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 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 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
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
By Dharma Bendersky, ISA Australia, Director of Operations Everyone knows you, they’ve all seen how beautiful you are, they all know you’re a global city and that, unlike Melbourne with its culture, café’s, and coolness (yes, yes we know it … Continue reading Why We Love Sydney
By Kathryn Ippolito, ISA Student Services Coordinator, London Office One of the things that you will learn living in London is that some of the best bits of the city are hidden or not well known. Richmond, a borough located in … Continue reading Things to do in London near Roehampton and Kingston Universities
By Derek Craker, ISA Alumni Relations Coordinator After studying and living in South Korea for a year, it became increasingly evident that Korean culture and business have been significantly influential around the world. Those trends you see in tech and skincare? … Continue reading Bibimbap and K-Pop: Culture and Beauty in Seoul, South Korea
By Tayler Gill, ISA England Senior Site Specialist During the 6 months I lived in London, I was fortunate enough to live right near the West End (equivalent to New York’s Broadway). Because of this, deciding last minute to see … Continue reading Exploring London’s Theatres
By Brittany Allen, ISA Site Specialist – South Africa Many times, when students prepare to study abroad, they spend most of their time dreaming of all of the wonderful new things they will see, do, and experience. However, sometimes things … Continue reading The Silver Linings of Study Abroad
By Cori Cummings Students from all over the world spend their summers studying abroad in predominantly Muslim countries, such as Jordan or Morocco, where the culture as a whole observes the fast of Ramadan. Muslim and non-Muslim students alike enjoy … Continue reading 6 Ways to Observe Ramadan as a Study Abroad Student