Friday, April 27, 2007

Description: Study abroad in Alicante, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Salamanca,
or Seville with CEA on a summer, semester, year or trimester program. Courses are offered in both English and Spanish in a wide variety of subject areas at our partner
institutions. Or, choose to study at the CEA Study Center in Barcelona, where
the city becomes your true classroom.

Highlights: CEA programs in Spain enable you to use the city as your true
classroom, earn college credit toward your degree, learn a new language, participate in immersion activities, travel the world and more, all in one semester, summer, year or short-term program. The programs in each of our 6 cities are designed to help meet the

needs of today's college student. You'll find a variety of courses, offered in
both English and Spanish, where you will be able to test your language and
academic skills.

New! Study Abroad Programs in

* Spain
SpainBarcelona: Barcelona Alicante:
* Alicante Granada: Granada
* Madrid Salamanca: Salamanca
Seville: Seville (Sevilla)
Term: Academic Year, Fall,

Spring, Summer,


Winter Dates: The main Studying Subject area in Spain Accounting .Anthropology . Art . History
Biology(General) Business

Admin. & Mngmt.
Communications. Culture
Economics .Education
Environmental Studies .


Geography .History
Humanities .International Business
International Relations .Law
Linguistics .Literature
Marketing, Ad., & PR
Mathematics .Music

Philosophy .Political Science/Politics

Psychology .Sociology


Studying Abroad
Studying abroad can be a fun and safe
experience but it is important to realizethat you are subject to the laws and
customs of another country. Here are sometips prepared by the Office of
Overseas Services to help keep you prepared andsafe.

# Although most trips abroad are trouble free,
being prepared will go a long
way to avoiding the possibility of serious trouble.
# Become familiar with the basic laws and
customs of the country you plan to visit before you travel.

Preparing for Your Trip Abroad Apply early for your passport and, if necessary, any visas: Passports arerequired to enter and/or depart most countries around the world. Apply for
apassport as soon as possible. Some countries also require U.S. citizens
toobtain visas before entering. Most countries require visitors who are
planningto study or work abroad to obtain visas before entering. Check with
the embassyof the foreign country that you are planning to visit for
up-to-date visa andother entry requirements.

Learn about the countries that you plan to visit. Before departing, take the time to do some research about the people and their culture, and any problems that the country is experiencing
that may affect your travel plans.

The Department of State publishes Background Notes on about 170 countries. These brief, factual pamphlets contain information on each country''s culture, history, geography, economy,
government, and current political situation. Find out what information your
school offers. Find out whether your school offers additional information for
students who are planning to study, travel, or work abroad.

Many student advisors can provide you with information about studying or working abroad. They may also be able to provide you with information on any travel benefits for students (e.g. how to save money on transportation and accommodations, and other resources.) Before
committing yourself or your finances, find out about the organization and what
it offers. The majority of private programs for vacation,


study or work abroad are reputable and financially sound. However, some charge exorbitant fees, use deliberately false "educational" claims, and provide working conditions far different from those advertised. Even programs of legitimate organizations can be poorly administered