Stephanie Sadler

Content Creator for CAPA: The Global Education Network
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Introducing CAPA Direct Enroll

Aug 20, 2019 10:00:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

Beginning in Spring 2020, we’re launching a brand new series of study abroad programs that allow you to directly enroll with five universities in countries across the globe. You’ll live and learn exactly like a local, be able to complete required courses in your major, and be deeply immersed in student and campus life.

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Posted in: London, England, Dublin, Ireland, International Education, Sydney, Australia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Shanghai, China, Florence, Italy, Barcelona, Spain

What it Means to Work for an Organization that Supports Charitable Causes

May 8, 2019 10:15:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

Research has shown that organizations that support charitable causes and provide opportunities for employees to be involved in those initiatives have happier staff members overall. A company’s support of a charitable cause can boost morale, provide opportunities for team building, and have a positive impact on company culture as a whole.

This definitely rings true at CAPA.

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Posted in: CAPA Staff

Get to Know the MTeam and Why CAPA Cares

May 1, 2019 10:09:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

In a previous post, we shared why CAPA believes in giving back and how that has served as our organization's guiding force. Today, we look at one of CAPA's designated charities—the MTeam for Best Buddies International—and share the beacon of inspiration that motivates us to work toward inclusion for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Why Companies Should Give Back in 2019

Apr 23, 2019 10:03:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

In 2019, it’s more important than ever for companies to give back and to support a cause that meshes with the ethos of their brand. Here's are a few reasons why we at CAPA think companies should give back, and why we donate and work to support our causes.

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Posted in: International Education, Professional Development

Things to Do For Less than $10 When Studying Abroad in Barcelona 

Apr 1, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Stephanie Sadler

In Barcelona, at the time of writing, $10 USD buys you €8.76. If you’re on a tight student budget while you’re studying abroad, know that you can still have a great time in the city! We’ve rounded up 10 fun and/or useful experiences or things that this amount will buy. We will save the freebies for another post, so stay tuned for those.

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Posted in: Barcelona, Spain, Scholarships & Financing

In Celebration of the CAPA London 30th Anniversary

Mar 13, 2019 10:08:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

In 1986, an ambitious graduate student named John Christian traveled from his home city of Troy, New York to England where he would complete a master’s degree at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.

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Posted in: London, England, International Education

10 Alternative Study Spots in London

Mar 3, 2019 10:05:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

Sometimes a change in scenery is just what you need for a boost in motivation to write a paper or to provide you with inspiration to complete a big project. Luckily, there are lots of great alternative places to study in London. If you’ve been sticking to CAPA’s study space or your bedroom and find yourself getting distracted easily or are feeling uninspired, it’s time to take your laptop out into the city. Try one of our 10 recommendations below:

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Posted in: London, England, International Education

Introducing a New Healthy Living Abroad Series at CAPA London

Feb 10, 2019 11:11:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

It can be difficult to make the healthiest of choices while studying abroad. It’s a completely new environment, with different people and simple nuances of daily life that fall outside of a well-established comfort zone to learn to navigate. There’s a strong desire to pack as much into a semester or summer abroad as possible, to travel, to explore the host city and still excel academically as well as professionally at an internship placement. It’s easy to forget to drink eight glasses of water a day or make time for mindfulness and reflection.

That considered, CAPA London is piloting a new series titled “Healthy Choices Abroad” to help students find balance in this area. Each week, a new theme comes into focus and is explored either through a scheduled talk or activity, drop-in sessions where students are invited to speak with staff, or through informative handouts and posters around the center.

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Posted in: London, England, Why Study Abroad

How Students Benefit from CAPA London's Partnership with Student Central

Feb 5, 2019 11:16:00 AM / by Stephanie Sadler

CAPA London has recently formed an exciting partnership with Student Central, the largest student center in Europe. 

It’s home to University of London students, from the group’s 18 colleges and 9 other smaller specialist research institutes. That includes more than 120,000 students, which means there’s potential for CAPA students* to make a lot of new friends from a very wide variety of backgrounds.

Centrally located in Bloomsbury, and just a short journey from the CAPA center, this huge space opens up many more opportunities to become immersed in and experience the typical London student life and culture.

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Posted in: London, England, Why Study Abroad

An Introvert's Guide to Buenos Aires: 10 Ways to Recharge

Feb 1, 2019 1:30:00 PM / by Stephanie Sadler

Yes, CAPA global cities are bursting with people from around the globe and are inevitably full of social and networking opportunities. They're also home to some pretty amazing quieter places though, and are host to tons of activities that give the introverts among us a chance to recharge and perhaps discover another, more peaceful, side of a bustling metropolis. Here are 10 of our favorites in Buenos Aires:

1. ENJOY THE PARKS & PLAZAS. While Buenos Aires isn't a city particularly celebrated for its acres of green space, there are still plenty of parks and plazas that offer an opportunity for a moment of solitude among the millions of commuters and tourists filling city streets. For convenience, we love Parque Lezama in San Telmo with its proximity to the market where you can pick up a bite to eat. Jardin Botánico Carlos Thays, another favorite, is a lush oasis with plenty of shade and pretty historic greenhouses. Bring a book, sip a mate and chill. The Borderless Project shares their top 8 parks in BA, worth a read. It's not bad on a rainy day either with a visit to the Planetarium.

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Posted in: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Local Culture


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