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
ISA is excited to announce our 3rd annual ISA Scholarship Week, October 2nd – 6th! During this week, we will be highlighting various scholarships that are sponsored through both ISA and our generous host universities abroad, as well as some additional specifically … Continue reading ISA Scholarship Week 2017 is Here!
By Kendra Ansotigue, Site Specialist – Valencia Looking to stay active while abroad? Then Valencia is just the right city for you! It is so easy for students to get movin’ as they will have the opportunity to participate in … Continue reading Ways to Stay Active in Valencia!
By Carley Frea, ISA Senior Site Specialist, Australia Ever dreamed of swimming with sea turtles on the Great Barrier Reef or sharing the courtyard outside your dorm room with kangaroos? Are you dreading snow and cooler days ahead while longing … Continue reading Beyond the Classroom: Experiential Learning at James Cook University
DUBLIN What’s great about this city? Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland. It is an extremely youthful and international city, perfect for any study abroad student.Perfect for… Students who want to be in a large diverse Irish city. … Continue reading Which City is Right for You in Ireland?
In celebrating ISA’s 30th anniversary in Spain, it is clear that the diversity of populations, cultures, geographies, and languages are what draw students to this special location. In addition to numerous unofficial languages, Spain is home to four official languages: … Continue reading Spain: A Diverse Landscape and History
By Carley Frea, ISA Australia Site Specialist Situated along the banks of the Brisbane River where colonial buildings stand side by side with skyscrapers, one will find Queensland’s capital city; Brisbane. With its energetic and urban atmosphere, excellent art and … Continue reading STEM Offerings in Brisbane, Australia
Sydney is a vibrant and active international city, and is home to some of the best universities in Australia. With access to over 100 amazing beaches, historic National parks, and endless opportunities to explore the iconic city sights, studying abroad … Continue reading Sydney Unis: 1 City, 5 Amazing Academic Experiences
By Jessica Mew, ISA New Zealand Program Manager Christchurch is the gateway to New Zealand’s beautiful South Island as it is conveniently located to several must see sites in New Zealand, such as Franz Josef Glacier, Queenstown (the adventure capital … Continue reading Christchurch Stole My Heart
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