Globalization creates tremendous opportunities for institutions of higher education around the world. By working together, countries can develop, maximize and maintain the quality of their academic, science and research institutions. Finding the right partner is the key.
CEPA Foundation has a network of contacts at colleges and universities throughout North America and Europe. We help open doors for them for international collaboration opportunities through our professional connections and extensive knowledge of the various higher education systems. We provide comprehensive support for institutions of higher education as they seek to internationalize their curricula.
To enhance the experience of university groups that come to Europe together with their faculty member(s), we locate and hire European adjunct faculty to teach additional courses while abroad. For these groups, we also arrange guest lectures at European universities and meetings with European students and faculty members to encourage intercultural discussions and to offer unique opportunities for diverse groups to get to know and learn from one another. Often such an occasion is the first step towards an enduring academic partnership.
We specifically facilitate transatlantic partnerships between institutions of higher education in Europe and North America. We find the perfect overseas partner for your exchange programs, and we also help you set up new programs and agreements.
Exchange programs as well as direct enrollment programs provide high-quality academic study abroad opportunities, particularly for students interested in maximizing their experiences abroad. As these types of rich educational programs become more prolific throughout Europe, CEPA Foundation is a trusted partner for any institution of higher education seeking to foster rich intercultural development among its students.
CEPA Foundation encourages and supports the personal and intellectual
development of students by exposing them to the perspectives and
cultures of other nations through a variety of international educational
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