The 5 Most Affordable Study Abroad Programs in Latin America

By Maddie Townsend, Program Manager for Peru, Brazil and Dominican Republic Wanting to spend a full semester abroad, but don’t want to break the bank? Check out these 5 cost-effective programs. 1) Brazil At just $7,950, the ISA Florianópolis fall program is the most … Continue reading The 5 Most Affordable Study Abroad Programs in Latin America

Unique Custom Programs That Will Inspire Your Own Faculty-Led Program

ISA Custom Programs collaborated with U.S. partner institutions to run over 125 faculty-led programs this spring and summer in a variety of academic fields. Here are several recent programs that demonstrate how studying abroad brings academics to life through real-world international experiences. Get … Continue reading Unique Custom Programs That Will Inspire Your Own Faculty-Led Program

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know are Included in Your Fall 2015 Brazil Program

You may have expected beautiful beaches, incredible weather and extraordinarily friendly people, but here are 5 things you might not expect from our study abroad program in Florianópolis, Brazil!

Free Webinar: Samba like a Local – Discover Study Abroad Opportunities in Friendly Florianópolis

Please join us at our upcoming webinar presentation entitled, “Samba like a Local: Discover Study Abroad Opportunities in Friendly Florianópolis,” featuring the ISA onsite Resident Director, Rodrigo Franzoni on April 9, 2015 , at 1:00 pm CST. During this 30 minute … Continue reading Free Webinar: Samba like a Local – Discover Study Abroad Opportunities in Friendly Florianópolis

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7 Reasons Why 2015 is the Year to Study Abroad in Florianópolis, Brazil

Whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly program or a program where you’ll be able to interact with locals – Florianópolis (or Floripa) should be the place you study this year. Here are 7 reasons why:

ISA Brazil Students Visit Native Tribe

By Daniel Goulart and Maddi Reising

The Guaraní are group of indigenous peoples throughout South America, including Brazil. UNISUL Professors, Estefânia Tumenas and André Bakker, organized a field trip for ISA Brazil students to visit a Guaraní tribe in the greater Florianópolis area. They visited the tribe’s school and walked deep into the forest to two meeting and meditation spots. A pair of Guaraní men, one being the tribe’s fire keeper, guided the group and answered their questions about Guaraní culture and way of life.

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What’s Cooking in Brazil?

  The ISA Brazil fall group recently got together and put their culinary skills to the test in making Brigadeiros and Beijinjos, which are traditional Brazilian treats typically served during birthday celebrations. Follow the recipe below to make your own and bring a taste of Brazil to your kitchen. Remember, a good cook always samples his/her creations! Ingredients: BRIGADEIRO BEIJINHO ·   1 can/package of Condensed Milk (395g) ·   3 tablespoons of chocolate powder ·   1 tablespoon of unsalted butter ·   200g of chocolate sprinkles ·   1 can/package of Condensed Milk (395g) ·   100g of … Continue reading What’s Cooking in Brazil?