London is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. There is so much around in the form of fashion and art. Every street, every corner, every wall, every store, and restaurant has its own unique look to it. The individual design of all the different areas is what makes traveling around the city so much fun. I haven’t been and hopefully will never be disappointed when I go somewhere, because I never really know what to expect. Every now and then I will get on…

  Brick Lane: This area is known for it’s hipsters and art work. Here you’ll find great vintage shops as well as contemporary fashion boutiques. Try a bagel, a beer, and the best Indian food you’ll ever have. Borough Market: This market is known for its selection of food. Whether you’re a carnivore of vegetarian, there’s something for you. Here I had the most amazing veggie burger ever and always drool over the beef. Camden Market: Known for its eclectic array of people–from Punks to fashionistas–the Camden Market…

It was like the summer before college again: choosing a dorm in which to spend what would surely be the best semester of my education. I remember comparing and contrasting every detail of every hall. Shared bathrooms? No thank you. Shared kitchens? Yes please. I’ll admit it, I made pro and con lists and a studied a few charts. I even researched the areas around each building.  Which had the best nightlife? Cheapest shopping? Easiest access from the Tube? I considered this among the most important decisions I…

Storytelling fervor, study abroad passion, a spark of ingenuity – the ingredients of a CEA MOJO. A CEA what?! A MOJO, also known as a mobile journalist, possesses the stuff of creative geniuses, determined to share stories of all kinds through a multitude of different channels. Amongst the students currently abroad this Spring 2012 semester in Buenos Aires, Prague, London, Paris, Florence, Rome, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid and Seville, CEA’s on the hunt for those interested in assuming this role as a CEA MOJO. What’s the job entail?  What…

Walking around your study abroad city isn’t the only way to investigate its culture. With local cuisines playing such a large role in a city’s personality, allow your taste buds to do some of the exploring for you, and sample as many traditional dishes as you can get your hungry hands on. Follow CEA’s London Program Director Harriet Clement as she eats her way through Britain. Bon Appétit!  Our Program Director Harriet! Traditional British Foods Fish and Chips Probably the UK’s best known traditional food, Fish and Chips…

The economic and financial capital of Europe, the city of London lives and breathes international business. Comparable only to New York in its size and power, the London Stock Exchange lists stocks from corporations around the world. The center of London, known as the City, houses Europe’s largest financial sector. What better place to learn about international business? Study abroad in London opens the door to countless experiences, including valuable insights into the world of business that you simply can’t learn anywhere else. When you choose CEA for…