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CEA Study Abroad Updates

At CEA, student safety, health, and well-being is our priority. While CEA cannot guarantee the absolute safety of any program participant, we have implemented safety protocols and established emergency response procedures across our program destinations. CEA advisors are also available to talk with students and parents; please call 1.800.266.4441 with any concerns or questions. Institutional representatives may contact the appropriate University Relations Director.


May 18, 2022
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For health and safety emergencies, please call (480) 290-3907



March 30, 2022
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CEA’s Statement on the Conflict in Ukraine

The events that have been unfolding in Ukraine have been difficult to watch. Each day we see more heartbreaking news from Ukraine, most tragically the loss of innocent lives and the displacement of millions of Ukrainians. 

We stand in direct opposition of the war against Ukraine, and we stand in solidarity with all who have been affected. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the people impacted. 

We know that studying abroad has a profound impact on the connectedness of our world. We hope you’ll join us in donating to the IIE Emergency Student Fund, or in supporting refugees from Ukraine and around the globe.

While our programs in Europe have not been directly impacted, students, staff, and faculty are always our number one priority. We continue to watch this and all global developments that have any potential impact on our programs. 


March 02, 2022
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Ukraine Update

CEA is closely monitoring the ongoing situation between Russia and Ukraine. Currently, there is minimal risk to the physical safety of CEA program participants in Europe as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We do not expect the situation to impact any CEA program location.

Due to the risks and challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to strongly discourage any international travel outside of a student’s program country. We further strongly recommend that students avoid any personal travel to Russia, Ukraine, and immediate surrounding regions as well as avoid protests or demonstrations as they can escalate quickly.

This situation can carry a heavy mental burden and may be stressful for students abroad. We encourage CEA students to take advantage of remote or in-person counseling which is available through our CISI student insurance with a nominal deductible.

CEA will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves and update our students and partners accordingly. At this time, we do not foresee any changes to current or upcoming CEA programs.

Our hearts are with the people of Ukraine and our deepest sympathies go out to all who have been affected by these events.