By Lauren Dungan, ISA Program Manager – Spain Four years ago, I studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide and caught the incurable travel bug. Now, I work for ISA as the Program Manager for Sevilla and Málaga. During my … Continue reading What I Wish I Knew – Advice for Future Study Abroad Students
Back in 1987, ISA launched its very first program in Salamanca, Spain which brought intercultural learning to just a handful of students. A lot has happened since, as ISA now partners with 16 local universities to send over 2,500 students … Continue reading 2017 marks International Studies Abroad’s 30th anniversary!
By Lindsey Wineholt, former ISA Málaga Site Specialist A typical dilemma for ISA Málaga, Spain students: You need to finish your homework, but you want to go out and explore the city. I typically tell students, why not do both? While the University of Málaga’s library offers a quiet and relaxed place to study, there are plenty of other locations within the city of Málaga that allow students to catch some rays while also catching up on some reading. Here’s a list of the top 5 places to study (excluding the library) that I recommend to students in Málaga: 1. Café Con … Continue reading Get Outside the Library: Top 5 Places to Hit the Books in Málaga
Lindsey Wineholt is an ISA Site Specialist for Spain. Lindsey works with students studying in Bilbao, Málaga and Salamanca. Would you like to sample the world-renown pintxos of the Basque Country? Are you looking to get in touch with your theatrical side while studying in Spain? ISA Bilbao programs (Spanish Language & Liberal Arts and Business, International Relations & Spanish Language) are offering two new courses for the fall 2013 semester: Spanish Through Gastronomy and Spanish Through Drama. The Spanish Through Gastronomy course will focus on appreciating Spanish cuisine, old and new, by learning culinary terminology, cooking techniques, and sampling … Continue reading Delicous & Entertaining: Gastronomy and Theater in Bilbao, Spain