- Brussels, Belgium
- Program Type:
- Intern Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester
- Work Types:
- Arts & Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Journalism, Law, Sciences & Environment, Social Sciences
- Program Description:
Brussels is a cosmopolitan player in the European Union as well as the capital of the international business world. The city is bilingual in French and Dutch, but English is widely spoken due to a variety of international influences. Brussels is smaller than most European capitals, maintaining its quirky culture and traditions while accommodating foreigners and adapting to life as the center of European politics and global business.
Students will have the opportunity to study in the capital of the European Union and the International center for Business. Students can choose from a variety of courses in English, including liberal arts classes, Business, Communications, Politics, and International Affairs. French and Dutch language classes are also available during the fall and spring semesters. Students must have sophomore standing according to their home university to participate in this program and should have junior standing to participate in an internship for credit.
Program Price Includes: • Comprehensive Advising and Support • Tuition at the Host University • Official Transcript from Host University with ISA Cover Letter • Housing • Meals and Laundry Services • Bridging Cultures Program • Full-Time Resident Staff • On-Site ISA Offices • Computer and Internet Access • Excursions • The ISA Discovery Model • Cultural Activities • Medical Insurance • Comprehensive Health, Safety and Security Support • Airport Reception • Visa Support • Tutoring • The Professional Development Toolbox • Scholarship Opportunities
- Setting Description:
- The ISA office in Brussels is conveniently located in a bustling part of the city and boasts a charming garden and inviting interior. ISA resident staff are available to offer support with academics, housing, travel or any other part of the program. The ISA office also serves as a place where students can talk with the staff, their peers, hang out between classes or use the WiFi.
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