Start the Year Off Right With a J-Term Program

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 going to be a good fit for you. But, many schools do! If your school does, it’s a great program if you’re a busy athlete, your curriculum is so specific that you’re unable to study abroad during the typical semester term, or you simply want to squeeze in some extra credits instead of hanging out at your parent’s house for the long winter break.

Like other study abroad programs, choosing a program that will fit in with what you’re wanting to do can be confusing, which is why ISA is here to help. We’ve got eight amazing programs to get you out of the house, into a new culture, and earning college credit. Take a look below at the program options we offer and get in touch with us at or 512-480-8522.

Spanish Language & Chilean Culture
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, Chile

Intensive Business
The American Business School Paris
Paris, France

Arts, Business & Italian Language
Florence University of the Arts and Apicius International School of Hospitality
Florence, Italy

Italian Culture & Liberal Arts
The American University of Rome
Rome, Italy

Spanish Language & Culture
Universidad de Salamanca
Salamanca, Spain

Intensive Spanish Language
Universidad de Málaga
Malaga, Spain

German Language & European Studies
Freie Universität Berlin
Berlin, Germany

Australian Studies
Deakin University
Melbourne, Australia

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