CEA’s QUIP recognition highlights our commitment
to enhancing our academic integrity, improving local operations and international
programming, continual compliance, and ongoing evaluation of policies and procedures.
The Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) is composed of institutional leaders engaged in advancing the international dimensions of higher education, including providing an effective voice on significant issues within international education; improving and promoting international education programming; establishing a professional network among international education institutional leaders; and cooperating with other national and international groups. AIEA gives members opportunities to join forces, exchange ideas, share institutional strategies, and provide an effective voice on matters of public policy. Founded in 1968, the Asociación de Programas Universitarios Norteamericanos en España (APUNE), facilitates international educational exchange between the U.S. and Spain. APUNE serves as forum for members to share best practices, common concerns, and developments, as well as an advocate for international educational programming focused on academic rigor and student orientation and immersion. Diversity Abroad is the leading professional organization dedicated to advancing policies and practices that support student diversity in international education. Comprised of educational institutions, government agencies, non-profits, and for-profit businesses, the Diversity Abroad Network seeks to provide educators with best practices, research, tools, and opportunities geared toward increasing access to international education for underrepresented students. Members of the network share their ideas, experiences, and practices relevant to student diversity with the Diversity Abroad community, learning from each other and staying engaged with their individual commitments to diversifying global education. CEA is a proud member of the Diversity Abroad Network. With 16 European program destinations, CEA’s extensive presence in Europe necessitates close partnership and collaboration with our European international education colleagues. The Association for International Educators (EAIE) is comprised of more than 2,400 international education professionals whose goal is to further internationalize higher education around the globe. National Charter Member of The Forum on Education Abroad, the leading professional
organization for U.S.-based education abroad. The Forum is recognized by the U.S.
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as a Standards Development
Organization for the field of education abroad. As a founding member, CEA is committed
Standards of Good Practice, The
Forum Compass on ethical decision making in education abroad, and The
Guidelines for School of Record Relationships. Through both internal and
external assessment processes, and in conjunction with our School of Record—the
University of New Haven—CEA continually works to assure our study abroad programs
align with the nine Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad.
CEA is a Generation Study Abroad is a five-year initiative of the Institute of International Education (IIE) to mobilize resources and commitments with the goal of doubling the number of U.S. students studying abroad by the end of the decade. The initiative highlights a commitment to purposeful, innovative action aimed at encouraging more Americans to undertake a meaningful international experience through academic study abroad programs, as well as internships, service learning, and non-credit educational experiences. As the leading association in international education, NAFSA:
International Association of International Educators provides CEA with research
in educational good practice, policy advocacy, career training, and professional
development resources for all areas of educational administration, as well as networking
opportunities with its worldwide membership. CEA is a NAFSA Global Associate.
The National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) is a national association
of educators, businesses, and community leaders who advocate for the development
and improvement of experiential education programs and serve as a resource center
for the effective use of experience and reflection in teaching and learning at all
levels of education. CEA joins a nation-wide membership of U.S. colleges and universities
to support NSEE's Eight Principles of Good
Practice for All Experiential Learning Activities. We integrate these principles
our study abroad programs and base our CEA Study Centers’ active learning
pedagogy in experiential learning theory.