What's New at CEA
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Studying abroad may not be a new idea, but its definition is constantly evolving. Our field continues to grapple with how to increase study abroad’s accessibility to diverse student populations with different financial needs and to majors with rigid requirements. Facing these challenges head-on requires flexibility and the willingness to try something new. We can’t do it alone.
Student and university feedback drives CEA’s program development. This is what sets us apart: our desire to be responsive to student needs, to put our university partners first, and to create real solutions that make a real difference. These values are at the heart of who we are and what we do.
CEA has proudly created the following new programs as a result of student and university input, and we’re thrilled to share them with you.
As a cosmopolitan hub for Latin American business, Bogotá serves as the background for a dynamic semester program at the Universidad de La Sabana, starting Fall 2019. CEA students study alongside local students, and thanks to La Sabana’s English-speaking requirement, there is no need to speak Spanish fluently. The wide range of courses allows students to delve into business, communication, engineering, psychology, and more.
Crowning the Danube River on both sides, Budapest is a hidden gem of Central Europe, a city dating all the way back to the ancient Roman Empire with a rich and fascinating history to match. Learn more about the impact of World War II and the Soviet Union’s occupation of the Hungarian capital simply by exploring the city streets and monuments, surrounded with architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Baroque to Art Nouveau. The city’s many flowering gardens and green parks, some of which you can find on the seven islands dotting the Danube, will keep you connected to nature while you study abroad in Budapest. Study abroad in Budapest, a uniquely charming and different European city, to further your education and improve your future.
Italy’s second most populous city offers the best of Italian culture with fewer tourists than Rome and Florence. Milan boasts a reputation as a world capital of high fashion, design, and architecture, while also being the financial capital of Italy. The opportunities for rewarding international internship placements here are endless. While you experience an internship abroad in Milan, indulge in sophisticated Italian cuisine and discover why this city holds the most Michelin stars in the country. Appreciate the beauty and cool of the always well-dressed locals, who rival Parisians in their commitment to stylishness. Fall in love with Italy here as you prepare for your future.
Programs Available: Internship in Milan
With a world-famous cityscape unfolding around its iconic Opera House and Harbor Bridge, Sydney is an unforgettable gateway to the Australian continent. Being an intern abroad in Sydney gives you the chance to enjoy miles of gorgeous white sand beaches, get up close to Australian wildlife at the Taronga Zoo, experience the city’s multicultural population through delicious food, and explore the country’s great outdoors in beautiful coastal weather. Consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, Sydney offers the perfect combination of fun and pre-professional opportunity.
Programs Available: Internship in Sydney
STEM in Alicante, Buenos Aires, & Dublin
With our continued efforts to support discipline-based advising, we’re growing our STEM program and course offerings! None of which would be possible without the support of U.S. university partners. We sincerely appreciate your expertise and guidance in our program and curriculum development initiatives.
Organic Chemistry I with a lab will be available in Alicante beginning in summer 2020. This 6-week program allows students to complete one of the more difficult science courses abroad, in a small class setting. Students can fulfill a gen-ed credit by taking a Spanish Culture & Civilization course.
We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership with Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA). Regarded as one of the best engineering schools in Latin America, and a member of the GE3, CEA has partnered with ITBAS to offer summer courses, taught in English, geared toward rising sophomores.
We are excited to add a program to our engineering portfolio in an English-speaking destination. This summer program will feature Physics II with a lab, a commonly sought course across engineering majors. Students may choose to exclusively take this course or to add another course for elective or gen-ed credit.
Internships in Madrid
We are excited to expand our CEA internships portfolio into another Spanish-speaking destination: Madrid, Spain! This program will be available in the semester and summer terms through our partner Universidad Antonio de Nebrija. It will cater to students at a high intermediate Spanish language level in a variety of career fields including business, communication, engineering, finance, marketing, management, information technology, and many more.
Supply Chain Management in Dublin
Students enrolled in the summer Supply Chain Management in Micro-Distilleries program will study the commercial strategies required to get the right product to the right place at the right time through the lens of the booming Irish micro-distilleries. Active learning opportunities take students to local distilleries to learn how they handle the increasing demands to make their products available, which includes decisions such as choice of retailers and brand management.
Tourism & Hospitality Management in Barcelona
We’re expanding our partnership with CETT-University of Barcelona to offer five summer program tracks focused on Gastronomy & Cooking, Marketing of Services Successful Sales Management, Innovative Design Concepts for Services in Gastronomy & Culinary Businesses, Sports Management, and Events Management. Students spend four weeks immersed in the selected area of study and gain hands-on experience through company visits as well as field trips.
Be Part of the Conversation
We strive to develop our curriculum and programming to meet the ever-changing needs of students. Have you identified gaps in your study abroad offerings? Got a major that most study abroad programs don’t accommodate well enough? We invite you
to be part of the conversation. Share your challenges with us and let’s figure out how we can solve them together.