The world is your classroom
The Center for Global Education and Experience operates Augsburg University study centers in Central America, Mexico, and Southern Africa. Our programming in each region includes an emphasis on social justice and community engagement. We provide global experiences for students, institutions for higher education, non-profit organizations, businesses, churches, and others.
Find information about programs available to you.
SEMESTER AND SUMMER PROGRAMS
Since 1979, the Center for Global Education and Experience (CGEE) at Augsburg University has welcomed students from more than 300 institutions of higher education to our summer and semester study abroad programs in Central America, Mexico, and Southern Africa. We hope you will be one of the newest members of the CGEE community and join us.
CUSTOMIZE A PROGRAM
Since 1982, CGEE has customized international programs throughout the world for hundreds of organizations and institutions. We work with university faculty and staff, religious institutions, non-profit organizations, and other groups, to select your research topic. Then, we create an engaging, community-based learning experience. Most are 1-3 weeks in length, but we offer long-term programs as well.
Meet CGEE at NAFSA
In 2019, the CGEE representative at NAFSA will be Director of CGEE in Mexico and Global Faculty member, Dr. Ann …
Instructor Perspective: “The Crisis in Nicaragua”
This blog post was written by CGEE Instructor and Program Coordinator in Central America (Nicaragua), Elisa Vanegas. View the course …
TRIO Student Reflections from Abroad: Erika
This is an excerpt from a student’s reflection written for Augsburg TRIO’s spring 2019 newsletter. Please see the newsletter for …
Diversifying Study Abroad Presentation
On February 5, 2019, Augsburg student and CGEE Central America alumni Arianna Antone-Ramirez, gave a wonderful presentation titled, “Diversifying Study …
Center for Global Education and Experience
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