By Jessica Mew, ISA New Zealand Program Manager Christchurch is the gateway to New Zealand’s beautiful South Island as it is conveniently located to several must see sites in New Zealand, such as Franz Josef Glacier, Queenstown (the adventure capital … Continue reading Christchurch Stole My Heart
By Madeline Townsend, ISA Latin America Program Manager I currently work at ISA as a Latin America Program Manager, but my time with ISA first started as a student. As an undergrad, I decided to enhance my Spanish and Global … Continue reading 5 Things You’ll Learn Outside of the Classroom in Lima
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 Dharma Bendersky, ISA Australia, Director of Operations Everyone knows you, they’ve all seen how beautiful you are, they all know you’re a global city and that, unlike Melbourne with its culture, café’s, and coolness (yes, yes we know it … Continue reading Why We Love Sydney
By Brittany Allen, ISA Site Specialist In these times of global uncertainty, the idea of studying abroad can, for some students, bring a lot of questions, concerns, and doubts. Not only do students worry about their safety abroad, but their … Continue reading The Importance of Global Travel in an Age of Uncertainty – A Parent’s Perspective
By Derek Craker, ISA Alumni Relations Coordinator After studying and living in South Korea for a year, it became increasingly evident that Korean culture and business have been significantly influential around the world. Those trends you see in tech and skincare? … Continue reading Bibimbap and K-Pop: Culture and Beauty in Seoul, South Korea
By Juanita Lillie, ISA Intern In 2013, I participated in a semester-long ISA program in San Pedro San Jose, Costa Rica. That study abroad experience has without a doubt changed my life. Admittedly, I did not know if it would … Continue reading Access Abroad With a Disability
By Brittany Allen, ISA Site Specialist – South Africa Many times, when students prepare to study abroad, they spend most of their time dreaming of all of the wonderful new things they will see, do, and experience. However, sometimes things … Continue reading The Silver Linings of Study Abroad
By Troy Stiles, ISA Marketing Communications Manager I’ll never forget my very first class in college. I was one of a hundred-plus freshmen students sitting in a giant lecture hall and my professor asked, “Why are you here? What’s the point of … Continue reading Learn How to Learn
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!
A typical dilemma for ISA Málaga, Spain students: You need to finish your homework, but you want to go out and explore the city. Why not do both? While the University of Málaga’s library offers a quiet and relaxed place … Continue reading Get Outside: Top 5 Places to Study in Málaga, Spain
By Kim Sarna, ISA Latin America Programs Coordinator Imagine yourself living on an island surrounded by natural beauty, where the people are welcoming, the culture is lively, and the adventures are endless. Discover Latin America’s largest and most diverse country … Continue reading Big Changes in Brazil