In early October, ISA Meknes Resident Director Iman Essamati came to the US and visited several ISA partner universities – the University of Colorado, Boulder; Colorado State University (CSU); the University of Denver (DU); Regis University; Arizona State University (ASU); … Continue reading Staff Spotlight: Iman Essamati – ISA Meknes Resident Director
Updated on 11/1/2019 By working with ISA Strategic Programs to develop a Signature Program, institutions can utilize ISA’s existing infrastructure to tailor study abroad programs for their students. A Signature Program is a re-branded, existing ISA program with an institution’s … Continue reading When and Why ISA Signature Programs are Beneficial to Universities
By Becky Richey, Service-Learning Academic Coordinator Depending on the type or location of your ISA program, you can interact with people from the community through your classes, living with a host family, or in university dorms. Why stop there, though? With … Continue reading Making Connections Through Service-Learning
While you’re on your journey abroad, you’ll be taking dozens of photos a day and posting some of them on your Insta feed. With a few simple steps, you can enter these posts into our monthly photo contest on Instagram … Continue reading Snap, Share, Win: ISA’s Monthly Instagram Photo Contest!
By Amber Aho, ISA Marketing Coordinator It’s finally that time of year – back to campus! You get to see all your friends, go to football games, attend back to school activities, and so much more. As fun of a … Continue reading 10 Questions to Start Your Study Abroad Discovery
By Kaitlyn Webster & Megan Kane Elevate your experience abroad by participating in an ISA internships program or ISA Service-Learning program. Not only do our career-building internships and service-learning programs look great on a resume, but they also offer hands-on … Continue reading How to Decide Between an ISA Internship or Service-Learning Program
By Kaitlyn Webster Ho Chi Minh City is one of ISA’s newest study abroad destinations, and if you’re looking for an exotic and life-changing experience abroad, this is the city for you. Located at the southern end of Vietnam, Ho … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in Vietnam
ISA is partnering with STA Travel, the student travel experts, to help students fly abroad for free. Here’s what you need to know: Apply and be accepted into an ISA or Veritas Spring or Winter 2020 program by August 1st. After … Continue reading Win Free Airfare to Your ISA Study Abroad Destination
By Sarah Warren, ISA Program Advisor If you saw me on a normal day, you probably wouldn’t assume that I may require mobile accessibility accommodations in certain situations. That’s how I prefer it, honestly. I, and many people with different … Continue reading Accessibility in Education Abroad: Equity Matters
By Gracie Paredes, ISA Program Manager Ever been in a place that was completely different from what you know – different sounds, smells, etc. – but still have it feel like home? Somehow, with its different culture, cuisine, music and … Continue reading “Why I fell in love with Korea.”
By Maggie Aldworth, ISA Site Specialist Do you take your studies seriously but want to spend a semester on island time? Fiji may just be your ideal study abroad location. Fiji is an affordable destination to spend a semester or … Continue reading Spend a Semester Abroad on Island Time in Fiji
By Megan Schwartz, ISA Site Specialist Over the last few years, Prague has become an increasingly popular choice for students when it comes to study abroad locations. With its fascinating history, delicious food, fun nightlife, and exceptional sights, it’s not … Continue reading What Makes Prague a Unique Place to Study Abroad?