Senegal is one of the most stable democratic states in Africa, yet it remains culturally diverse. Its rich history was shaped by its African heritage and by French colonialism. Rich in historical and cultural significance, it is also a center of trade and culture for French West Africa. The Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE) Study Center coordinates this Study Abroad program. It is located in the Amitié III neighborhood near restaurants, shops, cultural centers and the largest public university in Senegal. Participants take classes with other CIEE students in a building that shares facilities with L'Institut Supérieur de Droit de Dakar (ISDD), a branch of the Université de Perpignan Via Domitia in France. Students have access to the library, computer labs, and other facilities and socializing space with a mostly Senegalese student body.
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