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blog Studying abroad in Korea: Packing like a pro ISEP student Catherine J. is a part of ISEP Voices Spring 2016. She is a dance and costuming double major from University of Memphis, and is studying arts and Korean culture while abroad at Ewha Womans University in Korea.
blog Coping with Culture Shock: The Importance of "Sticking it Out" ISEP Program Officer Lindsay talks about her own experience with culture shock, and why it's important to stick it out, even if it means being uncomfortable.
blog Study Abroad in Estonia, Home of the First Christmas Tree Merry Christmas to all! At this festive time of year, we are inspired to show you what Christmas is like for our ISEP students abroad. And what better place to showcase than Estonia, which is regularly voted one of the world’s best Christmas destinations, and also claims to have originated the custo...
blog Meeting Mandela: Denita Shares her Story ISEP’s former Director of Direct Programs, Denita, shares what makes this country special, why the University of Johannesburg is a unique place to study, and what it’s like to have a real-life brush with political revolutionary and inspirational leader Nelson Mandela.
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