While you’re on your journey abroad, you’ll be taking dozens of photos a day and posting some of them on your Insta feed. With a few simple steps, you can enter these posts into our monthly photo contest on Instagram … Continue reading Snap, Share, Win: ISA’s Monthly Instagram Photo Contest!
By Kaitlyn Webster Ho Chi Minh City is one of ISA’s newest study abroad destinations, and if you’re looking for an exotic and life-changing experience abroad, this is the city for you. Located at the southern end of Vietnam, Ho … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in Vietnam
ISA is partnering with STA Travel, the student travel experts, to help students fly abroad for free. Here’s what you need to know: Apply and be accepted into an ISA or Veritas Spring or Winter 2020 program by August 1st. After … Continue reading Win Free Airfare to Your ISA Study Abroad Destination
By Sarah Warren, ISA Program Advisor If you saw me on a normal day, you probably wouldn’t assume that I may require mobile accessibility accommodations in certain situations. That’s how I prefer it, honestly. I, and many people with different … Continue reading Accessibility in Education Abroad: Equity Matters
By Bridget Naphen, ISA Administration Assistant An interview with Justin Lai, a University of California, Davis alumni. Justin interned for a sustainable development organization with ISA Internships in Wellington, New Zealand. Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m a University of California, Davis, alumni with a degree in managerial economics with an emphasis on environment and agriculture. I am a huge foodie and worked in numerous restaurants throughout my academic career. While I was a full-time student, I was the Sous Chef at Sukthohai Cuisine in Suisun City where I worked almost 8 years. I was very busy during my semesters! That’s why I … Continue reading After Abroad: ISA New Zealand Internship Alumni Interview
By Gracie Paredes, ISA Program Manager Ever been in a place that was completely different from what you know – different sounds, smells, etc. – but still have it feel like home? Somehow, with its different culture, cuisine, music and … Continue reading “Why I fell in love with Korea.”
By Maggie Aldworth, ISA Site Specialist Do you take your studies seriously but want to spend a semester on island time? Fiji may just be your ideal study abroad location. Fiji is an affordable destination to spend a semester or … Continue reading Spend a Semester Abroad on Island Time in Fiji
By Megan Schwartz, ISA Site Specialist Over the last few years, Prague has become an increasingly popular choice for students when it comes to study abroad locations. With its fascinating history, delicious food, fun nightlife, and exceptional sights, it’s not … Continue reading What Makes Prague a Unique Place to Study Abroad?
By Maggie Aldworth – Site Specialist, New Zealand & Fiji From endless green rolling hills dappled with sheep to dramatic snow-covered mountain passes, it’s not much of a stretch to imagine why people want to visit New Zealand. When the locals are beyond friendly, … Continue reading New Zealand: Adventure From Top to Bottom
By Matt Gulizia, ISA Senior Site Specialist One of my favorite things about Paris is that although it is a cosmopolitan and densely populated city, there are plenty of opportunities to explore natural settings. With the spring season coming upon … Continue reading The Parks and Gardens of Paris: the Perfect Pause from the Bustle of City Life
From commercial engineering to botany, ISA has a variety of STEM-focused study abroad opportunities that will give you an international experience while keeping you on track for graduation. Explore Natural Sciences in Dunedin, New Zealand As one of the most beautiful campuses in the southern hemisphere, the University of Otago campus is the home of the Natural Sciences, Exercise Science, Social Science & Liberals Arts and New Zealand Studies programs. With unique classes such as Landscape Development and Environmental Change in South Island, New Zealand, you will explore the causes and consequences of environmental change through a mix of lectures, … Continue reading STEM Off The Beaten Path
By Megan Kane, Marketing Coordinator Do you find yourself daydreaming of studying abroad but you’re pinched for time? If you’re a super student who spends the semester juggling a part-time job, a full-time course load and anything else that’s thrown … Continue reading 10 Amazing Study Abroad Options for Summer 2019