ARLINGTON, Va. – In celebration of the second annual IIE Summit on Generation Study Abroad, ISEP announced a new initiative to mobilize students, ISEP for All. For the first time since its founding in 1979, students from any accredited higher education institution are able to study abroad through ISEP.
“Throughout our history, we have worked to expand access to students and make study abroad affordable,“ John Lucas, ISEP President and CEO, remarked. "What makes us unique is our immersive global education programs, made possible through the community of ISEP member universities. With ISEP for All, we are now sharing these universities with more students than we ever have before.”
Through ISEP for All, students will be able to apply to ISEP Direct programs at 13 member institutions. These programs were selected to represent diverse locations and languages that ISEP members offer. They provide excellent student services and the best of the host culture as part of the academic experience.
ISEP for All Host Countries and Institutions
Argentina - Universidad del Salvador
Australia – La Trobe University
Belgium – Vesalius College
Chile – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
France – Université de Savoie
Germany – Philipps-Universität Marburg
Ghana – University of Ghana
Italy – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Japan - Toyo University
New Zealand – Massey University
South Korea – Ewha Womans University
Spain – Universidad de Murcia
United Arab Emirates – American University of Sharjah
United Kingdom, England – University of Essex
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland – University of Ulster
United States, California – California State University, San Marcos
Malta - University of Malta
Students from any accredited higher education institution, who meet academic and student visa requirements, may apply to ISEP for All programs. All students are supported by the ISEP Global Office – and their ISEP Coordinator on each campus – with academic and cultural advising, country specific predeparture orientation, and 24/7 assistance for health, safety and emergencies.
We are a non-profit educational community dedicated to helping students overcome academic and financial barriers to study abroad. By utilizing existing academic resources at our member institutions, we provide students with access to affordable, high-quality programs that help them develop culturally sensitive skills needed for today’s global workforce. In partnership with more than 300 member institutions in 53 countries, we have sent more than 54,000 students on life-changing study abroad programs since 1979.
Mary Catherine Chase
Director of Communications and Strategic Partnerships
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