As my semester in London comes to a close, I think it’s safe to say that it’s been an amazing ride.  In the span of a few months, I’ve been able...

Preparing to study abroad is no easy feat: you need to know what and how to pack, exchange rates, cultural differences, and everything in between.  Luckily, we’ve put together this little...

Since the semester is just about over, I thought I’d share some differences between the US and UK’s approach to higher education.  Although these differences weren’t that hard to get used...

The best part about London is that it has something for everyone.  With a wide array of clubs, pubs, restaurants, theatre, cinema, art, museums, shops, and parks, what’s not to love? ...

Being the history buff I am, I was very excited for the trip to Hampton Court Palace.  Like the rest of CEA’s excursions, it didn’t disappoint.  Everything from the architecture, design,...

While most of my CEA peers are attending school in central London, I’m studying in Harrow which is about a half hour away via tube.  As a whole, it has a...

Although I’ve been living in London for a month, there are still times where I say to myself: “Wow, I can’t believe I’m here.”  Several weeks ago, I was in the...

In the US, I am majoring in Media and Journalism.  As the semester moves along at the University of Westminster’s Harrow campus, I must say it has given me a new...

A gorgeous evening in London

Upon moving to London this semester, I had a lot of expectations. I was excited to get out of my comfort zone, meet new people, see new sights, try new food,...

A little bit of what you’ll see in this video is the CEA London program’s flat. It comes with linens and all the kitchenware a student could need. There is a family...