Handmade Goods Highlight – Wire & Bead African Animals

Head to your local study abroad fair this fall for a chance to win a basket of handcrafted artisan goods from all over the world! These handmade items come from some of ISA’s service-learning locations where students have the opportunity to take classes abroad while they work on the front lines to enrich and support local communities. These special prizes will be raffled off during your campus study abroad fair, so keep an eye out for the ISA booth! Zimbabwe-born Richard Tityiwe became a crafter when he turned a hobby into his full-time occupation. The variety and quality of his … Continue reading Handmade Goods Highlight – Wire & Bead African Animals

Diversity Abroad: Studying in the Rainbow Nation – A Minority Student Perspective

By Brittany Waddell-Allen, ISA South Africa Site Specialist The number of students from underrepresented groups who study abroad has slowly increased over the last decade. According to the Institute of International Education, the number of African-American, Asian-American, and Hispanic students … Continue reading Diversity Abroad: Studying in the Rainbow Nation – A Minority Student Perspective

15 Amazing Things to do in Cape Town

By Brittany Waddell-Allen, ISA South Africa Site Specialist

From July through December cooler temperatures come to Cape Town, but these cooler temperatures bring students the opportunity to explore everything that Cape Town has to offer! Check out some of these affordable epic sights, sounds and adventures to discover around this amazing South African city!

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