Student group in Beijing
CET is excited to announce a new avenue for high school students looking for unique study abroad opportunities for 2010. CET has now teamed up with Smithsonian Journeys and will offer study programs in Spain, Italy, and China for 2010.
CET Academic Programs is a private study abroad organization based in Washington, DC that has been designing and administering innovative educational programs abroad since 1982. CET is known for their high academic standards, innovative approaches to teaching and careful student management. Their programs integrate students into their overseas communities and lead them to create lasting relationships with their local hosts. Staffed by over 40 full-time employees in the US and abroad, CET currently sends around 1000 US students abroad annually.
Smithsonian Journeys will be offering Smithsonian Studies Abroad programs in Italy, Spain, and China summer programs geared specifically to high school students looking to take advantage of the benefits of studying abroad programs.
Students in Avila, Spain
These programs will include;
Rigorous courses of study led by highly qualified teaching staff.
All programs feature a language component, cultural explorations, sightseeing, and weekend excursions.
Student accommodations feature modern facilities, internet service, most meals, and a dedicated full-time residential staff.
More about the programs;
• Florence, Italy –Renaissance Treasures
Florence offers an ideal location for students to study Italy’s rich artistic and cultural legacy. Surrounded by brilliant art and architecture, students will be uniquely immersed in contemporary Tuscan life with many opportunities to practice their language skills.
• Avila, Spain – Life in a Medievil Walled City
Located halfway between Madrid and Salamanca, medieval Avila is recognized as one of Spain’s most distinguished centers of learning. Students will strengthen existing Spanish skills during a comprehensive cultural course at the University of Salamanca.
• Beijing, China – The Heart of Imperial and Modern China
The Beijing program focuses on China’s extraordinary past and present. Students will reside at China’s top-rated Capital Normal University, located just outside of Beijing. Students will study Chinese politics, economics, history, and environmental policies, and gain a foundation in Chinese language.
To learn more, visit www.smithsonianjourneys.org
Also visit CET’s website to learn more here: www.cetacademicprograms.com