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Insights Newsletter November 2019
A Message to Our University Partners
In this year’s final edition of our Insights Newsletter, we want to reflect briefly on the high points of the last 10 months and extend our gratitude to our U.S. university partners for engaging with us.
Since January 1, CEA has launched five new program destinations: Amsterdam, Budapest, Bogota, Milan, and Sydney. We expanded our internship program to Madrid, in partnership with the Universidad de Nebrija. In our commitment to STEM study abroad, we’ve brought an engineering program to Barcelona, Physics for Engineers to Dublin, engineering to Buenos Aires through a partnership with Instituto Tecnológica de Buenos Aires, and organic chemistry to Alicante. CEA Dublin now offers a Supply Chain Management program and Child Psychology, both during the summer. We’re excited to make international education possible for more students through these new programs.
In 2019, CEA attended 20 conferences, 133 conference meetings, and 291 study abroad fairs. We sent students abroad from 304 U.S. colleges and universities and attended 1,286 university meetings. We welcomed 100 people at our FORUM Conference reception and 133 people at our NAFSA Conference reception. Our University Regional Directors and other event attendees enjoyed spending time with so many colleagues in person, learning from them and working with them to improve international education for our students.
As much good as we have to look back on, we also have plenty to look forward to in 2020 and beyond, and we think you’ll agree our upcoming program updates are worth anticipating.
Changes are afoot in Argentina! The Buenos Aires Study Center programs have been reduced by $1,000 for fall 2020. Starting in spring 2021, students will find new hybrid programs and an academic calendar that aligns with that of our Argentine partners.
In continuation of our efforts to create programs for engineering students, we’re excited to launch a series focused on Computer Science. Many of these programs are opening with existing partners, but we’ve combed their course lists to ensure alignment with our U.S. partners’ degree programs. Highlighting where Computer Science students can find their courses will help make study abroad more accessible for them.
International Education week every November is an exciting time to be thinking about how CEA can best respond to and anticipate the student and university trends in study abroad. To expand the opportunities in nontraditional locations for students in typically underserved majors, we will be opening a series of programs in South Africa. Starting in 2021, students can choose a semester study abroad experience in Cape Town. Keep an eye on our website for specific program details soon!
CEA thanks you for your partnership, participation, support, trust, and collaboration in 2019. We look forward to growing our relationship with you in 2020, and we wish everyone on your campus a happy, successful new year.