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Eco-tourism in South Africa: Students from MUM, South Africa, Spain to help develop Ezemvelo Nature Reserve
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26 January 2012
Opportunities abound for students and others to travel this spring semester as Maharishi University of Management Rotating University courses head to Mexico; South Africa; Vancouver, British Columbia; and the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington state in the US, as well as a course that will travel to innovative schools in the Midwest.
A goal of the Rotating University courses is to develop ''international citizens'' who understand and appreciate the cultures and traditions of nations around the world.
Eco-Tourism in South Africa
Students interested in developing a nature reserve in South Africa as an ecotourism destination are invited to join a course that will be offered April 30 through May 24.
In this course, MUM students will work both online and on-site with students at MUM's partner institutions, Maharishi Invincibility Institute in South Africa and the Universidad Europeana de Madrid in Spain, to develop the Ezemvelo Nature Reserve as an eco-tourism destination.
Ezemvelo is an 18-square-mile nature reserve about a 90-minute drive northeast of Johannesburg and a half-hour east of Pretoria.
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How to apply
For more about the Rotating University program at Maharishi University of Management—including how to apply for courses—please visit the Rotating University page on the MUM website, www.mum.edu.
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