Study Abroad Students Turn to Technology to Meet Program Needs

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Innovative technology creates seamless process for students going abroad.

When college students decide to take school beyond the classroom walls of their home university, they look towards the latest and greatest technology to help get them there. From getting advice on study abroad destinations to organizing classes, living arrangements and financial aid, study abroad students are turning to providers who are innovative in their ways to help students.

Meeting these needs is study abroad programs provider Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA), found online at CEA leads the industry with student-oriented technology such as a recently redesigned website rich with advanced search tools that filter through a variety of destinations, languages, courses and more, as well as MyCEA Account, an online study abroad organizer personalized with their student profile, advisor, school, housing and study abroad destination.

Knowing that all of the relationships they build involve a virtual component, CEA has recently introduced an online chat feature to further help students find the right study abroad program for them. The online chat is integrated into CEA’s back-end system to allow for a seamless virtual interaction with their personal advisor, who is now just one click away.

According to Colleen Miller, Director of Enrollment at CEA, “Online chat has become a valuable tool for us, enabling us to meet the needs of today’s college students in a way in which most providers cannot. Students today need answers that are at their fingertips, or just a click away. CEA services can provide them that.”

For student interested in studying abroad, you can contact CEA via telephone, email or online chat. Visit their website at for more information. CEA’s application period for Fall programs will be closing shortly, so apply soon.

About Cultural Experiences Abroad

Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA) provides study abroad programs in Spain, England, Australia, France, Italy, Czech Republic, Costa Rica, Hungary, Ireland, Mexico, and Argentina. Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to improve foreign language skills by studying French in France or Italian in Italy along many other college courses. CEA overseas study programs provide higher education programs abroad for college students from the United States and Canada.

Students are able to study a variety of subject areas instructed in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Czech and Hungarian. Students may also take courses at the exclusive CEA GlobalCampus Network.


Kelly Martínez


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