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After summer vacation, the personnel of CCCL is very pleased and enthusiastic to welcome groups of various program partners in the fall semester:

The Boston university (BU) program

Students from Boston University has joined CCCL for a semester program-starting from September 2nd to December 23rd. 2012. Through this program they will learn about the local cultures and the history of the region.

The program will include English-thought elective courses on History, Religion, Politics and Security Studies in North Africa and the Middle East as well as Arabic (Fu'sha) classes, Internships in local and International organizations, excursions and experiencing the Moroccan life style through the Homestay component.

The School for International training (SIT)

The Center for Cross Cultural Learning is hosting 61 students from Schools for International Training programs for the fall semester 2012: Multiculturalism and Human Rights, Migration studies and Field Studies in Journalism and New Media.

SIT programs will end on December 15th, 2012. They consist of various components: seminars, public lectures and group discussions on culture, migration, politics, human rights, religion and others, Arabic courses, homestay, excursions, village stay and independent study projects.

MACECE dinner at CCCL

CCCL will be hosting on September 6th, 2012 the event organized by the  Moroccan American Commission for Educational & Cultural Exchange (MACECE).

MACECE Students will celebrate their graduation ceremony in the Andalousian CCCL building style.

Having selected CCCL for This event will foster the traditional friendship between the people of Morocco and the United States of America and through academic and cultural exchange.