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This is the first step in applying to be part of NNU’s first cohort to be part of the inaugural ANU Semester Exchange Program; 15 applicants will be selected to participate. DEADLINE EXTEND!
NOW DUE: THURSDAY, MARCH 31
This is the second step in applying to be part of NNU’s first cohort to be part of the inaugural ANU Semester Exchange Program. Please consult with your advisor to ensure the program is a good fit for you and to identify courses that you can take that will keep you on track for graduation. You must have received pre-approval in the previous step before completing this step.DUE: SUNDAY, MAY 1
This is the third step in applying to be part of the inaugural ANU Semester Exchange Program. You must have completed your pre-approval and final approval forms and be approved to participate in the program by NNU before completing this step. We will complete this step together as a cohort.
Once you have been fully approved to participate in the program, you will need to apply for a Visa. We will complete this step together as a cohort.
The costs for your ANU Semester abroad will be similar to what you normally pay for a semester at NNU. Additionally, you will be able to apply the majority of your financial aid to help finance the experience. You will be responsible for your travel to and from Kenya, your cultural excursions and any necessary documentation. This will be further discussed in upcoming meetings. A deposit will need to be made to confirm your spot in the program.
DEPOSIT DUE: SUNDAY, MAY 1
Because of the service component that is part of this program, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of fundraising opportunities to help cover any additional costs. More details will be available soon.
There will be several different service opportunities in which you can participate. These include working alongside Maasai villagers to complete a project that brings solar power to a Christian school in Empash, supporting school kids in a Methare slum, caring for children in Nairobi area orphanages, serving as a “big sister” for rescued trafficked girls at New Scent Center and/or participating in worship team ministry in Nairobi area rural churches near ANU.
Our priority is ensuring your health and safety. We are closely monitoring both COVID protocols and other safety conditions in Nairobi and will continue to do so as travel dates approach. We will be communicating with participating students and families as relevant health and safety information is available.
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