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Paris
Paris is draped in history, tradition, culture, and glamour, not to mention academia. The Seine River, which bisects the city into its north (Right Bank or "Rive Droite") and south (Left Bank or "Rive Gauche") areas, has long been a source of the city's economic,...
Berlin
Berlin is a dynamic, multicultural, Central European metropolis with 3.4 million inhabitants. The city boasts a rich and dramatic past, spanning many centuries and the ups and downs of German history. You will enjoy a spectacular diversity of cultural offerings, featuring countless museums and...
Sevilla
Sevilla, the largest city in southern Spain, and the fourth largest in the country, offers endless opportunities to learn about Spanish culture and history. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, this enchanting capital city of the region of Andalucía has become one of the most...
Stirling
Stirling is one of Scotland's most historic cities, which many major battles for Scottish independence took place in and around. Once the capital of Scotland, the city is surrounded by a large medieval fortress now mixed in with a contemporary, university town. Lush and green, Stirling is...
Milan
Milan is Italy's second largest city and the European Union's fifth largest urban area, and is a major center for fashion, finance, and commerce. This modern, cosmopolitan city is home to several trade and fashion shows year-round. In addition to being the location of Italy's stock...
Lille
Lille is a charming city in the Nord-Pas de Calais region of Northern France that has retained its exceptional Flemish heritage while offering the luxuries of a modern city. Lille was developed around the Deûle River and has been home to a number or political influences and cultures, many...
Wellington
Wellington is the capital of New Zealand, located on the southern coast of the North Island on the shores of Cook Strait. Along with serving as the center of government, Wellington is the artistic and cultural capital of New Zealand and offers numerous cultural, historical, and entertainment...
Prague
Since 1992, Prague has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason: The city is an unaltered, hands-on museum seemingly frozen in time and filled with quaint cobblestone streets, austere church towers, Neo-Gothic bridges, and gargantuan castles. The landscape of the Czech...
Madrid
Madrid (pop. 3 million), the capital and geographic center of Spain, is a wonderfully vibrant city with rich cultural, artistic, and intellectual activity. Students will be captivated by Madrid's impressive universities, royal palaces, pristine parks, and world-famous art museums. The city...
Sevilla
Sevilla, the largest city in southern Spain, and the fourth largest in the country, offers endless opportunities to learn about Spanish culture and history. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, this enchanting capital city of the region of Andalucía has become one of the most...
Valencia
Valencia, Spain's third largest city, is located on the Mediterranean coast approximately 200 miles south of Barcelona. Although Valencia has a rich history, it is often referred to as one of Spain's more modern cities. Celebrations and festivals throughout the year, like the Fallas,...
Santiago De Los Caballeros
Santiago (1,000,000) is the second largest city in the Dominican Republic and the economic center of the fertile Cibao Valley. The Septentrional mountain range is visible from most points of the city. The Yaque River flows through the city en route to the Atlantic Ocean, a mere one hour bus ride...
Auckland
With a population that encompasses one in every three New Zealanders, Auckland is the largest and most populous city in the country. Situated on the North Island, Auckland is a beach-friendly city with a diverse population that blends South Pacific, European and Asian cultures with many other...
Dunedin
Dunedin, located on the South Island of New Zealand, is known for its Victorian and Edwardian architecture and incredible wildlife. Highlights include the steepest street in the world, beautiful botanic gardens, and a proud Scottish heritage. There are also ski resorts located two hours from...
Prague
Since 1992, Prague has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason: The city is an unaltered, hands-on museum seemingly frozen in time and filled with quaint cobblestone streets, austere church towers, Neo Gothic bridges, and gargantuan castles. The landscape of the Czech...
Townsville
Townsville is Australia's largest tropical city and headquarters for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Just off its shores you can discover the Great Barrier Reef and Magnetic Island, while in town you can explore in the parks or walk up to Castle Hill Lookout. If looking for...
Lima
Lima, the capital of Peru, is situated on the west coast of the southern Pacific Ocean, along the outlet of the Rímac River. Lima is full of fascinating contrasts between traditional and modern influences. The traditional influences evolved from Peru's history as the home of the Inca...
Rabat
Meknès, known as the "Versailles of Morocco", is home to a beautiful blend of the Arab, Berber, and French cultures composing modern Morocco. The diverse and distinct districts of Meknès, such as the bustling Ville Nouvelle (modern city), labyrinthine Medina (medieval...
San Jose
San José, the capital city of Costa Rica, is set in the lush Central Valley of the Costa Rican highlands. As the cultural, economic and political center of Costa Rica, San José is where the majority of Costa Ricans live, work, study and play. Students studying in San José...
Granada
As the last Muslim stronghold to be recaptured by the Christian monarchs in 1492, Granada overflows with cultural and architectural remnants of an illustrious past, which has made it a familiar name to historians and tourists alike. Today Granada is a vibrant, youthful city where university...
Rabat
Meknès, known as the "Versailles of Morocco", is home to a beautiful blend of the Arab, Berber, and French cultures composing modern Morocco. The diverse and distinct districts of Meknès, such as the bustling Ville Nouvelle (modern city), labyrinthine Medina (medieval...
Madrid
Madrid (pop. 3 million), the capital and geographic center of Spain, is a wonderfully vibrant city with rich cultural, artistic, and intellectual activity. Students will be captivated by Madrid's impressive universities, royal palaces, pristine parks, and world-famous art museums. The city...
Havana
Havana offers all of its visitors a perfect balance of old charm and modern convenience that has yet to be branded by commercialism. There is a relaxed way of life, despite its big city size. Havana is visually and culturally captivating. Although not conventionally beautiful due to unfortunate...
Santander
Santander, located in northern Spain, offers an extraordinary landscape on the shores of the Bay of Biscay and has been described as Spain's "most elegant city." While the climate throughout much of the year is rainy, Santander is full of beauty with lush green trees and rolling...
Cusco
Cusco is a city in southeastern Peru, situated high in the Peruvian Andes Mountains. Cusco boasts a rich cultural history, as the former center of the Inca Empire. The first Spaniards arrived in the 1530s, with Spanish conquistador, Francisco Pizarro, discovering the city. Much of the...
Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires (pop. 13 million including suburbs) is well-known for its cultural diversity and dynamic atmosphere, making it one of South America's most elegant and vibrant cities. The city's history revolves around the Western European immigrants whose descendants have preserved their...
Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is well-known for its cultural diversity and dynamic atmosphere, making it one of South America's most elegant and vibrant cities. The city's history revolves around the Western European immigrants whose descendants have preserved their influences since the 19th century by...
Florianopolis
Florianópolis, a city situated on an island in southeastern Brazil, is modern and cosmopolitan yet also blessed with tremendous natural beauty. Floripa, as it is called by locals, showcases over 42 beaches, rolling mountains, Atlantic rainforest, soft white sand dunes, and an array of...
Limerick
You can study abroad at University of Limerick with ISA. We are here to assist you in your path of discovery throughout the study abroad experience. Through our planned activities and personal recommendations, you will be directed on a path of personal, academic, cultural, social, and...
Lima
Lima, the capital of Peru, is situated on the west coast of the southern Pacific Ocean, along the outlet of the Rímac River. Lima is full of fascinating contrasts between traditional and modern influences. The traditional influences evolved from Peru's history as the home of the Inca...
Salamanca
ISA founded its first study abroad site in Salamanca, Spain, in 1987. Salamanca (pop. 156,000) is described by many as the ideal study abroad location because of the outstanding academic possibilities, assorted cultural opportunities, and proximity to the capital city of Madrid. It is one of the...
Cusco
Cusco is a city in southeastern Peru, situated high in the Peruvian Andes Mountains. Cusco boasts a rich cultural history, as the former center of the Inca Empire. The first Spaniards arrived in the 1530s, with Spanish conquistador, Francisco Pizarro, discovering the city. Much of the...
Bilbao
Bilbao (pop. 354,000) is located in northern Spain, within País Vasco. This capital of the Biscay Province provides you with an opportunity for an amazing adventure abroad. Smart, cosmopolitan, and just minutes from the coast, Bilbao is an ideal place to study. As a cultural epicenter, you...
Valencia
Valencia, Spain's third largest city, is located on the Mediterranean coast approximately 200 miles south of Barcelona. Although Valencia has a rich history, it is often referred to as one of Spain's more modern cities. Celebrations and festivals throughout the year, like the Fallas,...
San Jose
San José, the capital city of Costa Rica, is set in the lush Central Valley of the Costa Rican highlands. As the cultural, economic and political center of Costa Rica, San José is where the majority of Costa Ricans live, work, study and play. Students studying in San José...
Salamanca
ISA founded its first study abroad site in Salamanca, Spain, in 1987. Salamanca (pop. 156,000) is described by many as the ideal study abroad location because of the outstanding academic possibilities, assorted cultural opportunities, and proximity to the capital city of Madrid. It is one of the...
Florianopolis
Florianópolis, a city situated on an island in southeastern Brazil, is modern and cosmopolitan yet also blessed with tremendous natural beauty. Floripa, as it is called by locals, showcases over 42 beaches, rolling mountains, Atlantic rainforest, soft white sand dunes, and an array of...
Malaga
Málaga (pop. 600,000) is pleasantly nestled on the Mediterranean Sea and is considered to be the gateway to the Costa del Sol, one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. A port city and industrial center, Málaga is a European tourist and business hub. It boasts some...
Malaga
Málaga (pop. 600,000) is pleasantly nestled on the Mediterranean Sea and is considered to be the gateway to the Costa del Sol, one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. A port city and industrial center, Málaga is a European tourist and business hub. It boasts some...
Granada
As the last Muslim stronghold to be recaptured by the Christian monarchs in 1492, Granada overflows with cultural and architectural remnants of an illustrious past, which has made it a familiar name to historians and tourists alike. Today Granada is a vibrant, youthful city where university...
Gold Coast
Famous for its surf beaches, national parks, waterways, and mountain ranges, the Gold Coast has a population of over 500,000 and is an extremely popular tourist destination for visitors worldwide. Catering to such an international tourist crowd, the Gold Coast has excellent shopping and an...

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