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Since 1990, participants have chosen Center for Study Abroad (CSA) for its high quality programs and wide range of study destinations. Through CSA, you can study Spanish in Mexico, French in Paris, or even Mandarin in Beijing.
CSA's mission is to provide quality study abroad programs at a lower cost and with maximum flexibility to best fit each participant. CSA offers accredited programs in safe locations with a very professional and caring staff. An on–site Director and on–campus staff assist students with any questions and concerns they may have. CSA is a member of the National Association of International Educators (NAFSA) and the Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
Why should you study abroad with CSA? Because CSA programs are:
Center for Study Abroad – Locations
CSA prides itself on offering a wide range of destinations around the globe. Programs are available in Europe, Central and South America, and Asia.
Central and South America
Asia and the South Pacific
Center for Study Abroad – Housing
CSA provides a range of housing options for program participants including on–campus student residences, off–campus student flats, and housing with local host families. Housing options vary by program. In most cases, housing is confirmed prior to arrival. For some university programs, however, housing is requested upon students' arrival. This allows students to maintain flexibility and control over their own housing.
Center for Study Abroad – Academic Options
In addition, students can earn college credit for completing CSA study abroad programs. All students will be provided with transcripts, certificates, or letters of attendance stating the courses they have completed, course levels and hours, and final grades upon program completion. All transcripts and certificates are issued directly by the school involved, not by CSA. All CSA programs are fully–accredited. Students should request that an official transcript or certificate be sent to their home institution prior to leaving and should request a copy for their own records. All students should consult with their home institutions prior to selecting a study abroad program.
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