There was an explosion on an Underground train in the Parsons Green area of London at 8:20AM BST today, resulting in multiple injuries (none reported to be life-threatening). CAPA activated its Locator Plan following this incident and has confirmed the well-being of all students. Our sympathies are with those affected by this incident. (Last updated Sep 15, 11:19AM EST)
You can achieve your vision of globalizing your students’ education through custom programs. At CAPA, we help you develop custom and faculty-led programs, taking into consideration short-and long-term strategies, listening carefully to your ideas, and working to create a meaningful program at an accessible cost for students.
We will collaborate with you, your department, and your study abroad office, to develop programs ranging from a few weeks to a full semester, and at any time throughout the year. What you include in your program is completely customizable. Take advantage of CAPA’s expertise and extensive network, from our internship placements, professional site visits, and guest lectures.
CAPA started 45 years ago by creating customized programs for community colleges and public institutions. Since then, we have continued to develop each of our centers abroad with dedicated staff on the ground to support students and faculty. Everyone vested in your study abroad program can feel secure in knowing that a program with CAPA will run smoothly.
Recruiting and preparing for a program can be overwhelming. Our Boston-based pre-departure team will work with you to create marketing materials, a customized website, and webinars unique to your program at no additional cost. We can also manage the application process and field pre-departure questions in collaboration with your school, so you can focus your energy on building an engaging international curriculum.
CAPA understands how to manage the risk associated with custom programs and apply protocols and policies to ensure the safety and security of each participant, in collaboration with your campus offices. We’ve established informed emergency protocols, developed health and safety materials, and have responded to the needs of all of our students abroad.
Our partners are always impressed with the amount of flexibility we can provide, from program dates to types of inclusions. CAPA partners with over 100 institutions across the U.S., including community colleges, small private colleges, and large public research universities. No institution is the same and, therefore, no custom program is either.
We can design programs for a diverse range of majors and for students to whom traditional study abroad programs are problematic or prohibitive. Some examples of custom programs we support include engineering, education, nursing, pharmacy, and American Sign Language.
Get in touch with an Institutional Relations Manager to get more details about how we can help support your needs.
We’re always excited to hear about the unique programs institutions want to design. Every faculty-led program includes insurance, orientations, group events, and access to cultural activities through our My Global City programming. Additionally, the following are items for consideration as you design your program:
University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Fine Arts Theater Program in London
During the Fall semester, students enroll in a rigorous theater curriculum which includes access to CAPA’s state-of-the-art black box theater, faculty and guest speakers from the London theater scene, and performing on the Globe Theater stage.
Augustana College, Internship Program in Sydney
This 10-week Winter model works well for schools on trimester or quarter calendars. Augustana students take either one core course while participating in full-time internships in disciplines ranging from business to communication disorders.
University of Pittsburgh, Early Education Program in Florence
Both graduate and undergraduate students explore primary education in Italy through local faculty and student panels, visits to elementary schools, and an excursion to Reggio Emilia.
Simmons College, Public Health Program in Buenos Aires
During a three-week period, nursing students examine topics of public health, comparative healthcare systems, and community and social issues. This program includes a series of guest lectures from local nursing faculty, visits to community health organizations, and exposure to many departments at Universiad Austral Hospital.
Our team will collaborate with you and your institution to create your ideal program. Throughout the process, we will keep to your own internal university deadlines, policies, and budgets. We are happy to present you with program proposals that capture all your desired inclusions and/or provide additional materials that will help you better envision the experience you and your students will have on the program.