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
Overall Winner “Openness is Freedom” Sahara Desert, Morocco by Julia Mattis Artistic Eye Category Winner “Stained Glass” Heredia, Costa Rica by Isabel Jenkins I’m With ISA Category Winner “True Blue Surfing” Sydney, Australia by Delaney Watkins Wild Life Category Winner … Continue reading ISA Alumni Photo Contest Winners – Spring 2019
With two new short-term summer programs at the LUISS Guido Carli, students can experience the best of a diverse European city in less than one month! The Istituto Affari Internazionali and LUISS University have joined their forces to launch the … Continue reading Marvel in the Magic of the Mediterranean: New Summer Programs at the LUISS Guido Carli
With new short term, summer program offerings, we’ve made it easier for anyone who’s got a lot to do and not a lot of time to do it who still wants to study abroad. These affordable 2-3 week programs in some of our top study abroad destinations are the ideal opportunity study abroad for those with limited time or budget. LATIN AMERICA Colombia Medellín Summer 1 International Business. 2-week July program Costa Rica Heredia Summer 1 Spanish Language & Latin American Literature. 3-week June program Heredia Summer 2 Spanish Language & Latin American Literature. 3-week late June-mid July program Cuba Havana Summer 2 … Continue reading No Time to Go Abroad? We Fixed That.
ISA is proud to be the only North American recruiting and admissions partner for the EuroScholars program, which allows students to participate in ongoing research projects as an undergraduate. Students can research what projects are available and find something related … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: EuroScholars Research Abroad
By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate With a name like the Gold Coast, one can expect glittering beaches, sparkling water, and gleaming skyscrapers, but Australia’s so-called “Glitter Strip” is not just a golden facade. There’s a lot more to this popular … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Australia’s Gold Coast is Worth the Hype
By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate In honor of National Book Month, the team at ISA has rounded-up some of their favorite reads for college students and world travelers. From award-winners, to travel memoirs turned major motion pictures, there’s something for … Continue reading ISA’s Recommended Reading List for College Students & World Travelers
By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate Give your child their best possible chance of finding a job after graduation by helping them spend a semester abroad. You may have heard that studying abroad can help your child’s career, but how exactly … Continue reading Fast Track Your Child’s Future With Study Abroad
Updated from the original article By Elyse Oberland, Former ISA Director of Student Outreach and Dominick Luciano, Associate VP of Marketing No matter the occasion – holiday, birthday, or just because – finding “the perfect gift” is an often-elusive accomplishment … Continue reading Study Abroad – The Perfect Gift Every Time
By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate Traveling alone to a foreign country is intimidating, and the thought of leaving the comfort of your home, school, family, and friends can be overwhelming even to the most adventurous students. While it’s true that … Continue reading 5 Study Abroad Fears & How to Conquer Them