Boston, MA and London, England (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
CAPA International Education is pleased to announce the launch of their new website http://www.CAPA.org designed to highlight their commitment to personalized learning, academic rigor and cultural engagement. These three areas support CAPA’s mission to provide meaningful learning abroad experiences that challenge and inspire students to analyze and explore complex political, cultural and social landscapes within urban environments.
CAPA International Education’s biggest focus for the new website was to improve navigation for all users. “We feel that we have achieved this to a great extent, and will continue to enhance the site, adding features and functionality over the next several months to give students, institutions, families, and alumni the best user-experience possible,” said David Enda, Vice President of Marketing for CAPA International Education.
CAPA’s President, John Christian remarked, “The first thing you will notice when you come to our new website is that we start by asking you to identify yourself as a student, institutional representative, family, or alumni. This allows the user to be directed to the page of the website that has been designed just for them. This personalized approach is a key part of CAPA’s new identity.”
For more information and to experience the new site firsthand, please visit http://www.CAPA.org
About CAPA International Education
CAPA International Education has been a global leader for innovative academic learning abroad since 1972. By providing a self-driven, self-selecting and self-identifying experience, CAPA International Education enables the student to be in charge of defining their international learning experience and what it will incorporate. With both individual and group based study abroad programs, CAPA delivers quality experiential education across the globe. With programs located on four continents in seven countries, students are taught using a tested and proven educational program called MyEducation which blends theme based classroom learning and experiential learning to give students the context they need to expand their understanding of the world in which they live. For more information, please visit http://www.capa.org/.