5 Movies That’ll Make You Start Planning Your Study Abroad Journey

Movies have always had the ability to transport us – to different times, to new worlds and to far-flung places. What better time to partake in the art of cinema than when we’re all #StayingHome? We asked our staff for the movies that’ll get you pumped for your future study abroad program – check out their recommendations below! Continue reading 5 Movies That’ll Make You Start Planning Your Study Abroad Journey

After Abroad: ISA New Zealand Internship Alumni Interview

By Bridget Naphen, ISA Administration Assistant  An interview with Justin Lai, a University of California, Davis alumni.  Justin interned for a sustainable development organization with ISA Internships in Wellington, New Zealand.  Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m a University of California, Davis, alumni with a degree in managerial economics with an emphasis on environment and agriculture. I am a huge foodie and worked in numerous restaurants throughout my academic career.  While I was a full-time student, I was the Sous Chef at Sukthohai Cuisine in Suisun City where I worked almost 8 years. I was very busy during my semesters! That’s why I … Continue reading After Abroad: ISA New Zealand Internship Alumni Interview

An Insider’s Perspective to Studying Business in Wellington, New Zealand

You’ve decided to study abroad in New Zealand? Awesome! But where in New Zealand? For a small country, New Zealand offers a surprising number of institutions for studying abroad. To find the right one, it’s helpful to get an insider’s perspective. ISA … Continue reading An Insider’s Perspective to Studying Business in Wellington, New Zealand

Not the Norm: Do Something More in Australia and New Zealand

Did you know that ISA’s host university partners in the Pacific Region offer unique, co-curricular opportunities for Business and Communications students? Take YOUR study abroad experience to a new level through participation in one of these enriching options. Macquarie University … Continue reading Not the Norm: Do Something More in Australia and New Zealand