I have a medical condition/disability. How can I plan to study abroad with CET?

Diversity and inclusion information is available for most of our programs. These are descriptions of what the student experience at each program or site is like—the number of class sitting hours/day, how much walking is required on a daily basis, whether stair climbing is required, etc. You may wish to review the Essential Eligibility Criteria for the program(s) you are considering. You are also welcome to contact CET to discuss program options and specific accommodations.

Each year, CET students reflect a wide range of backgrounds, including students with disabilities. We encourage people with disabilities to apply to CET programs and we do not discriminate based on disability.