Dobrý den (good day)! In this video, I introduce myself and give you a quick walk-through of my apartment here in Praha. I can’t wait to share more of my adventures abroad with you!

Today I woke up craving something hot, sweet, and preferably with whipped cream (chantilly, to be precise). Out my window, all I could see was gray sky, wind, and that light kind of rain that is just icy enough to plague your get-ready ritual with questions like, “Should I just stay in bed watching Trueblood re-runs?”, “What is the sweater to sweat ration on the metro today?” and “Where the heck is my umbrella?” With the help of some delicious Tumblr inspiration and the energy of my Parisian…

Before taking the Fashion Marketing & Merchandising class at CEA in Florence, I’d never considered all the work that goes into making a piece of clothing.  While I have noticed direct marketing to the consumers, I never knew that textile makers must market their products to their buyers.  During our class visit to the Pitti Filati fashion trade show in Florence with Professor Tamara Evans, we saw how fabric companies create unique product displays to stand out from other companies and appeal to buyers.  One rather elaborate display…

They’ve blogged, they’ve photographed, they’ve filmed, and now, their efforts have paid off! The first official Spring 2012 MOJOs have been chosen and they are eager to introduce themselves to you. So without further ado, we give you the seven MOJOs of Spring 2012.   Kenneth Wallach – CEA MOJO in BarcelonaA junior at the University of Delaware, my interests have led me to pursue a degree in English while minoring in both Jewish Studies and Pyschology.    Adam Joseph – CEA MOJO in Paris I am currently…

Considering Seville or Buenos Aires for your study abroad adventure in the approaching semesters? Get to know both of these destinations in a more personalized way as you page through our newest CEA City Guides, chalk-full of recommendations, city facts, academic hot topics, a map and more. Flourishing with authentic Spanish food, flamenco and a fiery culture, Seville promises adventurous experience around every city corner. Live like the Sevillanos do and allow CEA’s Personal City Guide to lead you through the pulsating streets of this Andalusian city. Encounter…

Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Latin American & Integrated Studies, International Business…the list goes on. You read the program titles on the programs page of CEA’s Buenos Aires options, but they don’t mean much to you. Sure, they give you a taste of the type of courses offered per program, but you crave to sample the juicy meat behind the outward facing skin – you want a student rundown of the experience. Well, in the somewhat-tweaked words of our British friends The Beatles, we’ll get you by with…

Mr. Ge Jun Last month we had a great lecture given by Mr. Ge Jun – an elementary school teacher from a remote mountain area in Guizhou. Mr. Ge Jun is one of my most respected friends. I first met Jun in an international business class in Beijing 11 years ago. Jun was a non-registered student from a remote village in Guizhou mountain area, and worked as an employee of our school doing almost any type of job that you could think of: copying documents, delivering mail, cleaning classrooms, etc. In return, the…

  CEA Global Education and the University of Arizona are partnering to promote a unique study abroad experience unlike any of their other respective offerings.  The Arizona in Ukraine program springs from the successful Arizona in Yalta summer program that provides students with a taste of what life is like in a post-Soviet nation that is in the process of establishing itself as a viable democracy in 21st Century Europe. This partnership builds on CEA’s assistance with several custom faculty-led programs through the University of Arizona and provides…

CEA Global Education wishes Sunshine Acres Children’s Home and you a Happy Holidays! CEA Global Education is excited to wish the Sunshine Acres Children’s Home a Happy Holiday! This year, CEA staff donated holiday gifts to 40 children at the home in Mesa, Ariz. Founded in 1954 by Rev. Jim and Vera Dingman, Sunshine Acres has provided a home to more than 1,600 children, ages 5-14 at the time of admission. Once admitted, a child may stay as long as he or she wants, even into early adulthood…