CEA Still Offering Opportunities For Students To Study Abroad For Spring 2009

October 28, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Tempe, AZ CEA, a leading study abroad and global education provider, is still accepting applications for the Spring 2009 semester in nearly all of its destinations. While many universities and other study abroad providers have closed their programs for Spring 2009, CEA provides later closure dates as a service to their students. CEA offers full semester programs at GlobalCampus destinations in Rome, Florence, Paris, Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona as well as through partnering universities in choice destinations throughout the world.

Many students have trouble meeting the early October deadlines of other study abroad providers and need the additional time that CEA provides to work out financial agreements or get courses approved by school advisors. CEA has numerous processes in place to help move students quickly and efficiently through the confirmation process. Each student is assigned a dedicated counselor to keep them up to date and informed on everything they need to successfully study abroad, from filling out medical questionnaires to obtaining a Visa. Important note: students should not delay as visa deadlines are at the discretion of each nation's consulate. Students are also provided an online To-Do list which is consistently monitored and updated to ensure that every student receives the personal attention they deserve.

Spring is a popular term among college students for studying abroad and with the variety of programs that CEA offers, students still have time to make a decision. In many CEA programs the closure date isn't until mid-November. Students not only have a chance to study abroad this Spring semester, but also can avoid the late application fees that other programs charge by enrolling with CEA. Students from a variety of disciplines and interested in destinations all over Latin America, Europe, South Africa, China and more, will be able to find a program that fits their needs. They will have the opportunity to study at one of our many partner institutions or at one of the six CEA GlobalCampus destinations, an option popular among students because of its interactive curriculum. A full listing of destinations, programs, courses, dates, and prices are available on our website, http://www.gowithcea.com/.

About CEA
Established in 1996, CEA has grown into one of the largest for-profit international education providers in the U.S. CEA is a student-focused organization offering more than 100 higher education academic programs for colleges, universities and high schools worldwide. CEA enrolls over 4,000 students annually, including 1,750 students in CEA's Global Campus Network (located in Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Paris, Florence, Rome) and at 40 additional partner universities located throughout Eastern and Western Europe, Latin America, Australia, South Africa and China.

The CEA GlobalCampus Network is partnered with the University of New Haven to create a collection of campuses worldwide designed to provide active, hands-on, experiential learning opportunities. For more information, visit http://www.GoWithCEA.com.

CEA is a privately held company located in Tempe, Arizona.