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Diversity Abroad 2019 Conference

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Diversity Abroad 2019 Conference

Dates

March 2 - 5, 2019


Location

Boston Park Plaza | Boston, Massachusetts

Diversity Abroad 2019 Conference Highlights

Join CEA at the 2019 Diversity Abroad Conference to participate in the nation’s leading forum on student diversity in international education. You’ll get the chance to network with your peers, learn about the latest initiatives to support underrepresented students, and contribute your ideas to the ongoing dialogue on diversity. This year’s conference theme is “equity and opportunity through inclusive global education.” For more information on the Diversity Abroad 2019 Conference and to register your spot, visit Diversity Abroad’s website.  

Lee Sutherlin, Senior Vice President of University Relations and Marketing, and Sean Williams, Regional Director for the New England region, will represent CEA at this year’s conference. They look forward to meeting with you to find out more about your 2018 and share CEA’s latest developments. To connect with our attendees, click on their profiles below to find their contact information.   

CEA Updates


  • Our Newest Programs

    • Tourism & Hospitality Management in Barcelona 
    • Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Barcelona 
    • Psychology in Rome, Barcelona and Dublin (coming soon)
    • Health Science & Society in Seville 
    • Now partnering with ESSCA, an AACSB-approved university, in Paris and Shanghai 

  • Internships Abroad

    • Now offering 12 locations for semester and summer, PT and FT options 
    • Our latest internship program destination: Buenos Aires  
    • New career fields added across internship program locations  
    • Capstone project option now available in full-time internship programs  

  • New Program Destinations

    • Bogotá, Colombia  
    • Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Our Focus on the Non-traditional Student

    • Program development for Engineering students going strong in both semester and summer sessions
    • Greater attention to STEM students 
    • Commitment to developing first year experience opportunities in partnership with U.S. universities    

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