ISEP Study Abroad
ISEP Study Abroad Programs
United Arab Emirates
Ready to live and study alongside locals in the cultural capital of the Middle East, Sharjah? With our flexible course enrollment program at one of the United Arab Emirates'...
Live and study alongside locals in the vibrant capital city of Belfast. With our flexible course enrollment program at one of Northern Ireland's most prestigious universities,...
Join our semester program, “International Communications and Internship Program” at Masaryk University. It involves immersive coursework aligned with a range of disciplines...
Most study abroad students travel after their programs are over, but our National Expedition kicks off your adventure by introducing you to New Zealand and exposing you to...
Live and study alongside locals in New Zealand's coastal town, Palmerston North. With our flexible course enrollment program at one of New Zealand's most prestigious universities,...
This expedition will take you through the urban, rural and wilderness locations of New Zealand in order to better understand the physical and human geography that shapes
United Arab Emirates
Compliment your master's degree program with a study abroad program with ISEP. Live and study alongside locals in the cultural capital of the Middle East, Sharjah, in the...
Live and study alongside locals in New Zealand's modern coastal city, Auckland. With our flexible course enrollment program at one of New Zealand's most prestigious universities,...
Massey is New Zealand’s only multi-campus university, with locations in Wellington, Auckland and Palmerston North. With an 80-year tradition of academic excellence, Massey...
Ewha Womans University is one of the most prestigious universities in Korea. Ewha was established in 1866 as the first-ever educational institution for Korean women. Although...
ISEP Study Abroad Reviews
Submitted by Mara Bacandreas - Truman State University | September 22, 2017
I enjoyed my experience overall, but I was not a big fan of the university I was at. I feel as if they did not help much with orientation and helping us immerse into German culture. They also did not help you meet other international students. Once I got used to life there and made friends and everything it was a great time. Although, the housing arrangement was never very clean and it was obviously an old building ready for renovation. The city was a really nice city to be in. It was a great college town with accessible public transport and there was a grocery store just a 10 minute walk from where I lived. I would recommend the experience, but possibly a different university.
My time at AUS
Submitted by Christian Clausner - Indiana University of Pennsylvania | January 11, 2017
I had a wonderful time studying in the UAE. Their standards for academics, education, and cultural understanding are very high. I found that no matter what your Arabic level, you could get around with ease. I strongly recommend this experience to anyone; whether you are looking for different kinds of nature to explore, learning a different way of living, or learning more about yourself, you will find something you have been looking for.