Ready to go back, right? So are we. In this section, you will find information on traditional study abroad programs, graduate school abroad, independent study options, and volunteer and internship opportunities that are available. The World Awaits...again.
Many of our alumni feel that their time abroad was too short, and choose to study abroad again with ISA in another program location. We get it. We're all nomads, too!
ISA and ELAP offers grants to students who have previously participated in an ISA or ELAP program, regardless of the length of time (if any) that passes between the two programs. Please note that students participating in an ISA Custom Program or an ELAP Group Project are not eligible for these scholarships.$100 ISA SUMMER PROGRAM GRANT
Students who enroll in an ISA SUMMER program or an ELAP stand-alone program of 4 to 10 weeks in length after having participated previously in an ISA program of any length (not including intensive month programs) will receive a $100 grant towards the latter program.
$100 ELAP PROGRAM GRANT
$350 ISA SEMESTER/TRIMESTER/ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAM GRANT
$200 SIBLING GRANT
GLOBAL AMBASSADOR GRANT
For more information on the Global Ambassador Program, please click here.
ISA SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Disclaimer: Students who participate in an ELAP Winter, Spring Break or Summer Group Project are not eligible for a repeat student grant. Students who choose to participate in ELAP during their ISA semester or trimester program or who participate in an ELAP Add-on program are not eligible for a repeat student grant.The Global Ambassador Grant is not applicable for ELAP-only participants.Students will only be awarded a maximum of one ISA grant.
The mission of ELAP program is to provide service-learning opportunities to participants and to enhance each participant's understanding of community and social responsibility with our global society. ELAP programs can be added to an ISA study abroad program or pursued independently. ELAP programs range from 2 to 16 weeks in length.
ELAP placement opportunities include:
The Association of Global Universities (AGU) is a division of International Studies Abroad, a NAFSA Global Partner and a recognized leader in study abroad since 1987. Taking advantage of a global infrastructure that includes offices and staff in over 50 cities around the world, the Association of Global Universities is in a unique position to assist all students in their pursuit of short-term and full degree programs abroad in an endless variety of fields and disciplines.
AGU's team of Academic Consultants around the world is able to work closely with students and member institutions to determine which programs offer the best fit with the student's academic profile and personal goals. AGU advises students on every aspect of pursuing their ideal international experience at universities across the globe with the aim of connecting students and universities worldwide.
For detailed information about AGU programs, please visit www.aguglobal.com/.
The following links will help you find out about other international opportunities:
The following links are to publications that focus on student travel and the sharing of international experiences: