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AUC Arabic Language Summer Study Abroad Program for High Schoolers

Enjoy a fun Arabic and Egyptian cultural experience for high school students.
Immerse yourself in Egyptian culture and get credit for it!
Complete the online application by visiting http://bit.ly/1RFxNKY  , selecting New Applicant and Selecting New applicants applying for the Arabic Language and Culture Program

Program Features 
• Intensive, five-day per week Arabic program through AUC’s Department of Arabic Language Instruction
• Flexible schedule that includes visits to touristic sites in Egypt
• Lectures and presentations about history, culture and politics in Egypt
• Introduction to Egyptian cuisine, art, music and cultural events
• Experiential field visits and activities to enhance Arabic language exposure Accommodation
• Program participants stay in the University Residences at AUC New Cairo
• All meals included Prerequisites
• Minimum completion of sophomore year of high school
• At least 16 years of age
• A minimum score of 155 on the PSAT and grade point average of 3.5
• Two letters of recommendation from high school teachers attesting that the applicant has the maturity needed to join this international program
Fees
• $9,000 for three credits, including cultural/educational trips, accommodation, non-refundable registration fees, visa and health insurance

Register now to earn three credit hours in a three-week, intensive program July 17 – August 4, 20
AUC - School of Continuing Education
hotline +2 - 16723 • tel +202615.4070
sce@aucegypt.edu
http://bit.ly/1RFxNKY
schools.aucegypt.edu/sce

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