ISA (International Studies Abroad)
ISA (International Studies Abroad) Programs
ISA (International Studies Abroad) Reviews
Amazing abroad experience
Submitted by Lauren L'Etang - University of Alabama | June 26, 2018
I got so much more out of my semester studying in Buenos Aires because I went with ISA. From the beginning they were organized and made everything so much easier, and that continued once I was in the city as they helped us work out paperwork like our visas and medical insurance as well as giving us orientations on the city, culture, activities, and safety. The staff were like friends to us, and their knowledge and support made my experience much fuller.
Submitted by Cayla Graner - University of Tennessee | February 03, 2018
I was able to meet some amazing people and experience a new culture that I learned to love. I swam at the Great Barrier Reef, held a koala, scuba dived, and spent many days basking in the sun at the beach. Best semester of my life.
My lovely Belgium
Submitted by Matt - Carthage College | January 30, 2018
So quaint yet not quaint at all. I fell in love with this city and everyone in it. ISA helped me every step of the way. My program advisor became one of my best friends and my host moms were caring, loving, and a joy to be around. Wouldn't change a thing.
Study abroad 2015
Submitted by Nicole Springer - Iowa State University | January 16, 2018
My abroad experience was incredible I had an unforgettable experience. At first, I was really hesitant to join in different activities and talk to strangers. But the staff member working for ISA really helped me come out of my shell and join in. Once I started to become more a part of my group I was able to try things I never would've had before. After my study abroad experience I feel that I am so much more open to trying new things as well as being involved in my community.
Program: ISA Study Abroad in Shanghai, China
Submitted by Margaret Blume - Grove City College | January 09, 2018
This was the second time that I had been abroad in Europe, the first time was living in Zurich, Switzerland. Living in Prague, Czech Republic made me feel more down to earth when I was there. I felt that Switzerland was an amazing country but almost like a fairy tale and I learned what it cost to live in a fairy tale. Prague was filled with the enriched Eastern European lifestyle. Very held back people from deeper feelings but you could tell that they had meaning behind every move they made. A hard working and serious community made me think back to my own work ethic and how people had lived. It also made me appreciate where Prague had come from. Ultimately, it made me touch back into my European side which was free, full of great bread, a balcony, an espresso to start my day, a walk in the parks after classes, a tram ride to my street, a sophisticated drink to end my night, and always a cosmic conversation.