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CEA plans to welcome students abroad in 2021 and 2022 terms. We have developed and continue to refine our COVID-19 protocols, and are actively monitoring the global health landscape to support the safety of our students and staff.

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Where Will Your Learning Take You?

Where Will Your Learning Take You?


Take courses taught by expert instructors from around the world and gain an international perspective from the comfort of your home. CEA virtual programs provide students with the opportunity to study topics specific to a country or culture as well as tackle subjects that are global in nature. Students earn a truly global education even when they cannot travel. These programs provide experience learning and working as part of a team in a global community, a skill valued by employers and will put you at the top of the résumé pile.


Home to Buenos Aires, the country’s capital city that boasts the 13th-largest economy among the world’s cities and is home to immigrants from all over the world, Argentina lies in Southern South America. Bordering the South Atlantic Ocean between Chile and Uruguay, the wedge-shaped country has a varied terrain, with the rich Pampas plains in northern half, Patagonia’s rolling plateau in south, and the rugged Andes along its western border.


From the colorful Great Barrier Reef in the northeast to the deserts of the southwest, Australia’s diverse climates and cities have something for everyone. Known for its laidback lifestyle and as the home of the “Outback,” you’ll truly broaden your horizons while exploring this new, rich culture and landscape.


The Republic of Chile boasts some of South America’s most diverse terrain; drastically changing from desert in the north to a mountainous, Alpine-like south. Chile has a total population of 18 million, roughly six million live in its capital city, Santiago.

Costa Rica

Nestled between Nicaragua and Panama, the Republic of Costa Rica is a Central American country of great natural beauty. It’s centrally located capital city of San Jose has a population of roughly 300, 000 out of a total population of roughly five million.

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic, located in Eastern Europe is the heart of ancient Bohemia. Today, its history is echoed in its Gothic and Baroque architecture, in particular its capital city of Prague, which was spared destruction of its architectural legacy during WWII.


The land of Shakespeare, the Queen and Brexit. For a small island nation, England is a powerhouse, both historically and economically. London, its capital city is a global center of finance and culture, and with a population of roughly nine million.


The former land of the Gauls, France is a nation of strong national pride and many notable cultural contributions. Its capital city, Paris, the undisputed heart of the country, boasts some of the finest art and architecture to be found in Western Europe.


A land of castles and hot springs, accomplished classical musicians and composers, locally produced wine and postcard-worthy architecture, Hungary has something for every taste. 


Ireland is a study in contrasts; where else can you visit a prehistoric tomb, see a 9th century manuscript, take in a GAA football match, and enjoy a pint at Davy Byrne’s pub, all in the same day?


Italy has arguably contributed more to the Western world than any other country. From the expansion of the Roman Empire to the spread of the Renaissance and Christianity, there’s no underestimating Italy’s cultural contributions.


With a population of 17.25 million living within around 16,000 square miles, the Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, and 50% of the country is only 3 feet above sea level.

South Africa

With eleven different official languages, a racially and ethnically mixed population, and a human history dating back three million years, South Africa is truly unique among study abroad destinations. Living here will tap into your potential for understanding the world outside your home country and coexisting with others who are dramatically different from you.


Due to its location and history, Spain has its own special blend of influences. From Islamic elements noted in Spanish architecture to the Spanish guitar, there are many lasting remnants of invaders who ruled the Iberian Peninsula between 711and 997 CE.