FINAL WEEK TO SAVE $1000 Off Seville, $500 Off Barcelona
It’s the final week for CEA’s September Savings and if you haven’t yet taken advantage of our great study abroad offers you have two opportunities left! All students who sign up this week for a Spring 2009 program in Barcelona or Seville using the promotion code Spain09Savings will receive up to $1,000 off their program price. All you have to do is apply to the program by October 5th and you will receive the respective discounts for each destination.
- $500 off the Liberal Arts & Social Sciences program in Barcelona
- $1,000 off the Humanities & Spanish Language program in Seville
- Art, Culture and Diversity -Barcelona is home to a large number of deeply influential artists, such as Joan Miro, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and Antoni Gaudi. If you love art, you’re in for a treat! If you have yet to join the art crowd take advantage of this rare opportunity to enrich your artistic appreciation.
- CEA GlobalCampus – don’t spend all of your time abroad in a classroom! At the CEA GlobalCampus you’ll go beyond four walls for a hands-on, interactive learning experience.
- Location – located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea and just hours from France, Barcelona is the perfect place for beach lovers and travel gurus alike.
- Considered one of the most progressive cities in Spain – a major economic center and an important cultural destination, Barcelona provides a unique opportunity for Liberal Arts and Social Science study.
- Warm Weather and Beaches – Escape the winter and head for a warmer destination this Spring. Barcelona has 7 beaches and with average spring temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s you won’t miss the snow at all!
- CEA GlobalCampus – Explore this traditional Spanish culture and improve your language skills at the CEA GlobalCampus. This program offers a unique blend of classes designed to enhance your Spanish understanding and cultural immersion as well as provide you interesting and innovative Humanities courses.
- Tapas – If this was the only reason you went to Spain it would be a good one! Tapas, little dishes or snacks offered in almost any cafeteria, bar or restaurant throughout Spain, are a great way to sample Spanish food. This is also a very social and interactive Spanish tradition. But what exactly is all the fuss about? You’ll have to see for yourself.
- Fería de Abril - Be a part of the biggest celebration in Spain. This week long festival draws in people from all over Spain to take part in the round the clock spectacle of flamenco dancing, bullfighting, music, food and much more. While you might end up dancing the night away, be sure to partake in all the daily events that give you a look at Spanish traditions and cultural insights.
- The people - The sevillanos are warm and welcoming, loved for their charm and hospitality. You won’t find a friendlier bunch of Spaniards anywhere. They’re happy to welcome visitors, students, and anyone else who makes their way to Seville.
- The Vibe - On paper it’s one of Spain’s most important cities, but with the infectiously happy and laid back atmosphere, don’t be surprised to find yourself immersed in conversation with a friendly local as you stroll the streets. Plus you can’t beat the weather in the spring, with temperatures ranging from the low 70’s to mid 80’s, need we say more?
Remember this is the final week to save on study abroad programs with CEA’s September Savings event so call an advisor today!
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