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What are the best international studies abroad programs?

There are many study abroad organizations that provide students with amazing opportunities to learn other cultures, languages, and the countries in general. The most famous of them is International Studies Abroad. I’d like to take part in their programs. The chance seems too perfect for me to miss it. However, I don’t know anyone who has had experience with the company. Real opinions are more important than the information provided on the website.

Have you ever studied abroad? What program did you choose? If you can offer me a few other study abroad companies to consider, I’d be very thankful.

Rodney Fox

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Heather Maxwell on February 14, 2018

There are quite a few abroad study companies to choose from, but I’d suggest learning everything about ISA first. This is the biggest “shark” on the market that has the widest range of offers. The company doesn’t simply point you in the right direction; its staff helps you to choose the right program, complete the application process, and will lead you through the whole experience. It also offers students various campus cultures, settings, and extracurricular activities.

My friend has been to Morocco thanks to the international study abroad program. She mentioned that the company supported their cultural enlightenment by organizing excursions, activities, and other interesting services. Their staff is nice and friendly—you can ask for help at any time.

The company’s objective is to increase awareness of the cultures outside of your own country. I think that this mission is wonderful and deserves praises.

So, let’s look at the programs this abroad study organization provides. The opportunities are limitless. ISA lists include all parts of the world as a possible choice. The Europe category includes about ten or twelve countries with the best institutions in the area. I know that many people head to London—it’s a very popular destination.

The Asia region is considerably smaller—with only five countries to choose from. However, all of them have incredibly interesting cultures that many people would like to see for themselves.

The Latin America category is also quite impressive; maybe even the same as Europe. Just imagine studying in one of those warm countries where the life is bright, the days are long, and the people are hospitable. Of course, other regions also have their advantages: being it either great academic opportunities or fascinating cultures.

In addition, there are three smaller regions that offer three countries to visit at most: Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East.

I’d say that you have to choose the program based on the university opportunities and the culture you’d like to study. All study abroad programs are great. The way you feel about them depends on your preferences.

To see all the requirements and apply for a program, visit the ISA student portal: If you want, you can look through the application form and decide whether you like it.

Considering the experience of my friends, I can say that Morocco and most European countries are a safe bet. The universities are great and the cultures are interesting.

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