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CEPA celebrates 20 years in study abroad today, June 23, 2017

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. […]

Welcoming our 100th study abroad group for 2017

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 […]

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European Study Center (ESC) Heidelberg made it to the 10 Best Places to Study Abroad in 2017!

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 […]

International symposium in Strasbourg a great success

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 […]

4 Reasons for Faculty-Led Programs in Fall

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: * […]

CEPA Safety Announcement: Shooting in Munich, Germany

10:26 pm (CET) Local media reported about a shooting near Olympia shopping mall. CEPA staff has confirmed that European Study Center (ESC) Heidelberg students, who are in Munich tonight, are safe and indoors. No other students are presently in Munich.

CEPA Safety Announcement: Attack in Nice, France

09:30 am (CET) Local media has reported that, last night, a truck driver mowed down night-time crowds celebrating Bastille Day on the seafront in Nice. CEPA staff has confirmed that all students and faculty members currently in Europe are accounted for and safe. No students are presently in Nice. We are staying in close touch […]

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100th student group hosted by CEPA in 2016

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 […]

CEPA Safety Announcement: Attacks in Brussels, Belgium

09:22 am (CET) Local media reported about bombings at Brussels airport and the Maelbeek metro station in the city center this morning. All CEPA students and faculty members currently in Europe are accounted for and safe. No students are presently in Brussels. We urge students to keep their cell phones turned on at all times […]