Looking to extend your international reach? We can help. Not only do we have long-standing staff and established centers all over the globe, we also have services that extend far beyond study abroad—thanks to our parent organization, Academic Travel Abroad. For over 70 years, ATA has helped clients reach their internationalization goals. Whether it’s operating customized travel programs, cultivating donors through travel, providing international consulting services, or running conferences and events around the world, we can help you move your brand abroad.
We understand that each school has its own framework and priorities for internationalization. So when working with a partner, our strategy for success is genuine, two-way collaboration. We work with you to intentionally design programs and services that meet your unique needs, and welcome the creative offerings that our partners bring to our own portfolio. We look for partnerships where both sides use their strengths to add value and where innovation can thrive.
Working internationally comes with its own set of challenges, like observing foreign laws, working with local governments, or navigating different cultures and languages. With over 70 years of operation and counting, we’ve already done the heavy lifting. We are legally registered and compliant in all countries where we run programs. With decades of on-the-ground experience, robust response procedures that keep everyone updated, and staff that are carefully trained in emergency prevention and management, you can trust us with your international goals.
Partnership could mean anything from consulting to customized study abroad programs to event planning, or even donor cultivation. No matter where you are in the process or how ambitious your internationalization goals are, we can help. Between CET’s experience in study abroad and Academic Travel Abroad’s overseas resources, expanding your presence abroad is just a step away.
We’ve got what you need for internationalization support.
Customized study abroad programs
Short-term: University of Minnesota Hmong Language
Winter term: University of Iowa in India
Semester-long: University of Wisconsin in Florence
International student recruitment and support
Inbound Summer Program in DC for Chinese Students; Kalamazoo College Scholarship for Chinese International Students
Consulting on international programs
Schwarzman Scholars Program; Northern Virginia Community College
Alumni travel program management
University of Virginia; Yale University; MIT
National Museum of American History; Brookings Institution
Conference and event planning
Babson Connect Worldwide; Career Integration Conference
Reservations call centers
Los Angeles Times; Martin Randall Travel
Creative services: graphic design and marketing
New York Times Journeys: social media
Smithsonian Institution: print brochure design