Study Abroad Morocco

Positioned in the northwestern corner of Africa, Morocco is a gateway between Europe, Africa, and the Arab world. As a result of its diverse cultural history, the country has evolved to form a complex identity and society. Within the confines of its boarders, one can meet people from all backgrounds: Berber, Arab, Jewish, Muslim, African, and European. As part of the focus on Mediterranean Studies, programs in Morocco examine challenges that face Morocco and the Arab world today as well as the country’s relationship to its Western European neighbors. An emphasis is placed on Arabic language studies, religion, politics, and cultural diversity.

Select IAU January Term Programs travel to Morocco. Select Business & International Relations courses also offer optional trips to Morocco as part of the course. Please check course descriptions for more detailed information.

IAU College hosts short term and customized programming options for students in Rabat, Marrakesh, and Fez. Semester programs and internships are available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact IAU College for more details.

Students in Morocco 2012
IAU J-term students in Morocco, 2012