Be Global. Go UNE.
The University of New England campus in Tangier reflects the ideals of our institution. It allows you to sign up for your regular curriculum while discovering and experiencing the culture of Morocco and the city of Tangier at no additional cost. UNE Tangier is a monument, however modest, to our strong belief that education and culture can and should play a major role in improving international relations and creating a better world for all.
Our campus in Tangier, housed in the leafy campus of the American School of Tangier, the oldest American school in Morocco, is within easy access to downtown, the main beach, and the major cultural activities the city has to offer. Spain is a mere 40 minutes away by high-speed ferry and it's just a short bus ride after that to our program in Seville. You also have access to fabulous Moroccan cities like Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh, as well as to the natural wonders of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert.
Our campus consists of two buildings—one for academic programming and the other for student and staff housing—both located in a beautifully landscaped environment. Food and beverages are available in an elegant cafe. Our buildings reflect Morocco’s famous traditional architecture and are designed to meet the high modern standards of similar educational facilities. You also have access to the swimming pool and basketball courts of the American School of Tangier.
There is no better place for UNE to be than in the world-renowned Moroccan city of Tangier. This glimmering "white city" has been home to an international contingent of painters and writers and is now one of the major economic and cultural hubs of the region. Tangier is home to the first U.S. building listed on the National Register of Historic Places not located on U.S. soil, and the first and oldest American school in Morocco. The city is a mere 40-minute ferry ride from Spain and only a few hours away from Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh.
At the Tangier campus, UNE is offering a suite of lab sciences and humanities courses that meet the needs of a broad range of undergraduate students. All the 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 this semester in Tangier and plan ahead.
Courses with fewer than five students will not enroll.
|CHE 210 Organic Chemistry I||5|
|PHY 110 Physics I||4|
|BIO 209 Intro Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|BIO 242 Applied Microbiology||4|
|ARB 101 Basic Arabic|
|SOC 212 Culture & Society Morocco|
|PSC 316 America in the 1960's|
|ARH 333 Moroccan Theatre & Social Change|
|BIO 404 Neuroscience||4|
|HWOS 414 Stress Management|
|HWOS 405 Occupational Science|
|CHE 211 Organic Chemistry II||5|
|PHY 111 Physics II||4|
|Language Course (Arabic)||3|
|Representation and Identity in Moroccan Visual Arts||3|
|Forms of Narrative: A Critical Reading of the Moroccan Novel||3|
|Advanced Studies Course||3|
|Advanced Studies Course||3|
As you take courses in the sciences, humanities and language, you have the option of living on campus or with host families. You may travel to other parts of Morocco, such as Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh, and explore the natural wonders of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert. You can also connect with our program in Seville, Spain, and visit other European countries from the Tangier airport or from Seville.