I really want to say thank you to everyone that made this trip happen. It was really a once in a lifetime adventure that truly opened my eyes to a whole new slice of the world.
Finlay S. - Shanghai, China , 2014 (Austin, TX)
It is a good mixture of academics and fun activities. Living with a host family is completely unique and really affects the overall experience. The staff really cares about the students. And the excursions are insanely fun!
Malissa M. - Heredia, Costa Rica , 2011 (Durham, NC)
My time in London was amazing. I had the time of my life. From going to class, making great friends from all over the world and just getting to explore the city I love so much, was just fantastic. I will never forget my experience there and how much fun I truly had.
Alexa Z. - Heroes and Legends Tour, England , 2014 (Powell, OH)
I felt like I became more independent naturally. After one month of living in France, I definitely experienced the culture. I felt that switch: earlier, I thought it sounded foreign when people would speak French; now, I find it weird when they don't.
Lauren S. - Aix En Provence, France , 2013 (Bellaire, TX)
It was definitely the best trip of my life. Not only did I have so much fun, my Spanish also improved greatly!
John E. - Cusco, Peru , 2011 (Houston, TX)
Coming to Salamanca was one of the most rewarding experiences I have had. Through ISA-HS, I was able to learn not only in a classroom setting, but out in the world as well! The University of Salamanca was open, welcoming and I learned a lot in my classes. The teachers were very kind and very helpful. The lessons I learned outside of class are invaluable. Because of the independence ISA-HS allows, I have become much more confident. I can communicate with others in a different language, I can make good decisions, I can help others in ways I hadn't thought about and I can live away from home for a long time! I had so much fun on this trip, I wish I could stay longer!
Claire K. - Salamanca, Spain , 2014 (Portland, OR)