Coming Soon, Judy's Updates

Judy who is an Accounting Major and Photography Minor is Junior at Baruch College. This is her first time traveling to Korea and although she has no knowledge of the Korean language, she is excited to embrace the culture and language, and see how this experience will change her.  For the trip she will bring along her 35mm film camera, her slr camera and her digital camera to capture every special moment and to document her life in Korea.

Why I Loved my Autumn Abroad

One thing about studying abroad that I wasn’t prepared for was the concept that I wasn’t only studying in a place, but also at a specific time. In the early stages of planning, you probably won’t think of it that way, but there are a lot of timing factors that will influence your study abroad experience. I studied in London during the fall of 2012 and I have almost always explained my experience in precisely that way.

World events and a new perspective

Becoming a Local in Spain

My name is Mary Schmidt and I just recently returned from a semester abroad. I had the opportunity to travel to Barcelona, Spain and participate in CEA’s International Business program, which was very unique. I took two courses at the CEA Study Center with students from all over the United States, and other courses at a local university in Barcelona called Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.

4 Reasons to Engage in a Service Learning or Internship Placement Abroad

As the workplace becomes more global — and more emphasis is placed on intercultural communication — setting yourself apart in the job market is more important than ever. While study abroad is an incredible way to heighten any résumé, a service learning or internship placement abroad takes these invaluable skills to an entirely new level.

Engage with the culture on another level

5 Tips For Living in Paris

As a CEA Alumni Ambassador, my job often includes talking about my own study abroad experience in Paris. I completely fell in love with France from day one, but being a foreigner in any country takes some getting used to. Here are five tips that are guaranteed to make people mistake you for the ultimate Parisian from the moment you arrive on French soil:

1. Bring reusable bags

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