For more than 40 years, ISEP has partnered with universities and colleges around the world for solutions to help them reach their internationalization goals. In this time, we have grown from an exchange network into the largest global community for study, intern and volunteer abroad programs. As a non-profit organization, we have sent more than 60,000 students on immersive, affordable and life-changing study abroad programs.
ISEP member institutions trust us with their students because of our unmatched access to high-quality academic opportunities, authentic local experiences and our commitment to exceptional program support and affordability. With ISEP, their students have access to a wide range of experiences that uniquely develop cultural sensitivity, awareness and the desire to make a sustainable impact in the global economy.
As an ISEP member, you will enjoy an efficient, cost-effective way to provide your students with outstanding program choices, and you will join a community dedicated to helping students overcome financial and academic barriers to study abroad.
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“ISEP is a key partner for advancing comprehensive internationalization. Its affordable cost structure and vast network of member institutions make quality study abroad experiences accessible to a broad range of students. Moreover, ISEP brings to our campus students from countries not otherwise represented at our institution, and this enriches the cultural diversity found within our classrooms, laboratories and residence halls.”
– David Di Maria, Ph. D., Associate Vice Provost for International Education, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
“Being an ISEP member is easily identified as a mark of quality. While engaging with current and prospective partners at conferences, I am always reminded of ISEP’s positive reputation globally.”
– Heidi Gregori-Gahan, Associate Provost for International Programs, University of Southern Indiana
“ISEP has not only been a great partner for emergency preparation and management of the students we host, but also in advising us on our overall strategy.”
– Jennifer Wilkinson, Head of Partnerships, Roehampton University, London, U.K.