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Beyond the Classroom with Experiential Learning at the Florence University of the Arts

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

ISA Photo Contest Winner: ‘I’m With ISA’

After more than 800 student submissions and much deliberation, ISA is pleased to announce a winner for the Spring 2012 Photo Contest category ‘I’m with ISA!’ “Dune Dash” Daniel Fink (ISA Lima Spring 1 2012) Washington State University La Huacachina, Peru. One of my favorite experiences in Peru was going to the sand dunes near Ica, Peru, to go sandboarding. While we were waiting to hit the slopes these ladies took the liberty to have some fun and have a race running up the dunes. Continue reading ISA Photo Contest Winner: ‘I’m With ISA’

Guest Post: Why I Chose to Study Abroad with International Studies Abroad (ISA)

Blakely Grimm is a student at Louisiana State University and an ISA Alumni Guest Blogger. Blakely studied abroad with ISA Salamanca in Spring 2012. This post originally appeared on her blog La Visa Española and is being republished with permission. It’s been 18 days since I left Spain, so that makes me an authority on all things study abroad related, right? After all, I am an alumni which makes me sound fancy and sophisticated. Okay, maybe not, but I do know a lot more about study abroad than I did five months ago! Before I studied abroad, I was a … Continue reading Guest Post: Why I Chose to Study Abroad with International Studies Abroad (ISA)