Partnership Benefits

By becoming a CAPA Affiliate, your institution will receive a variety of benefits to assist your office and your students.We offer institutions the advantage of access to all our program locations without the need for a minimum cohort. Your institution can issue their own credit or accept credit from one of our School of Record institutions.

Financial Benefits

We offer direct billing arrangements and provide financial support for each participating student at three levels:

  • Affiliate Grant: $600/semester and $300/Summer
  • Need-Based Scholarship: $500 - $3,000/Summer, $1,000 - $4,000/semester or quarter term
  • Awarding home school credit: $350

Professional Development Opportunities

Receive free or reduced registration fees on relevant education abroad content and events:

  • CAPA Global Education Workshops held at our centers abroad
  • Symposia during the Forum or NAFSA annual conferences
  • On-campus faculty seminars on current issues in education abroad
  • Consultancy on internationalization of campus efforts
  • Pre-departure orientations
  • CAPA academic print publications

Early Event Access:

You’ll be the first to access CAPA events before they become available to the public, including:

  • Bi-Annual Career Integration Conference
  • Annual Student Conference each fall semester, such as the 2016 Civil Rights & Inequalities Conference
  • Receptions at NAFSA and Forum on current issues in education abroad such as human rights

Support with Campus Internationalization

Your Institutional Relations Manager can help you sort through the various CAPA program models that best fit your institution's internationalization plans. Should you choose to affiliate with us, an agreement that is simple and non-binding, our staff and programming can support your efforts from program development and recruitment to on-site support and alumni initiatives.

I would confidently recommend CAPA as a partner to any institution. Our students were matched with an internship site within their field... The courses were challenging but also gave them the opportunity to get out of the classroom and into the city to really experience (the city as classroom).

Kim Justeson, Director of Experiential Learning

Albright College

Becoming an Affiliate

Become an Affiliate