Examine the push and pull dynamics of migration from Morocco and the Netherlands.
What is unique about this program?
- Live and study in Rabat’s centuries-old medina.
- Choose between an Independent Study Project and an internship.
- Meet regularly with Moroccan students to discuss the issues you’re studying.
- Hear the experiences of sub-Saharan asylum seekers and Syrian refugees
- Experience the impact of remittances on rural communities in the High Atlas and Rif Mountains
- Travel to the Netherlands to see the impact of migration on a host country.
- Study Arabic at any level
What is unique about Morocco?
Morocco is a sending, transit, and receiving country for immigration from Africa to Europe. In this beautiful country, you can meet with NGOs working with refugees and on topics of human rights and gender issues. Coupled with visits to the Netherlands and the High Atlas and Rif mountains, you can experience key places in the immigration cycle.
How do I apply?
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