By Caroline Tosbath, ISA Student Services Advisor ISA is based in Austin, Texas also known as, “the Live Music Capital of the World.” Because of this, we know how great it can be to live in a city where you … Continue reading Calling All – Music Lovers: Tune in to the Musical Frequencies of these ISA Cities
By Rachel Bronson, ISA Student Services Advisor When I told people I chose to study abroad in Belgium I got a lot of puzzling looks. Why not France? You speak French. After looking at the course options, I realized that … Continue reading Eating My Way Through Brussels
By Brittany Allen, ISA Site Specialist The world is full of beautiful, amazing, and exciting places to explore. Europe has been the site of some of the world’s most popular study abroad destinations. But if you are a student looking … Continue reading 2 Off the Beaten Path Study Abroad Destinations
Scotland is the perfect study abroad destination. With a rich history and fascinating culture, there is always something to see and explore. Whether you love the big city or prefer someplace quiet and green, ISA has two program options in … Continue reading Studying Abroad in Scotland: Which University is Right for You?
Everyone can agree that cost is a major deciding factor when choosing whether or not to study abroad. With ISA awarding around $150,000 in scholarships to participating students every year, students won’t want to miss out on learning about all … Continue reading Free Webinar: ISA Scholarships! Get to Know Your Resources
A day in Colombia is probably not what you think. From the tropical Caribbean to the highlands of central Colombia and the Amazon jungle, Colombia is a land rich in beauty and diversity. Come along with ISA as we Discover Colombia. … Continue reading Video: Discover Colombia
By Matt Gulizia, ISA Brussels Sr. Site Specialist Brussels is an eclectic and cosmopolitan European capital city which offers something for every area of interest imaginable. With the recent program price reductions for all 2017 ISA Brussels programs, now is … Continue reading The Ultimate Brussels Bucket List – ISA Edition
By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue There are those of us who live for adventure or those of us who simply love the great outdoors. For some, that means reading a good book at the beach, mountain biking … Continue reading Calling All – Outdoor Enthusiasts: Surf, Swim, or Hike around the Globe in these ISA Locations!
Starting with the Spring 2017 term, the semester-long programs in Paris will offer students up to three weekend excursion options, from which they can select two. The ISA Paris programs have always included an exceptional weekend excursion to Normandy and Mont … Continue reading New Semester Excursion Opportunities in Paris Starting Spring 2017
By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue For some students, the draw to study abroad is based on the opportunity to experience history and culture first-hand. Historic streets, temples, art galleries, museums and parks are abundant in most of … Continue reading Calling All – Art and History Buffs: Go Beyond the Classroom and Experience these Historically Significant and Culturally Rich ISA Cities
By Tayler Gill, ISA Sr. Site Specialist, England When a student is asked why they want to study in England a frequent response is because, “I want to study in an English speaking country.” While it’s true that the USA shares a … Continue reading They Speak English, Right? Common British vs American Terms
By Rachel Bronson, ISA Student Services Advisor As you begin planning your time abroad, you don’t typically think about the holidays you will be spending away from home, especially the holidays that are only celebrated in the United States. When it … Continue reading Spending American Holidays Abroad