CAPA is aware of an isolated incident that took place in Streatham south London on Sunday, February 2. No CAPA students were involved in the incident and all students have checked-in as safe. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families.
Start Planning Your Semester Abroad Right Here!
While a successful education adventure abroad is built on the dedication and guidance of our team, it is your efforts that set this amazing experience into motion.
Preparing to study abroad isn't difficult, but there are a few questions you need to ask yourself before you get started, and a few other people you should share your thoughts with first.
Gather as much information as possible and as early as you can. Do this by having conversations with the right people.
Make sure you talk to:
Figure out which courses you still need to take to graduate on time. In addition to courses, you can also select to do an internship.
Research and read about the CAPA locations that interest you to figure out which would be the best fit for you. This will help you identify the type of experience you are looking to have and the program that has the courses and/or internship opportunity you need.
Start your application online and work with a CAPA Admissions Advisor to submit all supporting documents. If you add an internship, you will also fill out the internship application and send in additional documents. Each program has a rolling application with its own deadline. Check the program details for deadlines.
To apply for our programs, you must meet the following admissions criteria:
*Students with a GPA below the requirement may be admitted on a case by case basis. Please contact us below for details or chat with an Admissions Advisor today.
Paying the program fee will secure your spot on the program.
Once you start your application, you will hear from your assigned CAPA Program Manager with next steps. Our advisors can answer any questions you might have and will guide you through the application process.
The team will advise you on program logistics, flights, packing, travel concerns, and any other questions you might have. They will be your point of contact before and during your time abroad.