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Current Students

Fes Study Trip

Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 07:00 to Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 18:00

CM5001 Global Communications

CM3033 Scripts For Travel

CM/PY2091a Co-existence and Religion

Founded in 808, Fès is often called “the best preserved mediaeval city” in North Africa. Held to be Morocco’s spiritual capital, it is both a magnet for pilgrims from sub-Saharan Africa and a major draw for tourists from all over the world in search of “something cultural.” Examine globalization in this unique city and in particular how it has an impact on local culture and communications. See how the city and its businesses are using festivals to build the city’s ‘brand’. The Festival of Culinary Diplomacy coincides with our visit. An excursion to the Roman site of Volubilis and nearby Moulay Idriss is also planned.

Led by Profs. Waddick Doyle and Justin McGuinness

Cost: €750 (includes round-trip air transportation, hotel or homestay accommodations with breakfast, on-site transportation, entrance fees, guided visits and lectures, professors’ trip costs, and VAT)

Last day to register/cancel: 21 January

Late cancelation fee: €750

Payment for study trips must be made no later than 29 January for the Spring 2018 semester. Any concerns in this regard should be addressed to the Cultural Program & Student Accounting Services.