Durban is a beautiful hotspot on the eastern coastline of South Africa. Here are 4 reasons why you should make Durban your Summer destination!

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Please join us on Thursday, March 5th, at 12:00 P.M. MST for a free webinar presentation titled, “EuroScholars Undergraduate Research Program,” for advisors, faculty and students.

During this 30 minute webinar, we will discuss the Euroscholars program structure, participating European institutions and the ideal student profile. There will be time for audience questions at the end of the presentation.

 

If you have any questions about Euroscholars, please feel free to contact us at degreesteam@studiesabroad.com.

 

We look forward to seeing you online this Thursday !

 

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by Graham Cruise, ISA Site Specialist for Spain programs

World-class museums are far-reaching all across Europe, from the Musee D’Orsay in Paris to the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence. But tucked in the illustrious Costa del Sol, behest the popularity of other art-epicenters found across the continent, Málaga is a seemingly unnoticed art mecca that transforms Spain’s past into a living reality.

Fifteen years ago, not a single museum graced the historic city-center of Málaga. Today, there are more than 20, with two new ones opening up this year alone.

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The 2015 City Discovery Series will showcase one of ISA’s program locations each week. Facts about each location and Discovery Compass activity examples will be given, highlighting the areas of Intercultural, Historical, Sociopolitical, Professional and Environmental discovery. The Discovery Compass aims to help students have the best possible study abroad experience by helping them to gain a better understanding of the local environment, customs and people through a variety of experiences

Discover Christchurch!

After an unintentional spelling error in the city charter, the city known as Christ Church became the city known as Christchurch. And on July 31, 1856, Christchurch was officially established by Royal Charter and is New Zealand’s oldest city.

On February 22, 2011, Christchurch was hit by a 6.3 magnitude. The earthquake was the largest earthquake to ever hit a large city and has played a large role in the current transformation of the city.

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ISA Combines Internship and Experiential Programs Abroad; Forms New Division

February 23, 2015
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Experiential Learning Abroad and International Internship Departments Combine to Better Serve Student Needs International Studies Abroad (ISA) has announced that its Experiential Learning Abroad Programs (ELAP) and International Internship Programs have combined to form a new singular division known as ISA Internships and Service-Learning.  ISA Internships and Service-Learning aims to help students more simply and effectively identify [...]

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What’s The Hype About Hyderabad, India?

February 23, 2015
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Cori Cummings is ISA’s Site Specialist for programs in Morocco, Jordan, India and Greece. India is amazing. That’s the easiest way to put it. Unlike in the U.S., visitors will find that many states in India are completely different from their neighbors. Language, food and even attire can change as you cross from one state to another. And [...]

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