ISA would like to congratulate the 22 ISA students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Winter and Spring study abroad programs! Winter and Spring 2017 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners: Peace Adeyemo , University of Memphis , Seoul – … Continue reading ISA Announces Winter and Spring 2017 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners
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 Studying abroad can be tough if you’re used to being involved on campus. But host universities also have student organizations that you can join to make you feel welcome. Before you know it, … Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Get Involved at the American University of Rome
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?
As Thanksgiving approaches, there are so many things for you to be thankful for. We, here at ISA, are thankful for you and the support you’ve provided your son or daughter on one of our programs and giving them the … Continue reading Give the Gift of an International Education this Holiday Season!
There are many international cities that get lots of love from travelers and study abroad programs alike. But there are so many other less overrun destinations with great merits. Choose to take the path less traveled for a more unique and memorable study abroad experience–your … Continue reading Top 5 Cities to Discover for Your Next Custom Program
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 Anthony Viltro, ISA Milan Site Specialist You’ll notice right away that Milan is not like other Italian cities. Much of Milan’s architecture was destroyed by bombing during World War II, so today Milan has a much more urban and … Continue reading The Many Neighborhoods of Milan
By working with ISA Custom Programs and Strategic Partnerships to develop a Signature Program, institutions can utilize ISA’s existing infrastructure to tailor study abroad programs for their students. ISA offers three types of program models: faculty-led, support services, and Signature Programs. … Continue reading When and Why ISA Signature Programs are Beneficial to Universities
By Tayler Gill, Sr. Site Specialist, England During students’ time studying abroad in London, they’ll have the opportunity to participate in a number of different ISA included excursions. One of those is to the Canterbury and Dover Castles. The city … Continue reading London Excursion Highlight: Canterbury and Dover Castles
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
By Rachel Bronson, ISA Student Services Advisor When I told people I chose to study abroad in Belgium I got a lot of puzzling looks. Why not France? You speak French. After looking at the course options, I realized that … Continue reading Eating My Way Through Brussels