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 […]
From November 7-8 students from the European Study Center in Heidelberg and Strasbourg attended the 6th International Symposium at the Château de Pourtalès, hosted by CEPA Foundation. Fall 2016 Topic: Conflict and Cooperation at EU Borders: Open or Closed Borders Are border regions helpless facing the immigration crisis? The symposium is funded through the Jean […]
Deciding on the dates for a faculty-led program in Europe can be a very difficult if not the most challenging decision of the development process. There is definitely no “one size fits all” and academic, financial, and cultural factors must all be considered. Why you should plan your faculty-led program during the fall break: * […]
Celebrations are in order for a group of 12 study abroad students and their faculty leader from the University of Florida. We are proud to share this event with them. This June marks a milestone for CEPA, welcoming our 100th study abroad group so far for the year. Approximately 35 more faculty-led programs from different […]
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Carbon emissions (CO2e) resulting from CEPA’s activities during the period from January to December 2021 have been calculated at 42 tons. CEPA’s carbon footprint has been offset by planting native trees at the Osa Conservation Area in Costa Rica, one of the most biologically intense places on earth.