Council for Educational Travel, USA Develops More High School Study…


Kate in Paris, France

Kate in Paris, France

This experience opened up my mind to how different people live from around the world and made me realize that I want to devote my life to working with people from different cultures.

Seeing an increase of high school students wishing to study abroad, Kim Carter, Executive Director of CETUSA, was happy to announce during CETUSA’s 2016 fall conference the expansion of the high school study abroad program.

Students are invited to study abroad in one of fifteen countries – Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Academic…


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