study abroad, studying abroad

Studying abroad is often touted as a way to explore the world, earn college credits, learn a new language, gain independence, etc..but what about life after studying abroad? How will all...

Most study abroad students start with the same dream: strolling the streets of Paris, café au lait and baguette in hand; exploring the plush rainforests of Costa Rica; or tasting curious, brightly colored...

When I was preparing to study abroad in Ireland, I was given a lot of advice: What the educational system would be like, how and what to pack, how rainy the weather would...

You’ve heard about study abroad programs. Maybe you’re ready to select one, or you still want to know a little more about how it works. If this sounds like you, we...

For Washington State University (WSU) students who are the first in their families to attend college, the First-Generation Abroad program (FGA) is turning study abroad dreams into reality. The program gives...

Many of you may be in that exciting stage in your pre-study abroad journey where you are collecting any and all information you can about things to do in your host...

alumni, San Jose, Costa Rica

Remember all those new friends you made during your study abroad experience? Could you imagine if one of those friends was the love of your life? It sounds too good to be...

Victor Liu, CEA Associate Alumni Ambassador and sophomore at Northwestern University, studied abroad in Prague during the summer of 2015. Since returning from his program, he joined the Ambassador team to...

How have you accomplished your 2016 goals? For Spring 2016 study abroad students, things are already full-speed ahead with departures and last-minute preparations. To tag along on their classes in Italian,...

Amy Johnson is a CEA Paris alumna (Spring ’14), recent grad from The University of Arizona (Spring’15), and is currently a CEA Alumni On-Site Ambassador in Paris, France.   Our CEA...