By Katie Battaglia, ISA Turkey Site Specialist Istanbul is the economic, historical, and cultural center of Turkey. Known for its friendly locals, breathtaking sites, and cultural diversity, Istanbul makes for an overall unique study abroad experience. From the blue shores … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Studying Abroad in Istanbul
by Marc Pereria, ISA Student Services Advisor I grew up in a small town in northern Nevada… A really small town. We had a population of about 8,500, half a dozen stop lights, and the closest thing I ever saw … Continue reading Small Town Students with Big Dreams: Go Abroad!
These awesome art-focused custom programs ran during the summer of 2015 and you can use them to help you start building your successful custom business program! Art in Tokyo Offered through University of Colorado at Denver, this program focused on Design, … Continue reading Follow These Leads to Start Planning a Great Custom Art Program
Salamanca is home to the University of Salamanca, founded in 1218, the oldest university in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe. The University is full of legends, including the legend of the Lucky Frog. If you find the frog, which is carved onto the façade of the University of Salamanca, you will have good luck throughout your studies!
Salamanca is the only Spanish provincial capital city with two active cathedrals—the New Cathedral, built between the 16th and 18th centuries, and the Old Cathedral, built between the 12th and 14th centuries.
Don’t miss these Discovery activities in Salamanca
Rome, The Eternal City, is associated with imperial prowess and classic Roman art. As the capital of Italy, it is the hub of the nation’s political scene, and as such, it is a bustling modern city in the midst of … Continue reading City Discovery: Rome, The Eternal City
By Kat Harrell, ISA New Zealand Site Specialist Have you wondered what it would be like to teach in a different country? Have you considered how a different culture would affect your classroom? Do you want to spend more of … Continue reading How Can Teaching in New Zealand Help an Education Major?
We’d like to congratulate the 30 ISA students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Fall and Academic-Year study abroad programs. Here is a comprehensive list of Fall & Academic Year 2015 Gilman winners: Jordan Abu-Sirriya, Northern State University (Amman – Fall … Continue reading Congratulations to the 30 ISA Fall and Academic-Year Students Awarded a Gilman Scholarship
These awesome business-minded custom programs ran during the summer of 2015 and you can use them to help you start building your successful custom business program! Leadership in Thessaloniki Offered through Purdue University, this 3-week custom program took students to … Continue reading Follow These Leads to Start Planning a Great Custom Business Program
With great excitement ISA announces the launch of the new ISA Internships & Service-Learning website. This new website is a comprehensive resource for all internship and service-learning opportunities available abroad through ISA. After months of collaboration and research, the new combined … Continue reading ISA Internships and Service-Learning Department Launches Brand New Website
ISA is pleased to announce that the ISA Student Blog is now a WordPress Recommended Travel Blog! Out of ~75 million blogs on WordPress.com, the ISA Student Blog has been selected as one of the top 27 Recommended Travel Blogs on all of Wordpress. This … Continue reading The ISA Student Blog is now a WordPress Recommended Travel Blog!
Translating your faculty-led custom program idea into reality can be daunting. Here are 7 tips to ensure your international Custom Program stays more affordable to help student participants. 1.) Location, location, location. A program’s academic subject focus and site location should … Continue reading 7 Tips to Make Your Custom Program Affordable for Students
By Kat Harrell, ISA New Zealand Site Specialist New Zealand is pretty “out there” as it is—the opposite side of the planet, over 1,200 miles from its closest neighbor, Australia. But even New Zealand has developed some “main stream” tourist spots, … Continue reading How to Get Off the Beaten Track in New Zealand