Egypt: Modern Cairo, Urban Development, and Social Change
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The program will be coordinated by an academic director, in collaboration with local instructors and staff members, all of whom will support students and challenge them to reach new levels of intellectual curiosity and scholarly achievement. The program will be comprised of a relatively small group of students who will benefit from the individualized attention and vibrant intellectual exchange.
Students will have access to local, national, and international networks and resources. They can expect to learn from local university professors, researchers, NGO leaders, community members, professionals, and others.
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