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Studying in Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa, is also among the oldest states in the world. Historically the country has so much to offer and is a perfect study destination. For individuals interested in studying Ethiopia there are various disciplines that you can choose from including arts, culture, archaeology, health sciences and research.

Due to its rich history, there are study program that encourage study of the Ethiopian culture, language and arts. An example of these is the international scholarship program for American students aimed to facilitate studying abroad students who may be unable to do so due to limited funds. In addition to cultural study, the Leakey foundation named after the renowned East African archaeologist has programs for archaeological research operational in Ethiopia.

Students may also want to consider programs such as those offered by Nassau Community college that bring students to Ethiopia. The institution, which has an objective of creating high quality and low cost programs, has the option of taking a short term or summer course in Ethiopia. Another good study opportunity is offered by the Blessing the Children Program bring its participants to Debre Zeyit in Ethiopia. The program incorporates community work and classes with a schedule of three to four courses. Local families accommodate the participants, ensuring they have a deeper and richer interaction with Ethiopian culture.

For people interested in studying in Ethiopia, the internet is a perfect place to begin as it contains several resources that can help connect with suitable institutions or programs.

 

 

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