Spend a fall or spring semester in beautiful Tangier.
UNE's Global Education Program offers both fall and spring semester programs at UNE Morocco, open to all undergraduate students at UNE and students from other universities.
UNE’s state-of-the-art Tangier Campus, situated in the heart of the city, consists of two buildings as well as a sports court. Our Academic Building houses cutting-edge labs and classrooms, office space and a modern auditorium, while our Residential Building includes spacious, well-appointed rooms, fitness and studio space, and an elegant cafeteria. Both these buildings reflect Morocco’s famous architectural style and are designed to meet the high modern standards of similar educational facilities.
- On-site orientation activities
- Support of UNE Morocco campus faculty and staff
- Airport pick-up upon arrival in Tangier
- Double occupancy room with ensuite bathroom at on-campus residence
- All meals at on-campus café
- Group excursions to Seville, Spain, other cities in Morocco, and activities in and around Tangier
- Opportunity to volunteer with local organizations
A port city with influences from all around the world, Tangier is one of the major cultural, economic and political hubs of the region, serving as a nexus for new ideas and cross-cultural dialogue.
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Living in Tangier
Our campus features modern amenities with an authentic local sensibility. With our residence hall, an on-site café and plenty of outdoor spaces to soak up the sun, you’ll enjoy both contemporary comfort and traditional style.
Beyond the Campus
As a relief from the rigor of the classroom, many opportunities exist beyond the serenity of the campus, including excursions to destinations in Morocco and Spain, as well as being immersed in the community you'll call home.
The UNE Morocco semester program includes an exciting itinerary of trips to nearby Moroccan destinations — plus a weekend trip to Seville, Spain. Destinations may vary from semester to semester, so please check with the Global Education Program office for the latest programming.
As part of the semester-long study abroad program, we offer a range of volunteer opportunities that help you give back to your new community and enhance your global learning. The university has formed partnerships with La Crèche Orphanage, SPANA (a local animal shelter), Croissant Rouge medical clinic, DARNA (Women & Children's Association) and other local organizations.
We offer a suite of courses that can meet the needs of all majors. You will enjoy a variety of engaging courses taught in English, plus Arabic language study. All courses are approved by UNE faculty and count toward the core or the major. Please check with your advisers on how best to take advantage of UNE Morocco and make sure to plan ahead.
*Courses with fewer than five students will not enroll.
UNE students keep all UNE scholarships and financial aid and are billed the same tuition as for a traditional on-campus semester, plus standard UNE study abroad room and board rate.
Students participating in a UNE semester abroad program will be automatically awarded a $500 Global Education Scholarship. Students may also apply for the Downs Family Travel Scholarship. This scholarship was established by Mrs. Eva M. Downs, whose late husband, Jacques M. Downs, was a much-loved history professor at UNE. The Downs family are champions of global education and UNE’s campus in Morocco. The scholarship was established to provide support for students who might not otherwise be able or inclined to participate in a semester abroad at the UNE Tangier Campus or other UNE semester-abroad programs.
- Deadline for Fall semester abroad programs: April 1
- Deadline for Spring semester abroad programs: November 1
Other outside scholarships may be available; visit the scholarship opportunities listing or contact the Global Education team for more details.
Students from Other Universities
Non-UNE students pay UNE undergraduate semester tuition, general service fee, plus standard UNE study abroad room and board rate. See Student Financial Services for current cost.
The Student Financial Services cost breakdown is for a full academic year. Divide by two for a single semester cost.