Make Africa Your Classroom

Embark on a Transformative Learning Journey


Each one of our Faculty-Led programs are customized according to your specific needs and learning outcomes, offering a unique, transforming African experience.

Each of our School programs are custom-developed to suit your unique requirements.

Delivered online and facilitated by a trained program team, this platform offers a framework for meaningful transnational and intercultural experiences and collaboration.
Our Service Learning Projects are designed by the communities they support to give students a real opportunity to engage in meaningful community service while strengthening their skills and gaining rich life experiences

Spend 4-8 weeks on a transformative learning journey in Africa — and put your career on an exciting new trajectory.

Want To Expand Your Horizons Academically, Personally And Professionally?

At EDU Africa, we believe every journey with us to Africa gives students the opportunity to learn and transform through cross-cultural engagements and personal reflection, by exploring global issues, exchanging knowledge, and gaining practical experience whether in-country or online.

We value innovation and collaboration and will support you every step of the way as we customize a program that meets your learning goals. 

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An African journey to meet every learning goal.

As a bicultural social worker in training and researcher, this session affirmed my belief that educational enrichment can be wonderful virtually. Well done EDU Africa.

- Cecelela T. | University of Michigan -

I wanted to take a moment and thank you and your team for all that you did to make our first program a success. The program was incredible from start to finish, and the students found each of the activities to be inspirational, educational, and informative. One student noted in her final assignment that she learned something from each and every visit and interaction.

- Dr. Sarah Daly | St. Vincent College -

Fundamentally, I’m sold on Edu Africa’s ability to put together a virtual session, and I’ll be in touch about using them for our upcoming virtual programming.

- Jon Stauff, Assistant VP | South Dakota State University -

Connecting virtually to locals in Tanzania sparked challenging conversations, critical thinking, and connection. Thank you EDU Africa!

- Kristen Connolly | Pediatric Doctor of Physical Therapy -

This experience was life-changing. It provided me with a great opportunity to engage with new people and to learn in a multi-faceted way. I truly feel that I am a positively-changed person through embarking on this journey.

- Tiayé | Wake Forest University -

“The things I experienced gave me a new perspective on different cultures and what it means for my culture to be only one part of the whole world. I was transformed by the joy and kindness this culture brings to others.”

- Jessica | Carthage College -

This trip was better and more than anything imagined. What a great company with the best staff! You all have been so incredible and I am homesick for South Africa already. Thank you for everything. This trip means a renewed mindset and a redefined calling for me so sad to leave, but so blessed to leave with so many amazing memories.

- Quinn | Belmont University -

This virtual exchange was exceptional. The facilitators were able to push toward the learning objectives and allow space for thought, conversation and reflection, which can be difficult in virtual meetings.

- Dr. Bryan Rank | Arkansas Tech University -

Thank you for all your team did to facilitate our program. We thoroughly enjoyed working with you and all aspects of the trip were beyond expectations!

- Dr. Stephanie Cash | Shorter University -

I would highly recommend the services of EDU Africa! All the staff did an excellent job helping us learn and grow in the African Culture.

- Tammy Marshall | Cornerstone University -

This has been one of the most humbling and wonderful experiences I’ve ever had. Will definitely be recommending others to come.

- Caroline Gamwell | Northwestern University -

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