Study Abroad in Tanzania School/ Program Location Population Interesting Facts Climate Term GPA req. Prerequisites Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology (SIT) Arusha 1.3 million “Americans all have watches but Africans all have time” –Tanzanian saying Coastal Ecology and Natural Resource Management (SIT) Stone Town/Zanzibar 1 million There are more than 160 ethnic groups living within Tanzania Moderate climate with a rainy season from Nov-May Fall / Spring 2.5 Monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate Fall / Spring 2.5 Coursework in environmental studies, biology, sociology, anthropology, or international relations Coursework in environmental studies, ecology, or biology; swimming or snorkeling ability recommended # of Students 15-20 15-20 Internships NO NO Available Housing Homestays Homestays Language of English/Swahili English/Swahili Instruction Good for Students From the program base in the heart of Tanzania's Through thematic seminars and hands-on most renowned wilderness parks, students learning with academic and professional interested in… explore the country’s diverse human and natural environments through seminars and field visits to nature reserves and conservation areas. Swahili language study and a rural stay with a Maasai community complement classroom work and field research. Students complete an independent study project during the last four weeks of the program. experts, students explore the diversity and natural resources of Zanzibar, Pemba, and coastal Tanzania, challenging themselves to understand the larger questions of conservation practice in the region. Students complete an independent study project during the last four weeks of the program.