By Aley Bedair, University Relations Coordinator, Mary Howington, Site Specialist, England, and Scotland, and Megan Kane, Marketing Coordinator From internships in the heart of London to an international Christian mission practicum, London has something for every student, especially for those who crave an experience … Continue reading London, England: Something For Everyone
By Kaitlyn Webster, ISA Marketing Associate Missed the Royal Wedding? Here’s your chance to walk a mile in Meghan Markle’s shoes… While Buckingham Palace may be the iconic London residence and administrative headquarters of the British royal family, its counterpart … Continue reading Windsor Castle: 4 Things to Know Before You Go
By Troy Stiles, ISA Marketing Communications Manager There are a lot of reasons people choose to study abroad and there are a lot of reasons people choose a particular location in which to study abroad. One of those reasons can … Continue reading Back to My Roots – London, Part 1
By Tayler Gill, Former ISA Senior Site Specialist Choosing to study abroad is a big decision! At ISA, we are dedicated to helping students make the best decisions that are right for them because we know you have a lot … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Study Abroad with ISA in London
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 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 Tayler Gill, ISA Sr. Site Specialist, England One of the best things about studying in London is all the amazing sporting events that take place throughout the year. One of the oldest and most prestigious Tennis events takes place … Continue reading Summer in London: My Wimbledon Experience
Faculty-led programs are becoming increasingly common as a cost-effective way for university students to study abroad. Custom Programs also serve as a shorter alternative study abroad experience for students who may not be ready to commit to a full semester … Continue reading Top 5 Essentials for Creating Your Custom Program
Explore Europe’s most famous prehistoric site that dates back 5,000 years. Some of the stones at Stonehenge originally came from South Wales, and upon viewing their immense size, it is unimaginable how they were transported such long distances. Experts still … Continue reading Reading Excursions: Stonehenge and Bath
London, England is host to the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, The Wimbledon Championships. The tournament dates back to 1877 and is well known for its unique rules, such as only allowing players to wear white during … Continue reading City Discovery: London, More Than Tea and Crumpets
Reading, England is a great city for business entrepreneurs. It has the 5th highest start up rate according to Centre for Cities and is home to some global companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Symantec, Prudential and many more. The Ballad … Continue reading City Discovery: The Oft Overlooked English City of Reading
By Tayler Gill, ISA London Senior Site Specialist
As a Sport Management major in college, I learned a lot about the different aspects of the Sport & Entertainment Industry. We discussed everything from Marketing and Event Planning to Sport Law and Public Relations, and of course the history of sports.
One day my professor made a bold statement in front of the entire class. He said, “London is the birthplace of modern sports.” I was already starting to consider where I would study abroad and his statement made me very curious to learn more, but also very skeptical.