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.
Go Abroad Again
ISA, GLA and ELAP offer grants to students who have previously participated in an ISA, GLA or ELAP program, regardless of the length of time (if any) that passes between the two programs.
Note:Participants in ISA Custom Programs, Euroscholars, ELAP Group Projects, ELAP customized dates, ISA + ELAP programs, or ELAP add-on programs are not eligible for these grants. Students will only be awarded a maximum of one ISA grant.
ISA's Service-Learning and Internship division, ELAP, has created lasting partnerships with hundreds of local organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to provide structured service-learning, internship and volunteer group projects. ELAP-facilitated programs are available independently or may be combined with an ISA academic program. All ISA-ELAP programs are designed to encourage personal and professional growth, develop language proficiency and facilitate meaningful community engagement. ELAP placement opportunities include:
For detailed information about ELAP programs, please visit www.studiesabroad.com/elap
Study abroad returnees looking for hands-on career experience in their area of study benefit from international internships. Interning internationally will further increase your exposure to worldwide experiences, develop your professional skills, and help you gain knowledge for your intended career.
Field of Study Placements:
For detailed information about internship programs through ISA's partner, GlobaLinks, please visit gointernabroad.com.
ISA's Degrees Abroad programs around the world allow students to enroll in a graduate program at an institution abroad while receiving the personalized support services that define ISA programs throughout the world.
Our initial offering includes over 100 Master's Degree programs in Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, London, Reading, Belfast, Cork, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid and Buenos Aires. The majority of programs can be completed in English in as little as one year and there are plenty of options for students who would like to use financial aid or apply for scholarships. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive their master's diploma and academic record from the university abroad.
For detailed information about ISA Master's Degrees, please visit http://www.degreesoverseas.com/.
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.
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: