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!
By Stephanie Novacek, ISA Senior Site Specialist, Spain An interview with Lauren Fedele: ISA Santander Alum, now ISA High School Advisor! Santander is nestled in northern Spain, on the shore of the Bay of Biscay. It offers students such an … Continue reading Santander, Spain Through the Eyes of an ISA Alum
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 Troy Stiles, ISA Marketing Communication Manager As 2016 comes to a close, we can, without a doubt, say that it was a year that we won’t soon forget. Like many other people, you may have set goals at the … Continue reading What Do You Want to Accomplish in 2017?
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!
Choosing where to study abroad can be a bit overwhelming at times, but as advisors – that’s what we’re here for! There are many things to consider when looking for the right program and the right location. With this in … Continue reading Introducing ISA’s Calling All Series
By Eric Mackintosh, ISA’s Associate Director, Academic Resources Last summer I had the privilege of directing an ISA partnership program with the University of Colorado, Boulder, in Havana, Cuba. I’m back in Havana this year, directing our first ISA five-week catalog … Continue reading Cuba: What a Difference a Year Makes
By Tayler Gill, ISA Sr. Site Specialist, England One of the best things about studying in London is all the amazing sporting events that take place throughout the year. One of the oldest and most prestigious Tennis events takes place … Continue reading Summer in London: My Wimbledon Experience
By Rachel Bronson, ISA Student Services Advisor The ISA Brussels Program offers a study + internship combo option. You are able to enroll in an internship course through the host university, Vesalius College while still taking courses towards your degree. … Continue reading Why You Can’t Go Wrong With an Internship in Brussels
by Troy Stiles, ISA Marketing Communications Manager Traveling is pretty great, but I’ve realized that it’s definitely one of those “you don’t know what you don’t know” kinds of things. Throughout my experiences abroad I have learned many valuable lessons not … Continue reading Lessons Learned From Traveling Abroad