By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate Don’t want to be landlocked while you’re studying abroad? ISA had plenty of seaside locations for you to choose from! Whether you’re looking for great waves, white sand beaches, or a peaceful spot to study … Continue reading 10 ISA Study Abroad Destinations with the Coolest Beaches
Throughout the month of May, as thousands of students graduate from college and move forward with their careers, ISA will publish a series of stories from ISA staff members about how their study abroad experiences laid the foundation for their … Continue reading How Study Abroad Prepares You to Join the Peace Corps – Part 3 of 4
By Jenna Tantillo, ISA Spain Site Specialist If you’ve never been to Bilbao, Spain it’s time to put the capital of Basque country and the largest city in northern Spain on your radar. Having been declared the Academy of Urbanism’s … Continue reading Five Reasons Why the Universidad de Deusto is an Ideal Host University
By Megan Kane, ISA Internships and Service Learning Outreach Coordinator From exploring Gothic and Renaissance architecture in the Old City to devouring tapas on Calle Varillas between classes at the Universidad de Salamanca, it’s easy to see why this UNESCO … Continue reading Unique Service-Learning Opportunities in Salamanca, Spain
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
Sevilla is a magical city in the south of Spain that has so much to offer for students looking to be immersed into the Spanish culture. With orange trees lining the streets, tapas on every corner, and the sound of … Continue reading Experience Enchanting Sevilla
By Heidi Doerr, ISA Málaga Resident Director 1. Stay Active Get outside and go for a long walk on the Malagueta promenade or at “Muelle Uno” (the commercial port)! Every day there are loads of Malagueños running, walking, riding bikes, you name … Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Study Abroad in Málaga and Become Like One of the Locals
By Kendra Ansotigue, Site Specialist – Valencia Looking to stay active while abroad? Then Valencia is just the right city for you! It is so easy for students to get movin’ as they will have the opportunity to participate in … Continue reading Ways to Stay Active in Valencia!
In celebrating ISA’s 30th anniversary in Spain, it is clear that the diversity of populations, cultures, geographies, and languages are what draw students to this special location. In addition to numerous unofficial languages, Spain is home to four official languages: … Continue reading Spain: A Diverse Landscape and History
It would not be possible to celebrate this 30th anniversary without ISA’s incredible staff abroad! In Spain alone, ISA has programs in 9 different sites and over 45 resident staff. In addition to standard office hours, students can contact on-site … Continue reading ISA Resident Staff Set Programs Apart
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 Stephanie Novacek, ISA Senior Site Specialist, Spain Located in the heart of Bilbao, Spain, the Universidad de Duesto is the perfect location for students looking to study at a prestigious Spanish university. Over the last 25 years, the school … Continue reading New Engineering Courses Being Offered in Bilbao Starting Fall 2017!