Sevilla, Spain No matter what culture you find yourself in, the love of Christ can transcend any boundaries whether that be cultural or linguistic. I have found that is through actions that the Lord is able to show his love … Continue reading Veritas Students Share Their Stories
By Heidi Doerr, ISA Málaga Resident Director 1. Stay Active Get outside and go for a long walk on the Malagueta promenade or at “Muelle Uno” (the commercial port)! Every day there are loads of Malagueños running, walking, riding bikes, you name … Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Study Abroad in Málaga and Become Like One of the Locals
By Tayler Gill, Former ISA Senior Site Specialist Choosing to study abroad is a big decision! At ISA, we are dedicated to helping students make the best decisions that are right for them because we know you have a lot … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Study Abroad with ISA in London
By Kendra Ansotigue, ISA Senior Site Specialist, Spain Sevilla is a great location for all types of college majors, but today I want to highlight why Sevilla is a fantastic choice for education majors. The semester/year program, “Education in a Multicultural Context” … Continue reading Education Major? Sevilla Has You Covered!
What’s a J-Term program? Great question. A J-term study abroad program stands for January term. It’s typically 2-4 weeks and is squeezed into the month of January. Some schools may not have this option, in which case, this is not … Continue reading Start the Year Off Right With a J-Term Program
Veritas Christian Study Abroad (Veritas) is a division of International Studies Abroad (ISA). With Veritas, all programs are designed to include mission experience and education, both in and out of the classroom. Participants will work with the local church & ministries while earning college credit … Continue reading Study and Mission Work? Get to Know Veritas.
By Maddie Hume, ISA Chile Program Manager Continued from My Life in Chile – Part 1… After traipsing through the mountains and the desert, I would always end up needing a solid meal. My favorite way to find a bite … Continue reading My Life in Chile – Part 2
By Maddie Hume, ISA Chile Program Manager Saludos, fellow explorers! Do you love the outdoors, but feel indecisive about your favorite type of climate? Have you been meaning to challenge yourself with the most unique sounding Spanish en el mundo … Continue reading My Life in Chile – Part 1
B)y: Sean Dolan, ISA Program Manager, Japan and South Korea When you think of South Korea, what’s the first city that pops into your mind? For most people, their response is almost certainly Seoul. As the capital of South Korea, … Continue reading Spend a Semester in Dynamic Busan!
By Jenna Tantillo, ISA Spain Site Specialist On my first day in Bilbao I decided to take a walk through the center of town. As a self-proclaimed people-watcher and building-gazer this is always how I like to get my first impression … Continue reading An Afternoon in Bilbao
By Cory Parkinson, ISA Australia, Fiji and New Zealand Site Specialist With so many different options to choose from in New Zealand, it’s sometimes hard to get a good understanding of what makes each city unique. Luckily, I was given … Continue reading Dunedin, New Zealand through the Eyes of a Local!
By Matt Gulizia – ISA Senior Site Specialist and Geographic Oversight Manager, Europe ISA now offers phenomenal academic programs in Amsterdam, affording students the opportunity to experience firsthand the meaning behind the Dutch term “gezellig.” Gezellig (pronounced “heh-SELL-ick”) is one … Continue reading Inclusion in Amsterdam