-site orientation introducing you to the program, the city of Amman, and Jordanian culture. You will meet their host family and begin living with them on the first night.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    This scholarship covers tuition, airfare, room and board, health insurance, local transportation, books, transcripts, and cultural excursions in Jordan.

    Monetary Incentive: Check with your respective military branch to learn more about the financial benefits available for studying a critical language.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Application will be available December 1, 2013.

    Marquette uses an online study abroad system for the application process. When students log in to the system, they will be able to choose their program, see all requirements, upload documents and submit their application. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline has passed.

    Application requirements include:

    • Completed online application form
    • Motivation essay
    • Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one from your commander)
    • Official transcript (non-Marquette students only)
    Application Links:

    http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/applying.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 12, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Marquette University
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 12
    Classroom/Study Hours: Classes meet five hours per day, five days a week with approximately 3 hours of homework.
    Textbook: Alif Baa and Al Kitaab fii Taallum al Arabiyya by Brustad et.al.
    Course Details:

    Project GO-Jordan at Marquette University offers an eight-week summer intensive Arabic language program for students at all levels in Amman, Jordan.

    You will learn Arabic from some of the most respected language teachers in the area: from the Qasid Institute for Classical & Modern Standard Arabic. This eight-week program teaches Arabic in two four-week sessions. During each session, you will take one Modern Standard Arabic course and one colloquial Jordanian Arabic course. Classes meet five hours per day, Sunday through Thursday. In this intensive program, each session will cover the material typically presented in one semester on a U.S. campus.

    Students of all language levels are invited to participate in the program. No prior Arabic experience is necessary. Based on a placement test, you will enroll in the appropriate Arabic language level and earn 11-12 credits upon completion of the program. A Marquette academic director will be in Jordan to support you during the program. You will receive a Marquette University transcript, sent directly to your home institution. Transfer credit equivalencies for non-Marquette students will be determined by each student in collaboration with their home institution.

    Session 1  
    ARBCS 3001 Arabic Grammar (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    Session 2
    ARBCS 3002 Formal Spoken Arabic (3 cr.)
    ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)

    ARBCS 3001 course objectives are seen in terms of students performing linguistic tasks successfully, gaining self-confidence, and expanding their risk-taking in real-life communicative situations. This course covers the material in Al-Kitaab, Part Two, Second Edition, Chapters 1-5.

    ARBCS 3002 is designed to move learners from a stage where they have achieved the basic grammatical skills, to being able to use language in a wider cultural context. This course adopts a skill-based approach in which learners gain mastery of the language through the use of authentic materials taken from various sources. Encounters with Arab professionals and visits to relevant institutions will be integrated in the syllabus. This course covers the material in Al-Kitaab, Part Two, Second Edition, Chapters 6-10.

    ARBCS 3940 & 4940 Jordanian Arabic introduces students to words, expressions, and structures used frequently in everyday life. By the end of the course, students are able to ask essential questions and understand the responses, express basic facts and opinions in simple sentences, and engage in conversations in Jordanian Arabic with native speakers.

    As an immersion program, you will live with local Arabic-speaking families and engage in experiential learning every day while gaining an insider perspective on local Jordanian culture. You will also have the opportunity to participate in guided historical and cultural site visits throughout Jordan including Jerash, Aljoun, Petra and the Wadi Rum. You will develop the important cross-cultural skills needed as an officer.

    You will participate in a comprehensive orientation prior to departure. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will attend an on-site orientation introducing you to the program, the city of Amman, and Jordanian culture. You will meet their host family and begin living with them on the first night.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    This scholarship covers tuition, airfare, room and board, health insurance, local transportation, books, transcripts, and cultural excursions in Jordan.

    Monetary Incentive: Check with your respective military branch to learn more about the financial benefits available for studying a critical language.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Application will be available December 1, 2013.

    Marquette uses an online study abroad system for the application process. When students log in to the system, they will be able to choose their program, see all requirements, upload documents and submit their application. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline has passed.

    Application requirements include:

    • Completed online application form
    • Motivation essay
    • Two letters of recommendation (one academic, one from your commander)
    • Official transcript (non-Marquette students only)
    Application Links:

    http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/applying.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | May 14, 2014 - Jun 25, 2014
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Sponsor: North Carolina State University
    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Course Details:

    Elementary Arabic (FLA 101/102, FL 295-001/2, 8 credits for 6 weeks). The 100 level classes are intensive language and culture courses. They consist of daily instruction from 8-11:30 am and a 295 level practicum  from 1-3:30 pm.  The morning classes consist of language instruction with highly qualified instructors and the afternoon practicum  is a combination of cultural instruction by native language guest speakers, films, role-playing, and other multi-media resources.

    There is a mandatory orientation meeting prior to the start of the courses and an end-of- session ceremony.

    All ROTC students, regardless of scholarship status, will receive in-state tuition rates.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Scholarships available for all-services of ROTC students through the Project GO grant, see http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu.  Also, contracted ROTC cadets may be eligible for additional  bonus pay for the successful completion of  critical language and culture credits.  This bonus is paid through their ROTC department and their military branch of service.

    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Scholarship Application Deadline:  January 17, 2014  Please see Project GO-NCSU's website at http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu for detailed information about applying and the scholarship application form.  Please direct any questions to:

    Mrs. Shanna Collier-Ratashak, Project GO-NCSU, Project Manager, at seratash@ncsu.edu or 919-267-6343 or

    Dr. Dwight Stephens, Project GO-NCSU, Director, at dstephens@ncsu.edu

     

    Application Links:

    Please go to http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu and click on the application link.

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | May 14, 2014 - Jun 25, 2014
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Sponsor: North Carolina State University
    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Course Details:

    Intermediate Arabic (FLA 201/202, FL 295-001/2, 8 credits for 6 weeks). The 200 level classes are intensive language and culture courses. They consist of daily instruction from 8-11:30 am and a 295 level practicum  from 1-3:30 pm.  The morning classes consist of language instruction with highly qualified instructors and the afternoon practicum  is a combination of cultural instruction by native language guest speakers, films, role-playing, and other multi-media resources.

    There is a mandatory orientation meeting prior to the start of the courses and an end-of- session ceremony.

    All ROTC students, regradless of scholarship status, will receive in-state tuition rates.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Scholarships available for all-services of ROTC students through the Project GO grant, see http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu.  Also, contracted ROTC cadets may be eligible for additional  bonus pay for the successful completion of  critical language and culture credits.  This bonus is paid through their ROTC department and their military branch of service.

    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Scholarship Application Deadline:  Januaury 17, 2014.  Please see Project GO-NCSU's website at http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu for detailed information about appllying and the scholarship application form. Please direct any questions to:

    Mrs. Shanna Collier-Ratashak, Project GO-NCSU – Project Manager, at seratash@ncsu.edu or 919-267-6343 or

    Dr. Dwight Stephens, Project GO-NCSU - Director, at dstephens@ncsu.edu

     

    Application Links:

    Please go to http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu and click on the application link.

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 18, 2014 - Aug 15, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: North Carolina State University
    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: All instruction will be conducted through the QASID Arabic Institute.
    Students will meet 4 hours a day/5 days a week. There will be approximately 160 contact hours. All courses are taught in Arabic.
    Textbook: Al-Kitaab series for lower levels of Modern Standard Arabic. Specifically designed curriculum for upper levels.
    Course Details:

    Students will be tested upon arrival and placed according to their skill as determined by the Qasid Arabic Instituite.

    In addition to scheduled classroom learning, there will be 3 cultural trips including 1 overnight trip to Petra.

    Program Housing is in apartments with other students, arranged by Qasid, 4-5 students per apartment, roommate requests are available.

     

     

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to International Location of Study (partial)
    Note:

    Dates of program are still tentative at this time.  However, the general time frame of the trip should be the same with the potential of the departure date and/or return date moving either earlier or later by 1-3 days.

    For further information about the Qasid Arabic Institutute, go to www.qasid.com 

    Apply by: January 17, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Pre-requisites include: Arabic 101/102 and an Arabic instrustor recommendation. 

    ONLY ONE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION IS INITIALLY DUE! IF YOU ARE SELECTED FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO COMPLETE AN ADDITIONAL APPLICATION FOR THE STUDY ABROAD OFFICE PRIOR TO REGISTRATION.

    DEADLINE: Friday, January 17, 2014 

     

    Application Links:

    For application: Go to the Project GO- NCSU website at http://gold.chass.ncsu.edu

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | May 15, 2014 - Jul 11, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Northeastern University
    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 120 hours of formal Arabic language instruction over 8 weeks, approx. 90 hours of which is Levantine dialect and 30 hours of fusHa/MSA.

    In addition to the 16 hours per week in a classroom setting, you will have another 4-8 hours per week speaking with your host family and a Jordanian language partner.

    Each week, you will have another 4-6 hours of cultural activities, tours, and/or lectures (history, politics, foreign policy, security affairs).
    Textbook: al-Kitaab, plus Jordanian dialect materials
    (bring your own al-Kitaab; Jordanian materials will be given to you in Amman)
    Course Details:

    Located in the Abdoun area of Amman, Northeastern University’s Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan offers intensive language study and a hands-on immersion experience in Jordanian language, culture, history, politics, and society.

    Applicants MUST have completed at least one semester of Modern Standard Arabic by May 2014. Students will study both Levantine (Jordanian) Colloquial Arabic and fus’Ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at SIT/World Learning, a leading American non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in cross-cultural education and training in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.  http://www.sit.edu/

    This program will give students a unique immersion in the language, history, and culture of one of the Arab world’s most strategically important countries, one that is especially important to U.S. National Interests related to the "Arab Spring", the Syrian crisis, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Iraq, Gulf security, and more.  

     

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    "Acceptance guarantees full funding" - Northeastern's Project GO offers at least 10 fully funded scholarships for the Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan.  We also can accept additional students who are self-funded, through other grants or other Project GO sources.

    Selection is very competitive. Cadets who are not awarded a scholarship, but meet the standards of acceptance, are welcome to attend our program as self-funded students.

    The following expenses are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition for 8 credits, Northeastern University
    • Housing in Amman (students live in homestays, arranged by SIT)
    • Roundtrip airfare from Boston to Amman (or equivalent airfare, up to $1,500)
    • Cultural excursions in/around Jordan (Dead Sea, Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, Mujib nature preserve, Dana nature preserve, Jerash, the Badia [Bedouin regions of Jordan])
    • A meal stipend, which should cover nearly all meals for 8 weeks
    • Mobile phone and Jordanian phone number
    • Health insurance and emergency evacuation insurance 
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students toured U.S. and Jordanian military bases; we will work to achieve this tour again.
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students visited Cairo, Egypt for 6 days; we will do so again in 2014 if security allows.

    The following expenses related to Northeastern in Amman are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Visa fees ($22 for US passports)
    • Excess baggage fees
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • gym membership (available near SIT office/classroom)

     

    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Apply by: January 30, 2014

    Priority deadline: December 15, 2013 (early applicants receive first consideration for funding)

    For further information, please contact Prof. Denis Sullivan, d.sullivan@neu.edu 

    Application Links:

    Download the PDF application included below to your computer (do not fill it out in your browser)

    1. Fill out the form (MAC users - do not use Preview to fill out the form, use Adobe Acrobat Reader instead)
    2. Save the form on your computer
    3. Email along with a letter of recommendation from your ROTC commander and unofficial transcript to d.sullivan@neu.edu or fax to 617-373-5367.

    You should receive a confirmation of your submission from Dr. Sullivan in 48 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation email, email Prof. Sullivan directly at d.sullivan@neu.edu and make sure he received your submission.

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | May 15, 2014 - Jul 11, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Northeastern University
    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 120 hours of formal Arabic language instruction over 8 weeks, approx. 90 hours of which is Levantine dialect and 30 hours of fusHa/MSA.

    In addition to the 16 hours per week in a classroom setting, you will have another 4-8 hours per week speaking with your host family and a Jordanian language partner.

    Each week, you will have another 4-6 hours of cultural activities, tours, and/or lectures (history, politics, foreign policy, security affairs).
    Textbook: al-Kitaab, plus Jordanian dialect materials
    (bring your own al-Kitaab; Jordanian materials will be given to you in Amman)
    Course Details:

    Located in the Abdoun area of Amman, Northeastern University’s Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan offers intensive language study and a hands-on immersion experience in Jordanian language, culture, history, politics, and society.

    Applicants MUST have completed at least TWO semesters of Modern Standard Arabic by May 2014. Students will study both Levantine (Jordanian) Colloquial Arabic and fus’Ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at SIT/World Learning, a leading American non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in cross-cultural education and training in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.  http://www.sit.edu/

    This program will give students a unique immersion in the language, history, and culture of one of the Arab world’s most strategically important countries, one that is especially important to U.S. National Interests related to the "Arab Spring", the Syrian crisis, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Iraq, Gulf security, and more.  

     

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    "Acceptance guarantees full funding" - Northeastern's Project GO offers at least 10 fully funded scholarships for the Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan.  We also can accept additional students who are self-funded, through other grants or other Project GO sources.

    Selection is very competitive. Cadets who are not awarded a scholarship, but meet the standards of acceptance, are welcome to attend our program as self-funded students.

    The following expenses are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition for 8 credits, Northeastern University
    • Housing in Amman (students live in homestays, arranged by SIT)
    • Roundtrip airfare from Boston to Amman (or equivalent airfare, up to $1,500)
    • Cultural excursions in/around Jordan (Dead Sea, Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, Mujib nature preserve, Dana nature preserve, Jerash, the Badia [Bedouin regions of Jordan])
    • A meal stipend, which should cover nearly all meals for 8 weeks
    • Mobile phone and Jordanian phone number
    • Health insurance and emergency evacuation insurance 
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students toured U.S. and Jordanian military bases; we will work to achieve this tour again.
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students visited Cairo, Egypt for 6 days; we will do so again in 2014 if security allows.

    The following expenses related to Northeastern in Amman are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Visa fees ($22 for US passports)
    • Excess baggage fees
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • gym membership (available near SIT office/classroom)

     

    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Apply by: January 30, 2014

    Priority deadline: December 15, 2013 (early applicants receive first consideration for funding)

    For further information, please contact Prof. Denis Sullivan, d.sullivan@neu.edu 

    Application Links:

    Download the PDF application included below to your computer (do not fill it out in your browser)

    1. Fill out the form (MAC users - do not use Preview to fill out the form, use Adobe Acrobat Reader instead)
    2. Save the form on your computer
    3. Email along with a letter of recommendation from your ROTC commander and unofficial transcript to d.sullivan@neu.edu or fax to 617-373-5367.

    You should receive a confirmation of your submission from Dr. Sullivan in 48 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation email, email Prof. Sullivan directly at d.sullivan@neu.edu and make sure he received your submission.

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | May 15, 2014 - Jul 11, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Northeastern University
    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 120 hours of formal Arabic language instruction over 8 weeks, approx. 90 hours of which is Levantine dialect and 30 hours of fusHa/MSA.

    In addition to the 16 hours per week in a classroom setting, you will have another 4-8 hours per week speaking with your host family and a Jordanian language partner.

    Each week, you will have another 4-6 hours of cultural activities, tours, and/or lectures (history, politics, foreign policy, security affairs).
    Textbook: al-Kitaab, plus Jordanian dialect materials
    (bring your own al-Kitaab; Jordanian materials will be given to you in Amman)
    Course Details:

    Located in the Abdoun area of Amman, Northeastern University’s Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan offers intensive language study and a hands-on immersion experience in Jordanian language, culture, history, politics, and society.

    Applicants MUST have completed at least FOUR semesters of Modern Standard Arabic by May 2014. Students will study both Levantine (Jordanian) Colloquial Arabic and fus’Ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at SIT/World Learning, a leading American non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in cross-cultural education and training in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.  http://www.sit.edu/

    This program will give students a unique immersion in the language, history, and culture of one of the Arab world’s most strategically important countries, one that is especially important to U.S. National Interests related to the "Arab Spring", the Syrian crisis, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Iraq, Gulf security, and more.  

     

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    "Acceptance guarantees full funding" - Northeastern's Project GO offers at least 10 fully funded scholarships for the Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan.  We also can accept additional students who are self-funded, through other grants or other Project GO sources.

    Selection is very competitive. Cadets who are not awarded a scholarship, but meet the standards of acceptance, are welcome to attend our program as self-funded students.

    The following expenses are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition for 8 credits, Northeastern University
    • Housing in Amman (students live in homestays, arranged by SIT)
    • Roundtrip airfare from Boston to Amman (or equivalent airfare, up to $1,500)
    • Cultural excursions in/around Jordan (Dead Sea, Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, Mujib nature preserve, Dana nature preserve, Jerash, the Badia [Bedouin regions of Jordan])
    • A meal stipend, which should cover nearly all meals for 8 weeks
    • Mobile phone and Jordanian phone number
    • Health insurance and emergency evacuation insurance 
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students toured U.S. and Jordanian military bases; we will work to achieve this tour again.
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students visited Cairo, Egypt for 6 days; we will do so again in 2014 if security allows.

    The following expenses related to Northeastern in Amman are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Visa fees ($22 for US passports)
    • Excess baggage fees
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • gym membership (available near SIT office/classroom)

     

    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Apply by: January 30, 2014

    Priority deadline: December 15, 2013 (early applicants receive first consideration for funding)

    For further information, please contact Prof. Denis Sullivan, d.sullivan@neu.edu 

    Application Links:

    Download the PDF application included below to your computer (do not fill it out in your browser)

    1. Fill out the form (MAC users - do not use Preview to fill out the form, use Adobe Acrobat Reader instead)
    2. Save the form on your computer
    3. Email along with a letter of recommendation from your ROTC commander and unofficial transcript to d.sullivan@neu.edu or fax to 617-373-5367.

    You should receive a confirmation of your submission from Dr. Sullivan in 48 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation email, email Prof. Sullivan directly at d.sullivan@neu.edu and make sure he received your submission.

  • Arabic

    Advanced I | May 15, 2014 - Jul 11, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan
    Sponsor: Northeastern University
    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 120 hours of formal Arabic language instruction over 8 weeks, approx. 90 hours of which is Levantine dialect and 30 hours of fusHa/MSA.

    In addition to the 16 hours per week in a classroom setting, you will have another 4-8 hours per week speaking with your host family and a Jordanian language partner.

    Each week, you will have another 4-6 hours of cultural activities, tours, and/or lectures (history, politics, foreign policy, security affairs).
    Textbook: al-Kitaab, plus Jordanian dialect materials
    (bring your own al-Kitaab; Jordanian materials will be given to you in Amman)
    Course Details:

    Located in the Abdoun area of Amman, Northeastern University’s Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan offers intensive language study and a hands-on immersion experience in Jordanian language, culture, history, politics, and society.

    Applicants MUST have completed at least FIVE semesters of Modern Standard Arabic by May 2014. Students will study both Levantine (Jordanian) Colloquial Arabic and fus’Ha (Modern Standard Arabic) at SIT/World Learning, a leading American non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in cross-cultural education and training in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.  http://www.sit.edu/

    This program will give students a unique immersion in the language, history, and culture of one of the Arab world’s most strategically important countries, one that is especially important to U.S. National Interests related to the "Arab Spring", the Syrian crisis, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Iraq, Gulf security, and more.  

     

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    "Acceptance guarantees full funding" - Northeastern's Project GO offers at least 10 fully funded scholarships for the Arabic Language and Cultural Engagement Program in Jordan.  We also can accept additional students who are self-funded, through other grants or other Project GO sources.

    Selection is very competitive. Cadets who are not awarded a scholarship, but meet the standards of acceptance, are welcome to attend our program as self-funded students.

    The following expenses are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition for 8 credits, Northeastern University
    • Housing in Amman (students live in homestays, arranged by SIT)
    • Roundtrip airfare from Boston to Amman (or equivalent airfare, up to $1,500)
    • Cultural excursions in/around Jordan (Dead Sea, Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, Mujib nature preserve, Dana nature preserve, Jerash, the Badia [Bedouin regions of Jordan])
    • A meal stipend, which should cover nearly all meals for 8 weeks
    • Mobile phone and Jordanian phone number
    • Health insurance and emergency evacuation insurance 
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students toured U.S. and Jordanian military bases; we will work to achieve this tour again.
    • In 2013, Northeastern Project GO students visited Cairo, Egypt for 6 days; we will do so again in 2014 if security allows.

    The following expenses related to Northeastern in Amman are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Visa fees ($22 for US passports)
    • Excess baggage fees
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • gym membership (available near SIT office/classroom)

     

    Apply by: January 30, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Apply by: January 30, 2014

    Priority deadline: December 15, 2013 (early applicants receive first consideration for funding)

    For further information, please contact Prof. Denis Sullivan, d.sullivan@neu.edu 

    Application Links:

    Download the PDF application included below to your computer (do not fill it out in your browser)

    1. Fill out the form (MAC users - do not use Preview to fill out the form, use Adobe Acrobat Reader instead)
    2. Save the form on your computer
    3. Email along with a letter of recommendation from your ROTC commander and unofficial transcript to d.sullivan@neu.edu or fax to 617-373-5367.

    You should receive a confirmation of your submission from Dr. Sullivan in 48 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation email, email Prof. Sullivan directly at d.sullivan@neu.edu and make sure he received your submission.

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | May 28, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: San Diego, CA
    Sponsor: San Diego State University
    Apply by: January 20, 2014
    Credits Offered: 16
    Classroom/Study Hours: 25 classroom hours/week; 15 hours/week afternoon activities and self-study
    Textbook: 1) "Alif Baa-Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds" By Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, Abbas Al-Tonsi
    2) Arabic Language through Dialog I Textbook Author: Hanada Taha-Thomure & Youniss Elcheddadi
    3)Arabic Language through Dialog II Textbook Author: Hanada Taha-Thomure & Youniss Elcheddadi
    **Course materials are subject to change**
    Course Details:

    Arabic Beginner I - Beginner II
    This intensive 16-units course will help students develop novice & intermediate level skills in Arabic speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Through the use of authentic materials the students will be exposed to a wide variety of topics including basic academic and cultural knowledge. There are no prerequisites for this course.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Project GO at SDSU pays for:

    Tuition, course materials, lodging and living stipend scholarships for all ROTC Students (Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy) contracted or non-contracted. 

    Please note that the living stipend support is not intended to be comprehensive of all living costs a program participant may incur. Rather, it is designed to help offset a portion of those costs. 

    All participants are required to live in double occupancy room apartments on SDSU campus (San Diego residents living around campus or driving distance of less than 10 miles are exempt). A dining hall 'off-campus apartment meal plan' is also available to you, at your own expense.

    Students accepted to the program are responsible for the following refundable security deposits:

    1- On-campus apartment security deposit (potentially refunded by building management, according to apartment condition upon move-out)

    2- $300 program security deposit (To hold your spot once accepted) - Refund at the end of the program

     

    Apply by: January 20, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Arabic Beginner I - Beginner II

    SDSU LARC summer intensive course offerings cover the equivalent of 4 semesters of coursework, or 16 units covered from late May through mid-August by participating in both summer sessions consecutively.

    Students able to dedicate the entire summer can apply by going to http://larc.sdsu.edu/rotc/ and fill out the application form. Application forms will be available online from October 30, 2013 to January 20, 2014. There is a higher chance to receive scholarships for qualified applicants who submit their applications early.

     

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 8, 2014 - Aug 2, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan (Colloquial Jordanian Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 hours in class per week, 4 hours per day from Sunday - Thursday. In class instruction varies between speaking, listening, and grammar. Students are assigned a "speaking partner" from a local university, with whom they spend between 2-3 hours a week.
    Textbook: Materials provided in Amman by language institute.
    Course Details:

    Beginner Levantine Arabic - Colloquial Jordanian dialect. UA Course equivalent ARB 424A/B.

    Located in the Jordanian capital of Amman, this course is part of an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program.

    This is a beginner course in Jordanian colloquial Arabic, the spoken language of the greater Levant- including Jordan, Palestine, Syria, and Lebanon. This course relies on extensive oral drill with emphasis on the acquisition of facility in normal conversation and comprehension. Taking place in a native Arabic speaking country, this course represents only the formal instructional aspect of the immersion.

    Students are also assigned a local student as a language partner and cultural liaison.

    Prerequisite is at least one semester of MSA, equivalent to ARB 101.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Project GO offers 11 funded scholarships for the Arizona in Jordan program. Located in the Jordanian capital of Amman, the program is an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program with courses offered in Modern Standard Arabic or Colloquial Jordanian dialect. Arizona in Jordan also offers courses in Middle Eastern Studies and Political Science. Interested ROTC students can view the Arizona in Jordan program website for additional details on non-language courses.

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • $80 fee to register with the Study Abroad office
    • Choice of furnished apartment or homestay with a Jordanian family
    • Partial board on excursions
    • Airfare expenses (up to $1,840)
    • Transfer between Amman airport and housing upon arrival/departure
    • Health insurance
    • Arabic course materials/textbooks
    • Cultural excursions

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals while in Amman
    • Visa fees
    • Excess baggage fees
    • $60 application fee
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • Internet/Wi-Fi access in housing
    • Textbooks for non-language courses
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer in Jordan website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 9, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Tucson, Arizona (Modern Standard Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 10
    Classroom/Study Hours: Days/Times: Monday - Friday 8:30AM-12:30PM
    20 hours in class per week, with an estimated 20 additional hours of self-study per week. Students are assigned a personal tutor to help them outside class.
    Textbook: Alif Baa & Al-Kitaab Part 1
    Course Details:

    First Year Modern Standard Arabic. UA Course equivalent ARB 101/102.

    UA's School of Middle East and North African Studies (MENAS) runs the summer Arabic program at UA, drawing on the professionalism of excellent native speaking instructors with expertise in second language acquisition and pedagogy. The course runs from June 9, 2014 to August 14, 2014.There is a short 3-day class break between sessions from July 11 - 13, during which time students may participate in cultural activities.

    Textbooks used are Alif Baa and Al-Kitaab Part 1, paid for by Project GO scholarship and available on arrival to class.

    This is an intense introductory course to Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), with emphasis on developing the major language skills - reading, listening, writing, and speaking.

    There is an added component to teach students to type in Arabic.

    No Arabic prerequisite required.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Note:

    Project GO offers 6 funded scholarships for ROTC students to study Arabic at the University of Arizona in Tucson. UA's School of Middle East and North African Studies (MENAS) runs the summer Arabic program at UA from June 9, 2014 to August 14, 2014. There is a short 3-day class break between sessions from July 11 - 13, during which time students may participate in cultural activities. Courses are offered in Modern Standard Arabic for first year and second year students of Arabic. 

    Accepted ROTC students receive a $1,600 stipend to cover housing, airfare, and other expenses at the discretion of the student. Housing options will be made available.

    The following expenses related to summer Arabic at UA are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $1,600 stipend to be spent on housing, airfare, and other expenses
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • Language textbooks
    • Cultural activities
    • Transfer between the Tucson airport and UA campus upon arrival/departure

    The following expenses related to summer Arabic at UA are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals (except for final dinner)
    • Health insurance
    • $60 application fee
    • Parking on UA campus
    • Other expenses in excess of the $1,600 stipend
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer Arabic at UA website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 8, 2014 - Aug 2, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan (Colloquial Jordanian Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 hours in class per week, 4 hours per day from Sunday - Thursday. In class instruction varies between speaking, listening, and grammar. Students are also assigned a "speaking partner" from a local university, with whom they spend between 2-3 hours a week.
    Textbook: Materials provided in Amman by language institute.
    Course Details:

    Intermediate Levantine Arabic - Colloquial Jordanian dialect. UA Course equivalent ARB 484A/B.

    Located in the Jordanian capital of Amman, this course is part of an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program.

    This is an intermediate course in Jordanian colloquial Arabic, the spoken language of the greater Levant- including Jordan, Palestine, Syria, and Lebanon. This course relies on extensive oral drill with emphasis on the acquisition of facility in normal conversation and comprehension. Taking place in a native Arabic speaking country, this course represents only the formal instructional aspect of the immersion.

    Students are also assigned a local student at as a language partner and cultural liaison.

    Prerequisite is at least one semester of MSA, equivalent to ARB 101, and Beginner Levantine Arabic, equivalent to ARB 424A & B.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Project GO offers 11 funded scholarships for the Arizona in Jordan program. Located in the Jordanian capital of Amman, the program is an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program with courses offered in Modern Standard Arabic or Colloquial Jordanian dialect. Arizona in Jordan also offers courses in Middle Eastern Studies. Interested ROTC students can view the Arizona in Jordan program website for additional details on non-language courses.

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • $80 fee to register with the Study Abroad office
    • Choice of furnished apartment or homestay with a Jordanian family
    • Partial board on excursions
    • Airfare expenses (up to $1,840)
    • Transfer between Amman airport and housing upon arrival/departure
    • Health insurance
    • Arabic course materials/textbooks
    • Cultural excursions

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals while in Amman
    • Visa fees
    • Excess baggage fees
    • $60 application fee
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • Internet/Wi-Fi access in housing
    • Textbooks for non-language courses
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer in Jordan website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 8, 2014 - Aug 2, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan (Modern Standard Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 hours in class per week, 4 hours per day from Sunday - Thursday. In class instruction varies between speaking, listening, and grammar. Students are assigned a local "speaking partner" from a local university, with whom they spend between 2-3 hours a week.
    Textbook: Al Kitaab part 2
    Course Details:

    Second Year Modern Standard Arabic. UA Course equivalent ARB 401/402.

    Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, this course is part of an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program.

    This is an intense intermediate course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), with emphasis on further developing the major language skills - reading, listening, writing, and speaking. This course covers a student's second year langauge requirement.

    Students are also assigned a local student as a language partner and cultural liaison.

    Prerequisite is completion of first year MSA, equivalent to ARB 101/102.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Project GO offers 11 funded scholarships for the Arizona in Jordan program. Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, the program is an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program with courses offered in Modern Standard Arabic or Colloquial Jordanian dialect. Arizona in Jordan also offers courses in Middle Eastern Studies. Interested ROTC students can view the Arizona in Jordan program website for additional details on non-language courses.

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • $80 fee to register with the Study Abroad office
    • Choice of furnished apartment or homestay with Jordanian family
    • Partial board on excursions
    • Airfare expenses (up to $1,840)
    • Transfer between Amman airport and housing upon arrival/departure
    • Health insurance
    • Cultural excursions

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals while in Amman
    • Visa fees
    • Excess baggage fees
    • $60 application fee
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • Internet/Wi-Fi access in housing
    • Arabic course materials/textbooks
    • Textbooks for non-language courses
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer in Jordan website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 9, 2014 - Aug 13, 2014
    Location: Tucson, Arizona (Modern Standard Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Days/Times: Monday - Friday 8:30-12:30.
    20 hours per week in class, with an estimated 20 additional hours per week of self-study. Students are assigned a personal tutor to help them outside class.
    Textbook: Al-Kitaab Part 2
    Course Details:

    Second Year Modern Standard Arabic. UA Course equivalent ARB 401/402

    UA's School of Middle East and North African Studies (MENAS) runs the summer Arabic program at UA, drawing on the professionalism of excellent native speaking instructors with expertise in second language acquisition and pedagogy. The course runs from June 9, 2014 to August 13, 2013.There is a short 3-day class break between sessions from July 11 - 13, during which time students may participate in cultural activities.

    Textbook used is Al-Kitaab Part 2, paid for by Project GO scholarship and available on arrival to class.

    This is an intense intermediate course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), with emphasis on further developing the major language skills - reading, listening, writing, and speaking.This course covers a student's second year langauge requirement.

    There is an added component to teach students to type in Arabic.

    Prerequisite is completion of first year MSA, equivalent to ARB 101/102.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Note:

    Project GO offers 6 funded scholarships for ROTC students to study Arabic at the University of Arizona in Tucson. UA's School of Middle East and North African Studies (MENAS) runs the summer Arabic program at UA from June 9, 2014 to August 13, 2014. There is a short 3-day class break between sessions from July 11 - 13, during which time students may participate in cultural activities. Courses are offered in Modern Standard Arabic for first year and second year students of Arabic. 

    Accepted ROTC students receive a $1,600 stipend to cover housing, airfare, and other expenses at the discretion of the student. Housing options will be made available.

    The following expenses related to summer Arabic at UA are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $1,600 stipend to be spent on housing, airfare, and other expenses
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • Language textbooks
    • Cultural activities
    • Transfer between the Tucson airport and UA campus upon arrival/departure

    The following expenses related to summer Arabic at UA are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals (except for final dinner)
    • Health insurance
    • $60 application fee
    • Parking on UA campus
    • Other expenses in excess of the $1,600 stipend
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer Arabic at UA website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 8, 2014 - Aug 2, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan (Modern Standard Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 hours in class per week, 4 hours per day from Sunday - Thursday. In class instruction varies between speaking, listening, and grammar. There is an estimated additional 20 hours of self-study per week. Students are assigned a "speaking partner" from a local university, with whom they spend between 2-3 hours a week.
    Textbook: Modern Standard Arabic (Dickins and Watson)
    Course Details:

    Third Year Modern Standard Arabic. UA Course equivalent ARB 405/406

    Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, this course is part of an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program.

    This is an intense advanced course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), with emphasis on further developing the major language skills - reading, listening, writing, and speaking. This course covers a student's third year langauge requirement.

    Students are also assigned a local university student as a language partner and cultural liaison.

    Prerequisite is completion of second year MSA, equivalent to ARB 401/402.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Project GO offers 11 funded scholarships for the Arizona in Jordan program. Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, the program is an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program with courses offered in Modern Standard Arabic or Colloquial Jordanian dialect. Arizona in Jordan also offers courses in Middle Eastern Studies. Interested ROTC students can view the Arizona in Jordan program website for additional details on non-language courses.

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • $80 fee to register with the Study Abroad office
    • Choice of furnished apartment or homestay with Jordanian family
    • Partial board on excursions
    • Airfare expenses (up to $1,840)
    • Transfer between Amman airport and housing upon arrival/departure
    • Health insurance
    • Cultural excursions

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals while in Amman
    • Visa fees
    • Excess baggage fees
    • $60 application fee
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • Internet/Wi-Fi access in housing
    • Arabic course materials/textbooks
    • Textbooks for non-language courses
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer in Jordan website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 8, 2014 - Aug 2, 2014
    Location: Amman, Jordan (Modern Standard Arabic)
    Sponsor: University of Arizona
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    Credits Offered: 6
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 hours in class per week, 4 hours per day from Sunday - Thursday. In class instruction varies between speaking, listening, and grammar. There is an estimated additional 20 hours of self-study per week. Students are assigned a "speaking partner" from a local university, with whom they spend between 2-3 hours a week.
    Textbook: Modern Standard Arabic (Dickins and Watson)
    Course Details:

    Fourth Year Modern Standard Arabic. UA Course equivalent ARB 407/408.

    Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, this course is part of an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program.

    This is an intense advanced course in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), with emphasis on further developing the major language skills - reading, listening, writing, and speaking. This course covers a student's fourth year langauge requirement.

    Students are also assigned a local university student as a language partner and cultural liaison.

    Prerequisite is completion of third year MSA, equivalent to ARB 405/406.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Acceptance into this program guarantees scholarship funding.

    Note:

    Project GO offers 11 funded scholarships for the Arizona in Jordan program. Located in the Jordanian capital Amman, the program is an 8-week intensive Arabic immersion program with courses offered in Modern Standard Arabic or Colloquial Jordanian dialect. Arizona in Jordan also offers courses in Middle Eastern Studies. Interested ROTC students can view the Arizona in Jordan program website for additional details on non-language courses.

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Tuition
    • $65 fee to register as a UA Non-degree seeking student (N/A for UA students)
    • $80 fee to register with the Study Abroad office
    • Choice of furnished apartment or homestay with Jordanian family
    • Partial board on excursions
    • Airfare expenses (up to $1,840)
    • Transfer between Amman airport and housing upon arrival/departure
    • Health insurance
    • Cultural excursions

    The following expenses related to Arizona in Jordan are not covered by Project GO scholarships:

    • Meals while in Amman
    • Visa fees
    • Excess baggage fees
    • $60 application fee
    • Vaccinations or immunizations
    • International phone calls
    • Internet/Wi-Fi access in housing
    • Arabic course materials/textbooks
    • Textbooks for non-language courses
    Apply by: February 12, 2014
    How to Apply:

    To apply, you must first visit the Project GO Summer in Jordan website and take the eligibility survey found there.

    Applicants must take the survey to determine they are eligible. The application for this program is only available to eligible students with a completed survey on file. If you are deemed eligible, the UA Project GO office will send you a link to the application by email.

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 3, 2014 - Jul 25, 2014
    Location: Lawrence, Kansas
    Sponsor: University of Kansas
    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 10
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 classroom hours per week; 20 hours self-study per week, 1 on 1 tutoring provided.
    Textbook: Brustad, K. et al. Al-Kitaab fii Tacallum al-cArabiyya - A Textbook for Beginning Arabic: Parts 1-2. 3rd Edition.
    Course Details:

    Five hours of class per week. Basic level of oral fluency and aural comprehension. Vocabulary acquisition, pronunciation, grammar, and writing. Reading of simple texts. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. 

    MTWR   08:00 -12:40 PM 

     

    In addition to classes, participants will receive:

    • airport pick-up (if necessary) 
    • campus orientation
    • orientation to downtown 
    • tutors will be provided 
    • some group cultural activities will be provided 
    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Project Go scholarships will cover the cost of course tuition for both in-state and out-of-state students, campus fees, and textbooks.


    To cover living expenses, Project GO scholarship recipients will receive a $1,500 subsistence stipend.

    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    1) To apply for Project GO funding, complete the application from the KU Project go site (http://projectgo.ku.edu) by the February 10, 2014 deadline. 

    2) To apply for the summer Arab 110-120 course, students from other universities will need to apply and be accepted by KU as non-degree seeking students by May 24, 2014. Further information and procedures for this can be found at:  http://admissions.ku.edu/apply/apps/nondegrees.shtml

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 1, 2014 - Jul 25, 2014
    Location: Ifrane, Morocco
    Sponsor: University of Kansas
    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 10
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 classroom hours per week; 20 hours self-study per week
    Textbook: Brustad, K. et al. Al-Kitaab fii Tacallum al-cArabiyya - A Textbook for Beginning Arabic: Parts 2. 3rd Edition.
    Course Details:

    The Arabic Summer Institute at Al-Akhawayn University has a small campus in a mountain setting located 10 minutes walk from Ifrane. The courses are intensive and will cover two semesters of Arabic study in 8 weeks. Students live on-campus in dorms shared with another student. There are a couple of canteens on campus for student dining.  There are at least two group excursions to areas of interest included in this program. Orientations are held pre-departure and on site.  Check out the host university's website at http://www.aui.ma/en for all kinds of information pertaining to this program.  



    Intermediate Arabic I  KU ARAB 210 Three credits. For the student who has completed one year of Arabic language study who wishes to hone and further their skills in an Arabic-speaking environment.

    Intermediate Arabic II  KU ARAB 220 Three credits. A continuation of Intermediate Arabic I.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    You must conform with the group flight to receive a ticket reimbursement.  Room and board are covered although the meal plan is very basic.  Snacks and dinners out will be out-of-pocket expenses.  Textbooks are covered.  Some group travel activities are covered.  

    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    How to Apply:


    1) To apply for Project GO funding, complete the application from the KU Project go site (http://projectgo.ku.edu) by the February 10, 2014 deadline. 

    2) To apply for the summer Arab 110-120 course, students from other universities will need to apply and be accepted by KU as non-degree seeking students by May 24, 2014. Further information and procedures for this can be found at: http://admissions.ku.edu/apply/apps/nondegrees.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 1, 2014 - Jul 25, 2014
    Location: Ifrane, Morocco
    Sponsor: University of Kansas
    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 10
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 classroom hours per week; 20 hours self-study per week
    Course Details:

    The Arabic Summer Institute at Al-Akhawayn University has a small campus in a mountain setting located 10 minutes walk from Ifrane. The courses are intensive and will cover two semesters of Arabic study in 8 weeks. Students live on-campus in dorms shared with another student. There are a couple of canteens on campus for student dining.  There are at least two group excursions to areas of interest included in this program. Orientations are held pre-departure and on site.  Check out the host university's website at http://www.aui.ma/en for all kinds of information pertaining to this program.  


    Advanced Arabic I  KU ARAB 310 Three credits. For the student who has completed two years of Arabic language study.

    Advanced Arabic II  KU ARAB 320 Three credits. A continuation of Advanced Arabic I.

     


    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    You must conform with the group flight to receive a ticket reimbursement.  Room and board are covered although the meal plan is very basic.  Snacks and dinners out will be out-of-pocket expenses.  Textbooks are covered.  Some group travel activities are covered.  

    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    1) To apply for Project GO funding, complete the application from the KU Project go site (http://projectgo.ku.edu) by the February 10, 2014 deadline. 

    2) To apply for the summer Arab 110-120 course, students from other universities will need to apply and be accepted by KU as non-degree seeking students by May 24, 2014. Further information and procedures for this can be found at: http://admissions.ku.edu/apply/apps/nondegrees.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 1, 2014 - Jul 25, 2014
    Location: Ifrane, Morocco
    Sponsor: University of Kansas
    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 10
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 classroom hours per week; 20 hours self-study per week
    Course Details:

    The Arabic Summer Institute at Al-Akhawayn University is designed for students who wish to experience living and studying in an Arab country as part of their education for a relatively short period of time. It provides students the opportunity to study the Arabic language in context as well as other subjects pertaining to Islamic and North African Studies.  Check out the host university's website at http://www.alakhawayn.ma/.



    Advanced Arabic I  KU ARAB 310 Three credits. For the student who has completed two years of Arabic language study.

    Advanced Arabic II  KU ARAB 320 Three credits. A continuation of Advanced Arabic I.

     

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    You must conform with the group flight to receive a ticket reimbursement.  Room and board are covered although the meal plan is very basic.  Snacks and dinners out will be out-of-pocket expenses.  Textbooks are covered.  Some group travel activities are covered.  

    Apply by: February 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    1) To apply for Project GO funding, complete the application from the KU Project go site (http://projectgo.ku.edu) by the February 10, 2014 deadline. 

    2) To apply for the summer Arab 110-120 course, students from other universities will need to apply and be accepted by KU as non-degree seeking students by May 24, 2014. Further information and procedures for this can be found at: http://admissions.ku.edu/apply/apps/nondegrees.shtml

     

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 22, 2014 - Aug 1, 2014
    Location: Dahlonega, Georgia
    Sponsor: University of North Georgia
    Apply by: May 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 20 classroom hours per week; around 12 tutor-assisted study hours per week; around 10 facilitated activity hours per week; around 7 extracurricular activity hours per week.
    Course Details:

    Elementary Arabic: Eight Semester Hours. The Summer Language Institute is a carefully tailored language program of study in Arabic.  The institute is academically challenging, intense, and thoroughly rewarding, with fun, engaging activities within the context of learning the language by substantial interaction between students and native-speaking faculty and assistants. In addition to classroom instruction, participants will enjoy co-curricular activities in language.

    The SLI is an accelerated and intensive language program through an immersion-style approach.  Because of its nature, the SLI is a residential program, and as such, all participating students must live on campus for the duration of the program.

    For more information, visit the SLI website. 

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study
    Note:

    Students are responsible for paying the cost of tution, fees, and books. 

    Room and meals covered with Project GO; email Daniela Martinez - projectgo@ung.edu if you have any questions. 

    Apply by: May 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    UNG students will complete only one application. Please follow the instructions on the link below.

    Non-UNG studnets must complete an application for admission to UNG as a transient student along with the application for the Summer Language Institute.  Please follow the instructions on the link below.

    Application Links:

    http://ung.edu/world-languages-and-cultures/summer-language-institute.php

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 15, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: University of Virginia
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Program Structure
    Program meets for five days a week for eight weeks form (June 15 - August 8, 2014).
    Daily meeting schedule is:
    Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Textbook: Required Texts:

    Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Alif Baa: Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds, Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
    Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta‘allum al 'Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
    Supplementary material to be distributed in class
    This course will cover Alif Baa, and lessons 1 - 13 from Al-Kitaab, Part One.
    Course Details:

    The University of Virginia Arabic Program is pleased to announce its intensive summer language program offered through the Summer Language Institute. Learn the equivalent of two semesters of Arabic (8 credits) in an eight-week period (June 16 - August 8, 2014).

    The Arabic Program selects only experienced and caring teachers who enjoy the challenges of the program. We offer special conversation and cultural sessions, promoting the Communicative Method of language instruction.

    Why Study Arabic?

    Studying Arabic at the University of Virginia will give you the ability to communicate with more than 330 million of the world's population and prepare you for an adventure of discovery in the Arab world—a cradle of civilization and birthplace of monotheistic religions. The Arabic language also unlocks the door to a wealth of diverse literature (including fiction, science, philosophy and religion) composed over the past 16 centuries. Unlike most modern languages, after completing 200-level courses, you will be able to access texts dating back a millennium and a half!

    Whether you aspire to study Arabic for work in government and NGOs, or for higher studies in literature, religion, and political science, or simply for your own personal fulfillment, the SLI will equip you with the language skills and cultural knowledge you'll need.

    Arabic SLI Level 1 (ARAB 1016 and ARAB 1026)
    At the Summer Language institute (SLI), Level 1 students will learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA). Unlike the diversity of informal Arabic dialects, Modern Standard Arabic (fusha) is the form of Arabic common to all 22 Arab countries of the “League of Arab States” and used in modern literature, government, media, and educational institutions.

    The first half of (Level 1 – ARAB 1016) is devoted to learning the Arabic alphabet as well as the basic grammar and vocabulary needed to formulate sentences and more extended discourse. The second half of this level focuses on developing proficiency through expanding knowledge of grammar, acquiring new vocabulary and refining skills in simulated real life situations and cultural contexts.
    Please Note that this course is intended for students who have limited or no knowledge of the language. Native speakers of Arabic may not enroll in the Summer Language Institute. Non-native speakers, who have previously received informal instruction in Arabic, should consult with the SLI Arabic Program Director, Ahmad Z. Obiedat (ao7v@virginia.edu) to determine their level in the program.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Note:

    Contact Dr. Rich Cohen for more information: 434-924-3690.Email: rjc8s@virginia.edu.

    Please note: the UVa Project GO scholarship application deadline is January 30, 2014.  You still MUST apply to the Arabic Language Program which will have a later deadline

    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    How to Apply:

    First, file an application for the UVA Project GO scholarship. Then, if you are funded by Project GO, file your application for the language program itself at the UVA Summer Language Institute.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    http://www.virginia.edu/summer/SLI/ (Summer Language Institute homepage)

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: UVA campus
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Program meets for five days a week for eight weeks form (June 15- August 8, 2014.
    Daily meeting schedule is:
    Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Textbook: Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta‘allum al-‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press 2004.
    Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al - ‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part Two. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
    Supplementary material to be distributed in class.
    The Level – 2 covers: lessons 14 - 20 from Al-Kitaab, Part One and lessons 1 - 5 from Al-Kitaab, Part Two.

    Course Details:

     

    Arabic Summer Language Program

     

    The University of Virginia Arabic Program is pleased to announce its intensive summer language program offered through the Summer Language Institute. Learn the equivalent of two semesters of Arabic (8 credits) in an eight-week period (June 15 - August 8, 2014).

     

    The Arabic Program selects only experienced and caring teachers who enjoy the challenges of the program. We offer special conversation and cultural sessions, promoting the Communicative Method of language instruction.

    Why Study Arabic?

     

    Studying Arabic at the University of Virginia will give you the ability to communicate with more than 330 million of the world's population and prepare you for an adventure of discovery in the Arab world—a cradle of civilization and birthplace of monotheistic religions. The Arabic language also unlocks the door to a wealth of diverse literature (including fiction, science, philosophy and religion) composed over the past 16 centuries. Unlike most modern languages, after completing 200-level courses, you will be able to access texts dating back a millennium and a half!

    Whether you aspire to study Arabic for work in government and NGOs, or for higher studies in literature, religion, and political science, or simply for your own personal fulfillment, the SLI will equip you with the language skills and cultural knowledge you'll need.

    Arabic SLI Level 2 (ARAB 2016 and ARAB 2026)
    At the Summer Language institute (SLI), Level 2 students will learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) language as well as explore the diverse cultures of the Arabic-speaking world. The programs aims at developing and advancing the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing at the intermediate level of proficiency, building on what students learned in ARAB 1010 and 1020.
    Based on the communicative approach to language teaching and learning, our curriculum is designed to emphasize the functional usage of the language and on communication in context. All 4 language skills are important (speaking, reading, writing, listening) and they reinforce each other.
    Please Note: Successful completion of ARAB 1020 or an equivalent proficiency level is required on the part of Level 2 applicants. Students who have NOT completed ARAB 1020 through UVa must consult with the SLI Arabic Program Director, Ahmad Z. Obiedat, (ao7v@virginia.edu ) prior to applying to Arabic SLI Level 2.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Note:

    Contact Dr. Rich Cohen for scholarship details: 434-924-3690, email: rjc8s@virginia.edu.

    Please note: the UVa Project GO scholarship application deadline is January 30, 2014.  You MUST apply to the language program separately -- the deadline for the Summer Language Institute is April 7, 2014.

    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    How to Apply:

    First, file an application for the UVA Project GO scholarship. Then, if you are funded by Project GO, file your application for the language program itself at the UVA Summer Language Institute.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    www.virginia.edu/summer/sli (UVA Summer Language Institute)

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 6, 2014 - Aug 7, 2014
    Location: Jordan
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 7
    Course Details:

    This is an Intermediate Arabic course, covering one full academic year. 

    Please refer to this URL for application details at the following interest address:

    http://www.studyabroad.virginia.edu/ after arriving at the website use the "Find A Program" link for the Jordan UVa Arabic Program in Ibrid, Jordan. This program in hosted by Yarmouk University.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Please contact Dr. Rich Cohen for scholarships details: rjc8s@virginia.edu.

    Please note: the UVa Project GO scholarship application deadline is January 30, 2014.  You must also apply to the language program by March 1, 2014.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Please refer to this URL for application details at the following internet address:

    http://www.studyabroad.virginia.edu/ after arriving at the website use the "Find A Program" link for the Jordan UVa Arabic Program in Ibrid, Jordan. This program in hosted by Yarmouk University.

    First, apply to the UVA Project GO program for a scholarship award. If you are funded, then apply to the UVA in Jordan program.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Study Abroad Office: www.studyabroad.virginia.edu

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 15, 2014 - Jul 11, 2014
    Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Program meets for five days a week for eight weeks form (June 15 - August 8, 2014).
    Daily meeting schedule is:
    Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Textbook: Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta‘allum al-‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press 2004.
    Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al - ‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part Two. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
    Supplementary material to be distributed in class.
    The Level – 2 covers: lessons 14 - 20 from Al-Kitaab, Part One and lessons 1 - 5 from Al-Kitaab, Part Two.

    Course Details:

    Arabic Summer Language Program

    The University of Virginia Arabic Program is pleased to announce its intensive summer language program offered through the Summer Language Institute. Learn the equivalent of two semesters of Arabic (8 credits) in an eight-week period (June 15 - August 8, 2014).

    The Arabic Program selects only experienced and caring teachers who enjoy the challenges of the program. We offer special conversation and cultural sessions, promoting the Communicative Method of language instruction.

     Why Study Arabic?

     Studying Arabic at the University of Virginia will give you the ability to communicate with more than 330 million of the world's population and prepare you for an adventure of discovery in the Arab world—a cradle of civilization and birthplace of monotheistic religions. The Arabic language also unlocks the door to a wealth of diverse literature (including fiction, science, philosophy and religion) composed over the past 16 centuries. Unlike most modern languages, after completing 200-level courses, you will be able to access texts dating back a millennium and a half!

    Whether you aspire to study Arabic for work in government and NGOs, or for higher studies in literature, religion, and political science, or simply for your own personal fulfillment, the SLI will equip you with the language skills and cultural knowledge you'll need.

    Arabic SLI Level 2 (ARAB 2016 and ARAB 2026)
    At the Summer Language institute (SLI), Level 2 students will learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) language as well as explore the diverse cultures of the Arabic-speaking world. The programs aims at developing and advancing the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing at the intermediate level of proficiency, building on what students learned in ARAB 1010 and 1020.
    Based on the communicative approach to language teaching and learning, our curriculum is designed to emphasize the functional usage of the language and on communication in context. All 4 language skills are important (speaking, reading, writing, listening) and they reinforce each other.
    Please Note: Successful completion of ARAB 1020 or an equivalent proficiency level is required on the part of Level 2 applicants. Students who have NOT completed ARAB 1020 through UVa must consult with the SLI Arabic Program Director, Ahmad Z. Obiedat, (ao7v@virginia.edu ) prior to applying to Arabic SLI Level 2.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Apply by: April 7, 2014
    How to Apply:

    First, apply for a UVA Project GO Scholarship deadline is Jauary 30, 2014; then if you are funded, apply to the UVA Summer Language Institute by April 7, 2014.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Summer Language Institute: www.virginia.edu/summer/sli

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jun 15, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: Jordan
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 7
    Course Details:

    The UVA in Jordan Arabic program covers both Intermediate I and Intermediate II in the eight week course, equalling one full year of college Arabic study/credit.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Please contact Dr. Richard Cohen for scholarship details: 434-924-3690. The UVa Project GO application will be ready on December 1st, with a January 30, 2014 submission deadline. The application form is available on www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute. Be aware that in addition to the Project GO scholarship application of January 30th, you will have to also apply to the language program, if you are awarded a Project Go scholarship, by March 1, 2014.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    First, submit your UVA Project GO application by January 30th, 2014. You will hear about the outcome by February 10th. Then, apply to the UVA in Jordan Arabic program by March 1, 2014.

     

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Study Abroad Office: www.studyabroad.virginia.edu

  • Arabic

    Intermediate II | Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: April 6, 2013
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: Program meets for five days a week for eight weeks form (June 15 - August 8, 2014).
    Daily meeting schedule is:
    Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Textbook: Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta‘allum al-‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press 2004.
    Brustad, Kristen, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi. Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al - ‘Arabiyya: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part Two. Second edition. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004.
    Supplementary material to be distributed in class.
    The Level – 2 covers: lessons 14 - 20 from Al-Kitaab, Part One and lessons 1 - 5 from Al-Kitaab, Part Two.
    Course Details:

    Arabic Summer Language Program

    The University of Virginia Arabic Program is pleased to announce its intensive summer language program offered through the Summer Language Institute. Learn the equivalent of two semesters of Arabic (8 credits) in an eight-week period (June 15 - August 8, 2014).

     The Arabic Program selects only experienced and caring teachers who enjoy the challenges of the program. We offer special conversation and cultural sessions, promoting the Communicative Method of language instruction.

    Why Study Arabic?

    Studying Arabic at the University of Virginia will give you the ability to communicate with more than 330 million of the world's population and prepare you for an adventure of discovery in the Arab world—a cradle of civilization and birthplace of monotheistic religions. The Arabic language also unlocks the door to a wealth of diverse literature (including fiction, science, philosophy and religion) composed over the past 16 centuries. Unlike most modern languages, after completing 200-level courses, you will be able to access texts dating back a millennium and a half!

    Whether you aspire to study Arabic for work in government and NGOs, or for higher studies in literature, religion, and political science, or simply for your own personal fulfillment, the SLI will equip you with the language skills and cultural knowledge you'll need.

    Arabic SLI Level 2 (ARAB 2016 and ARAB 2026)
    At the Summer Language institute (SLI), Level 2 students will learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) language as well as explore the diverse cultures of the Arabic-speaking world. The programs aims at developing and advancing the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing at the intermediate level of proficiency, building on what students learned in ARAB 1010 and 1020.
    Based on the communicative approach to language teaching and learning, our curriculum is designed to emphasize the functional usage of the language and on communication in context. All 4 language skills are important (speaking, reading, writing, listening) and they reinforce each other.
    Please Note: Successful completion of ARAB 1020 or an equivalent proficiency level is required on the part of Level 2 applicants. Students who have NOT completed ARAB 1020 through UVa must consult with the SLI Arabic Program Director, Ahmad Z. Obiedat, (ao7v@virginia.edu ) prior to applying to Arabic SLI Level 2.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    • Airfare to Domestic Location of Study (partial)
    Apply by: April 6, 2013
    How to Apply:

    If you are funded by Project GO, then apply to the UVA Summer Language Institute by April 7, 2014. Website: www.virginia.edu/summer/sli.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Summer Language Institute: www.virginia.edu/summer/sli

  • Arabic

    Advanced I | Jun 15, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: Jordan
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 7
    Classroom/Study Hours: See the University of Virginia Study Abroad Website for the course for details.
    Course Details:

    This is an Advanced Arabic course, covering a full academic year of study at the third year level. Please see this URL for more program details:

    http://www.studyabroad.virginia.edu

    After arriving at the website use the "Find A Program" link to locate the UVa program in Jordan called "UVA in Jordan."

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Student Pays:
    • Room & Board (partial)
    Note:

    Please contact Dr. Rich Cohen for scholarship details:rjc8s@virginia.edu.  The UVa Project GO application will be ready on December 1st, with a January 30, 2014 submission deadline. The application form is available on www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute. Be aware that in addition to the Project GO scholarship application of January 30th, you will have to also apply to the UVA Jordan Arabic language program, deadline is March 1, 2014.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    UVA Arabic Jordan program: see website: www.studyabroad.virginia.edu. Use "Find A Program" to locate the application instructions for the Jordan program.

    FIRST, YOU MUST APPLY FOR A UVA PROJECT GO SCHOLARSHIP. IF YOU ARE FUNDED, THEN APPLY TO THE UVA ARABIC PROGRAM IN JORDAN BY MARCH 1, 2014.

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Study Abroad Office: www.studyabroad.virginia.edu

  • Arabic

    Advanced II | Jun 15, 2014 - Aug 8, 2014
    Location: Jordan
    Sponsor: University of Virginia
    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    Credits Offered: 7
    Classroom/Study Hours: See the University of Virginia Study Abroad website for details.
    Course Details:

    Please see the description for the course on the UVA Study Abroad website:www.studyabroad.virginia.edu. Use the "Find A Program" link to proceed to the UVA in Jordan summer Arabic language program There you will find details about the course.

    Tuition: Mostly Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Please contact Dr. Richard Cohen for scholarship details: rjc8s@virginia.edu The UVa Project GO application will be ready on December 1st, with a January 30, 2014 submission deadline. The application form is available at www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute.  Be aware that in addition to the Project GO scholarship application of January 30th, you will have to also apply to the language program, which has a deadline of March 1, 2014.

    Apply by: March 1, 2014
    How to Apply:

    First apply for the UVA Project GO Scholarship (deadline: Jan. 30, 2014).

    If awarded the UVA Project GO scholarship, then apply for the UVA Jordan program (deadline: March 1, 2014).

    Application Links:

    A copy of the UVA Project GO scholarship application is available at the UVA Asia Institute website "Resources" page: http://www.artsandsciences.virginia.edu/asiainstitute/resources/index.html

    UVA Study Abroad Office: www.studyabroad.virginia.edu

  • Arabic

    Beginner I | Jun 11, 2014 - Aug 9, 2014
    Location: Madison, Wisconsin
    Sponsor: University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 22.5 classroom hours per week; this course is part of an immersion program, in which students sign a language contract and live in dorms with their classmates and instructors.
    Textbook: Alif Baa and Al-Kitaab I (used in past)
    Course Details:

    Beginning Arabic is part of the Arabic Persian and Turkish Language Immersion Institute (APTLII) held on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  The course is intensive, 8-credits, beginning level, for students with little or no prior experience with the language.  Classes are held for 4.5 hours per day, Monday through Friday, over the span of the 8-week program.  The course covers the first and second semesters of language study, and are beginning Modern Standard Arabic classes.

    The course is part of an immersion program, which includes shared meals and a group living environment, afternoon and evening activities, and excursions in and around Madison.  Students are expected to communicate in their target language exclusively for the duration of the 8-week program, with the exception of Friday evening breaks and a limited number of other specific exceptions.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Program, including:

    • All tuition and fees
    • On-campus housing for the duration of the 8 week program
    • A stipend to cover travel, supplies, and other expenses during the program

     

    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Students interested in this program must complete two applications:

    1. Project GO at UW-Madison application, found at http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application
    2. APTLII program application, found at aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html.  

    Please follow all application instructions carefully. For more information, please contact Project GO at UW-Madison staff at contact@rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu or at 608-265-1471.

    Application Links:

    Project GO at UW-Madison: http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application

    APTLII: aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html

  • Arabic

    Beginner II | Jun 14, 2014 - Aug 9, 2014
    Location: Madison, Wisconsin
    Sponsor: University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 22.5 classroom hours per week; this course is part of an immersion program, in which students sign a language contract and live in dorms with their classmates and instructors.
    Textbook: Al-Kitaab Part Two (2nd ed.) AND Al-Kitaab Part Two (3rd ed.), as well as the Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic.
    Course Details:

    Intermediate Arabic is part of the Arabic Persian and Turkish Language Immersion Institute (APTLII) held on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  The course is intensive, 8-credits, beginning level, for students with little or no prior experience with the language.  Classes are held for 4.5 hours per day, Monday through Friday, over the span of the 8-week program.  The course covers the third and fourth semesters of language study, and are beginning Modern Standard Arabic classes.

    The course is part of an immersion program, which includes shared meals and a group living environment, afternoon and evening activities, and excursions in and around Madison.  Students are expected to communicate in their target language exclusively for the duration of the 8-week program, with the exception of Friday evening breaks and a limited number of other specific exceptions.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Program, including:

    • All tuition and fees
    • On-campus housing for the duration of the 8 week program
    • A stipend to cover travel, supplies, and other expenses during the program

     

     

    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Students interested in this program must complete two applications:

    1. Project GO at UW-Madison application, found at http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application
    2. APTLII program application, found at aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html

    Please follow all application instructions carefully. For more information, please contact Project GO at UW-Madison staff at contact@rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu or at 608-265-1471.

     

     

    Application Links:

    Project GO at UW-Madison: http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application

    APTLII: aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html

  • Arabic

    Intermediate I | Jun 14, 2014 - Aug 9, 2014
    Location: Madison, Wisconsin
    Sponsor: University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    Credits Offered: 8
    Classroom/Study Hours: 22.5 classroom hours per week. This course is part of an immersion program, in which students sign a language contract and live in dorms with their classmates and instructors.
    Textbook: In accordance with the background of the students, instructors will use a variety of materials.
    Course Details:

    Advanced Arabic is part of the Arabic Persian and Turkish Language Immersion Institute (APTLII) held on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  The course is intensive, 8 credits, advanced level, for students with four semesters of prior experience with the language.  Classes are held for 4.5 hours per day, Monday through Friday, over the span of the 8-week program.  This course will focus on increasing proficiency in the four basic language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening), with primary emphasis on oral proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. 

    The course is part of an immersion program, which includes shared meals and a group living environment, afternoon and evening activities, and excursions in and around Madison.  Students are expected to communicate in their target language exclusively for the duration of the 8-week program, with the exception of Friday evening breaks and a limited number of other specific exceptions.

    Tuition: Fully Funded

    Students interested in participating in and receiving funding for this program must complete TWO applications (one application for admittance into the program and a second, separate application for Project GO funding).

    Note:

    Scholarships cover the full cost of participation in the Summer Language Program, including:

    • All tuition and fees
    • On-campus housing for the duration of the 8 week program
    • A stipend to cover travel, supplies, and other expenses during the program

     

    Apply by: January 10, 2014
    How to Apply:

    Students interested in this program must complete two applications:

    1. Project GO at UW-Madison application, found at http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application
    2. APTLII program application, found at aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html

    Please follow all application instructions carefully. For more information, please contact Project GO at UW-Madison staff at contact@rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu or at 608-265-1471.

     

    Application Links:

    Project GO at UW-Madison: http://rotcprojectgo.wisc.edu/?q=content/project-go-application

    APTLII: aptlii.global.wisc.edu/index.html