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How Traveling Abroad Will Expand Your Horizons at Home

Alexander Azar is a student at Clark University and was an ISA Featured Blogger. He studied with EuroScholars in Leuven, Belgium

The school year at KU Leuven, Belgium is coming to a close after a whirlwind of events that made five months feel like fleeting moments. 1,321 more words

International Studies Abroad

‘Blind pride’, financial audit and.. fraud

Biggest financial collapses in history came from fraud. Most of them (as not proven for all) from governance. One of the most emblematic was in Italy, in 2003. 860 more words


Standing up for supporters

OH West Ham We Love You are very pleased to have come to an arrangement with Knees Up Mother Brown to publish our blogs.

As a group who value independent thought we feel the need for websites such as KUMB becomes all the greater with each attack on freedom of speech by the club. 101 more words


A Weekend in Scotland: Isle of Skye Edition

Hannah Mullenbach is a student at Liberty University and an ISA Featured Photo Blogger. She is currently studying with ISA in Glasgow, Scotland.

Even before I applied to study abroad in Scotland, I KNEW I had to go to the Isle of Skye. 357 more words

International Studies Abroad

Inside a stocks and shares ISA with Hargreaves Lansdown

Disclaimer – This isn’t an advert for Hargreaves Lansdown or advice suggesting this is the best platform for you. It’s incredibly important to do your own research… 726 more words

A Photographic Guide to Paella Valenciana

Jack Hatzfeld is a student at University of Kansas and an ISA Featured Blogger. He is currently studying with ISA in Valencia, Spain.

It is the barbecue of Kansas City, the cheese steak of Philly, but this is no American chili cook-off; it is World Paella Day in Valencia, Spain and if there are two things Spaniards do best, it’s terrace life and paella. 489 more words

International Studies Abroad