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SIT Uganda: Development Studies
Kampala, Uganda
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline App Review Begins Start Date End Date
Spring 2014 01-OCT-2013 
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Variable 02-FEB-2014 17-MAY-2014
 NOTE: Start and end dates are subject to change. Please consult SIT’s acceptance materials before purchasing airline tickets, completing a visa application, etc.
Fall 2014 02-MAR-2014 
**
Variable 24-AUG-2014 06-DEC-2014
 NOTE: Start and end dates are subject to change. Please consult SIT’s acceptance materials before purchasing airline tickets, completing a visa application, etc.
Spring 2015 15-SEP-2014** Variable TBA TBA
Fall 2015 01-MAR-2015 01-JUN-2015 TBA TBA

** For most programs, applications are reviewed on a rolling admissions basis (starting August 1st for Spring programs and starting January 15th for Summer and Fall programs). NOTE: Applications for programs offering exchange positions will be reviewed AFTER the application deadline.

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Fact Sheet:
 Type of Program:
Field Study, Thematic Focus
 Areas of Study:
Anthropology, Economics, Geography, International Affairs, Luganda, African Studies
 Minimum Required GPA:
2.50
 Minimum Class Standing:
3 - second-semester sophomore
 Course Prerequisite(s):
Background in Development Studies or Related Field
 Housing Option(s):
Homestay
 Open to students from:
CU-Boulder
 Language(s) of Instruction:
English
 Special Opportunities:
Volunteer Opportunities, Service Learning, Independent Study
Program Information:
 
 
Liza at Big Globe by Liza Hensleigh

 

  • Study the development of one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, including the impacts of development on Ugandan culture and society

  • Outstanding program for those interested in development studies

  • Learn the Lugandan language

  • Homestay in Kampala and week-long rural visit to Eastern Uganda

  • Educational excursions to Western Uganda, Rwanda, and Eastern Uganda

  • Special 2 week program module on Public Health, Gender and Development, Human Rights or Grassroots Development.

 

 

 
 
 

 

  SIT University of Colorado
Course Levels

language course

lower-division

all other courses

upper-division

Evaluation
 

all courses

 
Credit

1 credit hour

1 credit hour

 

 

 

Brittany at IDP Camp by Liza Hensleigh
 

 

 
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  • Ben Brown Scholarship: This scholarship is open to students participating on field-based programs in non-traditional locations for a semester or a year. Award amounts can be as high as $5,000 for a semester or $10,000 for a full year. Click here for more information.

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