By Juanita Lillie, ISA Intern In 2013, I participated in a semester-long ISA program in San Pedro San Jose, Costa Rica. That study abroad experience has without a doubt changed my life. Admittedly, I did not know if it would … Continue reading Access Abroad With a Disability
By Megan Kane, Internships and Service-Learning Outreach Coordinator Fall is coming. Really, it is. In just a few short months the fall semester will be in full swing. Will you spend it doing the same-old-same-old or are you looking to … Continue reading Intern, Learn, and Travel this Fall
By Troy Stiles, ISA Marketing Communications Manager I’ll never forget my very first class in college. I was one of a hundred-plus freshmen students sitting in a giant lecture hall and my professor asked, “Why are you here? What’s the point of … Continue reading Learn How to Learn
ISA invites you to attend a webinar presentation titled, “Milan, Italy with ISA.” The presentation is free, open to ISA partner advisors and faculty, and will take place at 12 pm, CST, on Wednesday, April 19. During this 20-minute presentation, … Continue reading Webinar: Milan, Italy with ISA
In 2015, ISA launched ISA Pay It Forward, a grant fund that goes toward sustainable projects in under-resourced communities around the world. All ISA students have the opportunity to ‘pay it forward’ by contributing a $5 donation when applying for … Continue reading ISA Pay it Forward Program nominated for 2017 GoAbroad Innovation in Philanthropy Award
ISA’s Alumni Relations (AR) department was created in 2009 with the multi-tiered goals of easing alumni re-entry, providing experiential, real-world opportunities for professional development (through our ISA Global Ambassador (GA) Program), strengthening our relationships with Study Abroad offices, and marketing … Continue reading ISA Global Ambassador Program Nominated for 2017 GoAbroad Innovation in Alumni Engagement Award
By Stephanie Novacek, ISA Senior Site Specialist, Spain Located in the heart of Bilbao, Spain, the Universidad de Duesto is the perfect location for students looking to study at a prestigious Spanish university. Over the last 25 years, the school … Continue reading New Engineering Courses Being Offered in Bilbao Starting Fall 2017!
A typical dilemma for ISA Málaga, Spain students: You need to finish your homework, but you want to go out and explore the city. Why not do both? While the University of Málaga’s library offers a quiet and relaxed place … Continue reading Get Outside: Top 5 Places to Study in Málaga, Spain
By Deborah Morrison, VP Pacific Region Programs and Strategic Initiatives Every ISA semester abroad program in Australia begins with a jam-packed, exciting 4-day/3-night orientation, known as the Bridging Cultures Program. This program not only allows you to cross all your bucket list … Continue reading Top 10 Things to do in Australia – in the first 72 hours!
In honor of International Women’s Day, ISA would like to celebrate the Al-Amal Association, one of our ISA Service-Learning community partner organizations in Meknes, Morocco. The Al-Amal Association for Development and Training was founded in 2007 by Salwa Jabli, an amazing Moroccan woman … Continue reading ISA Service-Learning Community Partner Honors the Al-Amal Association on International Women’s Day
Studying abroad is a life-changing experience. With that said, we understand that there is a lot of preparation and thought that goes into finding the perfect study abroad program. Finances often times play a role in this decision – in … Continue reading Study in Latin America this Summer!
By Matt Gulizia, ISA France Site Specialist Originally posted on April 13, 2015 Much of the world knows virtually nothing about the city of Lille, France, including how to pronounce its name (hint: rhymes with deal!). Well, we think it’s … Continue reading 5 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Lille