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Mark Basier ('25), Dana Arneal ('24), Emma Lane ('23), and Emily Stewart ('24) after a truck ride in the Wadi Rum desert of Southern Jordan.
Gracie Bush ('24) exploring the Citadel in downtown Amman, Jordan
Students ride in a caravan in the Erg Chebbi Dunes of Tafilalet, Morocco.
Jeannie Williams ('21) visits Casablanca's Hassan II Mosque, the largest functioning mosque in Africa.
Catherine Stebbins ('19) explores the Neolithic ruins at the Citadel in downtown Amman, Jordan.
Flagship students represent Ole Miss on an excursion with the summer abroad program AALIM in Meknes, Morocco.
Students enjoy the desert sunset at Wadi Rum in the south of Jordan during one of many cultural excursions sponsored by MALIC in Amman, Jordan.
Dr. Asmaa Taha keeps her class engaged by offering a change of scenery.
Cynthia Bauer ('19) and Lauren Burns ('20) enjoying spring break in Cairo after semesters abroad.
Ustaza Yasmine and students prepare Koshari, a popular Egyptian dish, in the Honors College kitchen.
John Chappell ('19) enjoys traditional Bedouin tea.
Many of our students are inducted into the presitigous Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society each spring.
Arabic Flagship is one of just six federally-funded intensive Arabic programs in the country that equips students with professional proficiency & cultural competency for careers in international business, engineering, law, government work, corporate security, military, intel, think tanks, academia, and more.
Specially selected for their academic ability and devotion to language, Arabic Flagship students begin their journey with an intensive pre-freshman summer program during which they learn an entire year of Arabic.
Students progress their Arabic studies with intensive coursework each semester in addition to summers abroad and the Capstone Year abroad, for which they receive extensive funding.
Flagship students are expected to double major in a field of their choice to supplement their Arabic education. Most Flagship students participate in the Honors College and other Special Programs.