About

As a leader in international education for over twenty-five years, ISA is dedicated to providing university level students with the opportunity to discover, learn, and enjoy a way of life other than their own. ISA offers a diverse portfolio of education abroad programs across Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and the Pacific. Our worldwide team continuously seeks to provide high-quality experiences for university students at an affordable price. Each year thousands of students participate in ISA programs, including; ISA Custom Programs, Service-Learning & Internships, Veritas Christian Study Abroad, EuroScholars undergraduate research, Degrees Abroad and ISA High School. ISA distinguishes itself by maintaining its commitment to each individual student and its comprehensive on-site support offered through resident staff in nearly seventy-five program locations around the world. 

Programs from ISA (International Studies Abroad)
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    The program is comprised of a Language and Culture Course of the host country, an in-depth literature review on the chosen research topics, and the actual research project. Research can be done in a variety of fields, depending on the available places and
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    The program is comprised of a Language and Culture Course of the host country, an in-depth literature review on the chosen research topics, and the actual research project. Research can be done in a variety of fields, depending on the available places and
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service are
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service are
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service are
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service are
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    "During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service ar
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    "During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service ar
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    "During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service ar
  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)
    "During the week of Spring Break or the second two weeks of the month-long summer programs, ISA-HS Global Impact students engage in volunteer activities with local organizations in their host city. Volunteer options generally fall into specific service ar