In April, students from Maryville College spent two weeks in Greece enjoying breathtaking views, touring museums, and analyzing sculptures and many great pieces of architecture from the height of the Greek civilization. Through guided visits, independent explorations, organized events, and personal interviews students were exposed to Greek culture from antiquity to the modern day. We […]
CEPA is going to attend the NAFSA Annual Conference from May 26-31, 2019 in Washington, DC. Don’t miss the great opportunity to meet with us in person! We welcome your meeting request to learn more about your study abroad initiatives and goals for 2019/2020 and beyond. Schedule your meeting with Uli Leibrecht or stop by […]
Italy has a rich cultural history and entrepreneurial heritage, so it is also a great place for innovation and start-ups. The IB495 class at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Collat School of Business spent one week in Italy exploring Bologna, Sant’Agata, Verona, Grezzana, and Milan. The study abroad program focussed on the evaluation of […]
This year, CEPA will attend the Forum’s 15th Annual Conference in Denver as a member of the Global Learning Collective. The Global Learning Collective represents a collaboration of five independent organizations that share similar values and the same commitment for meaningful international education: CEPA – offering faculty-led programs in Europe Asia Institute – offering faculty-led programs in […]
10:04 pm (CET) According to local media reports, a gunman opened fire near the Strasbourg Christmas market. All students at the European Study Center (ESC) Strasbourg are safe and accounted for. Students, faculty, and staff have been asked to stay at the Château, and all students have been directed to avoid the city center.
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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.