By Elyse Oberland, Former ISA Director of Student Outreach and Dominick Luciano, Associate VP of Marketing Finding “the perfect gift” is something that parents and grandparents think about this time of year. With Black Friday fast approaching, many of you will be lining … Continue reading Giving the Gift of Study Abroad Will be the Best Gift They Ever Get
By Danny Gibbons, ISA Lima Academic Coordinator One of the most interesting things about living in Lima is that it’s next to the ocean. You don’t find many cities with over 9 million people sitting next to the sea! This … Continue reading What’s So Special About Lima?
One of ISA’s most veteran staff members, Michelle McRaney de Winder pioneered ISA programs in Peru. In 1998 she started working in our U.S. office and traveled the world leading programs. Michelle has led ISA programs in Spain, Mexico, Australia, … Continue reading Staff Highlight: An Interview with Lima Resident Director, Michelle McRaney de Winder
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 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
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
ISA invites you to watch this previously recorded webinar presentation titled, “Florence, Italy with ISA.” The presentation took place on Tuesday, September 19th. During this 20-minute presentation, ISA Program Manager, Anthony Viltro, and ISA Site Specialist, Monica Taylor, discussed our programs in Florence, Italy. Webinar attendees will come away with a better understanding of the unique academic offerings at our partner universities; the Florence University of the Arts and the New York Film Academy. Attendees with also learn details about ISA student housing, cultural activities, and ISA-exclusive opportunities that allow program participants to integrate into the Florentine community. Continue reading Webinar: Florence, Italy with ISA
By Madeline Townsend, ISA Latin America Program Manager I currently work at ISA as a Latin America Program Manager, but my time with ISA first started as a student. As an undergrad, I decided to enhance my Spanish and Global … Continue reading 5 Things You’ll Learn Outside of the Classroom in Lima
It would not be possible to celebrate this 30th anniversary without ISA’s incredible staff abroad! In Spain alone, ISA has programs in 9 different sites and over 45 resident staff. In addition to standard office hours, students can contact on-site … Continue reading ISA Resident Staff Set Programs Apart
By Matt Gulizia – ISA Senior Site Specialist and Geographic Oversight Manager, Europe Paris is a city that has captivated the masses for centuries, and for good reason. Every twist and turn you take through the city gives you something … Continue reading How to Uncover the “Real” Paris