South Africa: Cape Town, Johannesburg and Kruger National Park
May 15-30, 2022
The South African faculty and professional overseas study program provide an opportunity for all participants to experience firsthand the unique business challenges of Sub-Saharan Africa as they travel to Southern Africa to participate in numerous business and academic site visits, culture tours and academic and professional seminars.
Sponsored and managed by the South Carolina CIBER team, the program is co-sponsored by several other CIBER universities. Scheduled visits include embassies and consulates, governmental and nongovernmental agencies, financial and banking institutions, ICT companies, agri-business, colleges and universities, women's entrepreneurship programs, renewable and sustainable energy, ecotourism sites and other major industries in the Southern African region.
FDIB-Africa Program fees (round-trip airfare not included) for either program are:
- Faculty/professional participants: $6,000
- Spouse/adult guest of participant: $5,000
- Doctoral/graduate students: $5,000
The program is capped at a maximum of 22 total participants and guests (including program leaders) on a first-come, first-served basis, although priority will be given to those applicants who were confirmed for the May 2020 and May 2021 programs cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The official application deadline is March 1, 2022 via the online application only, although the program historically fills well before the published deadline. A waiting list (in case of cancellation by admitted participants) will also be on a first-come, first-served basis and will be active until March 31, 2022.
UPDATE: Both the application and waiting list deadlines have passed, and the participant list is officially closed as of April 28, 2022. No one on the waiting list has been approved to participate. Thank everyone for your application to the 2022 program.
There are several other CIBER FDIB overseas study programs — in both summer and winter — offered by other CIBER schools and consortia, including programs to the Middle East (UAE, Egypt and Oman), China, Australia, Cuba, Ireland, Peru/Colombia, Chile, Brazil/Argentina/Chile and Hong Kong. For more information concerning all CIBER FDIB Programs — both domestic and overseas — please visit CIBERweb.