Stellenbosch University Summer Courses

You’ll take three courses which equal to six credits during this summer program. “Introduction to South Africa's Political History” is a required course for all enrolled students along with two additional classes.

  • Make sure your credits transfer back for credit with your home school – this is your responsibility.
  • Please be flexible about courses – we can’t guarantee placement in specific courses.
  • Please review your course choices with your academic or study abroad advisor, and submit the online course registration form to The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University

Course Selection Process

Your course selections should be made in consultation with your academic advisor. If you have not previously done so, please meet with your academic advisor to ensure that the courses that you plan to take overseas will transfer back to your degree program.

You will need to submit a course registration form through your Arcadia Passport. If your enrollment is conditional upon entry into a specific course or courses, it is very important that you indicate these requirements on your course selection form. While every effort will be made to accommodate your selections, Arcadia University cannot guarantee placement in any specific course.

Please remember to retain a copy of all information regarding course selections for your time abroad.

Important Note

Arcadia University does not issue pass/fail grades for work completed overseas. If you intend to enroll in a unit that is assessed pass/fail, please contact Arcadia University to discuss the procedures associated with the grade translation.

Course Options

Students will take three courses. One course is required for all students. Students may then select from a range of other course topics for their second and third course choices:

Course 1

Introduction to South Africa's Political History (required)

Course 2

Bio-diversity: Plants for the People in the Western Cape
or
Apartheid and After: Representations of South Africa in Art and Media
or
HIV and AIDS: A South African Perspective
or
Growth, Unemployment and Inequality in South Africa: Past and Future Challenges

Course 3


HIV and AIDS: A South African Perspective
or
Apartheid and After: Negotiating Identities in Literature and Film
or
Challenges for Democratic Consolidation
or
Ethics, Science and Culture in Philosophical Perspective