Classmates Connecting Cultures

I think the hardest part of leaving South Africa will by saying goodbye to these girls. They have held my hand through the best and worst of times.

South Africa: The Countdown

Elise Kambou is a student at Towson University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Durban, South Africa. As my trip begins to draw to a close, I find myself looking at my experience in South Africa from a different perspective. Instead of enjoying […]

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How to Learn a Language in South Africa

Heather O’Keefe is a student at Case Western Reserve University and an ISA Featured Blogger. Heather is currently studying abroad with ISA in Cape Town, South Africa. Unlike many people who study abroad to master a language, I chose the University of Cape Town partially because classes were taught in English. […]

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4 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in Brussels

Savannah Lee is a student at Point Loma Nazarene University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Brussels, Belgium. 1.The Food Brussels, Belgium is a city of food. I saw a local casually snacking on a waffle as he waited for his bus to arrive. Imagine waffle trucks parked […]

Trying Korean Food

Bao Yang is a student at Mount Mary College and a Classmates Connecting Cultures Blogger corresponding with the Social Work Club at Mount Mary. Bao is currently studying abroad with ISA in Seoul, Korea. Food says everything about a country. Food can give insight to the local weather. […]


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