By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue In our previous Calling All blog posts we highlighted aspects of Big Cities and Small Cities, now it’s time to go over the ISA programs that have a standout culinary culture. You … Continue reading Calling All – Fearless Gastronomes: Let Your Stomach Lead the Way to Your Perfect ISA Location!
ISA Custom Programs collaborated with U.S. partner institutions to run over 125 faculty-led programs this spring and summer in a variety of academic fields. Here are several recent programs that demonstrate how studying abroad brings academics to life through real-world international experiences. Get … Continue reading Unique Custom Programs That Will Inspire Your Own Faculty-Led Program
By Katie Battaglia, ISA Site Specialist Did you know all the major museums and galleries in Glasgow are free to visit? The city is packed with plenty of historical sites and events that won’t hurt your budget. A perfect way … Continue reading Top Free Museums to Explore in Glasgow
By Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue, ISA staff Last week we highlighted some of the more metropolitan ISA locations. Now it’s time to give some love to the smaller ISA cities that provide culture and excitement without all the hustle and … Continue reading Calling All – Small City Wanderers: Experience the Quaint Comfort of these ISA Locations
By Matt Gulizia, ISA Senior Site Specialist for France Professional organizations around the world seem to be asking for exponentially more out of the recent graduates they recruit than ever before. Study abroad can certainly be a significant résumé booster when seeking … Continue reading New Business Internship Programs Available in Paris
Join ISA on Tuesday, August 23rd at 1:00 PM CST, for a webinar titled, “ISA Advising Resources – How to Navigate and Utilize New Resources.” The presentation is free and open to ISA partner advisors and faculty. During this 15 … Continue reading Free Webinar: How to Navigate and Utilize New ISA Advising Resources
By Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue, ISA staff Here are some questions to get your mind in gear to begin the process of choosing your ideal program location! Are you looking for a university located in the middle of a big, … Continue reading Calling All – Big City Dreamers: Marvel at these Metropolitan ISA Cities
ISA would like to congratulate the 18 ISA students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Fall and Academic Year study abroad programs! Fall and Academic Year 2016 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners: Kayla Cushman, Ohio State University, Barcelona – … Continue reading ISA Announces Fall and Academic Year 2016 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners
By Katie Battaglia, ISA Scotland Site Specialist Looking for a unique place to study abroad? Consider Glasgow! The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow is dynamic, edgy, and truly has something for everyone. While there are plenty of reasons Glasgow should … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Glasgow
Choosing where to study abroad can be a bit overwhelming at times, but as advisors – that’s what we’re here for! There are many things to consider when looking for the right program and the right location. With this in … Continue reading Introducing ISA’s Calling All Series
When you think about what a “traditional” study abroad experience looks like, what do you picture? It probably involves students taking classes for a full academic semester at a host university abroad. Is this the only opportunity to have an international experience? Absolutely not! Continue reading How to Pick the Perfect Study Abroad Program: Service-Learning and Internship Edition
By Marc Pereira, ISA Student Service Advisor Picking a study abroad program can be difficult, especially when you have a long list of “Must-haves” or specific requirements for your major. After all, as a student, you want to make sure … Continue reading Think You Can’t Study Abroad? Think Again!