Tour around Antibes with me and you can see the life I am living right now in the French Riviera! There are so many great times to be had here on the Mediterranean. Stroll on the beach, admire the yachts, discover new, old streets, take the bus. And, of course, what would life be in France if you didn’t stop for coffee and tread every day? Enjoy the journey! Jamie CM is the Fall 2017 MOJO Blogger in the French Riviera, France.  She is currently a Junior studying…

The sun rises and here I am, in France. I was nervous for my four months abroad, but I knew I was right where I wanted to be. Everything in southern France is more beautiful than imaginable. Soon, I started to fall in love – with the architecture, the Mediterranean, the people, the food, the art and the culture. I learned that there is so much more to living than the every day grind life. Studying abroad truly taught me how to stop and smell the roses. My…

CEA Alumni Ambassador, Mika went to Paris, France with CEA and was inspired to keep travelling and learning about new cultures, after her first study abroad experience. In this video, she goes to Lebanon, to interview people about their culture. CEA Study Abroad creates inquisitive, open-minded, global students, expanding their horizons. Have a good alumni story? Submit it to alumni@ceastudyabroad.com Mika R. is a CEA Alumni. She studied Communications in Paris in the Spring of 2016 and is currently a graduate student studying Intercultural Communications at Illinois State University.

Before arriving in Barcelona, I didn’t have a clear idea of what I wanted out of my year abroad but I knew I wanted friends, I knew I wanted to meet locals, and I wanted to learn the language. I considered living in an apartment with friends thinking that it would be a more social option and I would have more space and privacy. After a lot of thought, however, I decided against the apartment and moved towards living in a homestay. I was incredibly nervous. The idea…

Studying abroad is a proven way to stand out from a sea of applicants when searching for a job. However, when combined with an international internship, studying abroad will distinguish you as a unique candidate who demonstrates drive, ambition, and flexibility. An international internship can allow you to… Show future employers that you are adaptable to new environments and possess a strong drive to learn Increase language proficiency through immersion Grow a network of global contacts Develop cross-cultural skills and global competence Gain experience in your desired field CEA offers summer…

5 days. 5 days is the amount of time I have left studying abroad here in Madrid. It feels like it was just yesterday that I had arrived in Madrid in September and now here I am about to close out my semester abroad. These past few days I really have been reflecting on my time here in Madrid. I’ve realized that in just over 4 months I have grown more than I thought I ever would and I have seen more than I ever thought possible. During…

For those like me, in the Communication, Media Studies, and Tourism Management program in Seville, you get to call yourself a student at EUSA. In this haven for media and creativity, you will see students working with video equipment, taking photographs, or collaborating on projects every day. EUSA is a small, private university with professors who have worked in the field and value hands on learning. At this school,  you have the opportunity to take classes in English or Spanish and with students from many different countries. Take…

In a couple weeks I leave Prague and head back home to California. It is crazy to think I have been here for four months. The time flew by, as I was told it would. It is hard to put in words what this experience has meant to me. I’ve tried to find the right adjective to place before the word, ‘experience,’ but each time I write one down, it doesn’t fully encompass my feelings. Perhaps this is because there is no single adjective to describe what studying…

It’s hard putting together the words to articulate how I’ve changed since my journey in Europe started four months ago. Its dream-like, independence-saturated foreign world filled with new experiences and sights already feels like a daytime reverie. It’s easy to show off the selfies, to squish the “candid” moments into perfect little squares, to show the souvenirs I’ve picked up along the way and the stories that come with them – it’s even easy to gush about the “most amazing four months of my life – ever,” but…

Take a glimpse into all the incredible experiences and opportunities that study abroad holds. These are just a few of the places, the buildings, the views, and the people that I have come across during my time abroad. The possibilities of adventure and new experiences are endless. The world is at your fingertips while you’re abroad, take advantage of every moment and go see all that it has to offer! Lauryn H. is the Fall 2017 MOJO Blogger in Madrid, Spain. She is currently a Senior studying Exercise…