Each semester, all students enroll in the program’s core course, "Imagining South Africa" taught by the Trinity-in-Cape Town Academic Director, Subithra Moodley-Moore. This class is offered specifically for Trinity students on the program. This class is taught seminar-style and is designed to provide students with a framework for understanding contemporary post-apartheid South Africa. Please contact Eleanor Emerson in the Office of Intenaitonal Programs for a course syllabus.
The program also features a community engagement
requirement. Students enroll in an academic internship for 1.0 credit in
a local NGO, school, museum, medical clinic or other institution. Please refer to the Internship section in the left sidebar for more details about the requirements and placement organizations.
In addition, students enroll in 2 or 3 regular classes of their choice at one of the host universitie, studying alongside their South African peers. Please refer to the Academics section in the left sidebar for more information on the universities and links to the course catalogs.