The goal of this study abroad program is to immerse students in the rich cultural heritage and contemporary realities of Ghana, an ideal situation for studying intercultural communication. Lead by Program Director, Debbie Hayward and Academic Director, Geoff Burgess, the program is designed for students to:
- reap the benefits of Landmark’s partnership with the School for International Training (leaders in study abroad for 50 years, experience hosting 1,200 colleges students in Ghana since 1997)
- enjoy a welcoming, safe, politically stable, English-speaking African country
- experience both urban and rural environments, from the capital city of Accra to Kakun National Forest & the beaches of Cape Coast
- deepen your understanding of self and broaden your understanding of the world thru classes, guest lectures, visits to local sites and a short homestay.
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