We are excited to announce that Uli Leibrecht, Founder and Director of CEPA, will be one of the panelists at the “Re-Imagine: Innovations in Global Education” Conference. The conference is hosted by Asia Institute in conjunction with NAFSA in Philadelphia on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. It will highlight key innovations in the global education field, by bringing […]
The years have gone by so fast that we can hardly believe it ourselves! Starting out in 1997 as a small German tour operator, CEPA has developed into a thriving and successful leader in the field of study abroad and faculty-led programs. We are proud of and thankful for our long-standing, trusted university partnerships worldwide. […]
This June we are proud to celebrate the arrival of a group from Davenport University as our 100th study abroad group for 2017 with many more to come. We are happy to share this special moment with them. The group arrived on June 3rd in Milan with 14 students and their faculty leaders. They were […]
We are pleased to announce that CEPA made a donation of €25,000 to the organization “Kindern eine Chance e.V.” to support its charitable project in Vuelta Grande, Guatemala. Situated in the heart of Sacatepéquez County, the Mayan village “Vuelta Grande” is located only a few miles from Antigua. Almost 50% of the total population live […]
We are proud to announce that our European Study Center (ESC) in Heidelberg made it to the 10 Best Places to Study Abroad in 2017 featured in a recent article on https://www.rushmypassport.com. Top programs and locations were chosen according to the most popular, highly-rated programs on Abroad101. Read some student reviews on the ESC Heidelberg […]
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Carbon emissions (CO2e) resulting from CEPA’s activities during the period from January to December 2019 have been calculated at 74.96 tons. CEPA’s carbon footprint has been offset by planting 98 native trees at the Osa Conservation Area in Costa Rica, one of the most biologically intense places on earth.