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 Tayler Gill, ISA Senior Site Specialist – England Sounds like a class you would want to take right? Well, it’s just one of the many fun and interesting classes offered by Kingston University during the summer. The class, Muggle … Continue reading Muggle Madness: Harry Potter and other Popular British Icons
There were some great articles written by ISA staff and posted on ISA Today in 2016. Here’s a look back at 10 of the most popular posts. 1.) 6 Places I Wish I Would Have Studied Abroad Let’s be honest. … Continue reading ISA Today’s Top 10 Articles from 2016
By Anthony Viltro, ISA Italy Site Specialist For students looking to get more out of their study abroad education than just sitting in a classroom, listening to a professor, and taking notes – the Florence University of the Arts (FUA) makes Experiential … Continue reading Beyond the Classroom with Experiential Learning at the Florence University of the Arts
By Caroline Tosbath, ISA Student Services Advisor ISA is based in Austin, Texas also known as, “the Live Music Capital of the World.” Because of this, we know how great it can be to live in a city where you … Continue reading Calling All – Music Lovers: Tune in to the Musical Frequencies of these ISA Cities
Scotland is the perfect study abroad destination. With a rich history and fascinating culture, there is always something to see and explore. Whether you love the big city or prefer someplace quiet and green, ISA has two program options in … Continue reading Studying Abroad in Scotland: Which University is Right for You?
By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue There are those of us who live for adventure or those of us who simply love the great outdoors. For some, that means reading a good book at the beach, mountain biking … Continue reading Calling All – Outdoor Enthusiasts: Surf, Swim, or Hike around the Globe in these ISA Locations!
By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue For some students, the draw to study abroad is based on the opportunity to experience history and culture first-hand. Historic streets, temples, art galleries, museums and parks are abundant in most of … Continue reading Calling All – Art and History Buffs: Go Beyond the Classroom and Experience these Historically Significant and Culturally Rich ISA Cities
By ISA Staff, Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue In our previous Calling All blog posts we highlighted aspects of Big Cities and Small Cities, now it’s time to go over the ISA programs that have a standout culinary culture. You … Continue reading Calling All – Fearless Gastronomes: Let Your Stomach Lead the Way to Your Perfect ISA Location!
By Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue, ISA staff Last week we highlighted some of the more metropolitan ISA locations. Now it’s time to give some love to the smaller ISA cities that provide culture and excitement without all the hustle and … Continue reading Calling All – Small City Wanderers: Experience the Quaint Comfort of these ISA Locations
By Caroline Tosbath and Kendra Ansotigue, ISA staff Here are some questions to get your mind in gear to begin the process of choosing your ideal program location! Are you looking for a university located in the middle of a big, … Continue reading Calling All – Big City Dreamers: Marvel at these Metropolitan ISA Cities
By Katie Battaglia, ISA Scotland Site Specialist Looking for a unique place to study abroad? Consider Glasgow! The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow is dynamic, edgy, and truly has something for everyone. While there are plenty of reasons Glasgow should … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Glasgow