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Mar 18, 2022
Apr 07, 2022
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About Program

ISA has launched Global Remote Internships in an effort to provide students with new opportunities amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Gain practical skills and international experience without leaving your home. You will work with a company in one of six countries across Asia, the Pacific, and Europe.

Choose from three unique programs: 4-week group project, 8-week group project, and 8-week individual placement.

The group projects involve working remotely alongside other students, while the individual placement involves working directly with a supervisor at an international organization. Whichever you choose, you’ll have a structured program with a mentor or career coach to maintain engagement and to ensure you contribute to your full potential.

Upon participation of our Global Remote Internship Program, you will receive college credit and may be eligible for a Repeat Student Grant to attend a future ISA program.

This program is currently not being promoted on Go Overseas by its provider. Check with ISA (International Studies Abroad) for the most up-to-date information regarding the status of this program.

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Program Highlights

  • Get matched to a company that best fits your academic background and professional goals.
  • Gain real work experience without leaving your home through our remote internship program.
  • Become exposed to the functions and operations of an international company or organization.
  • Choose between a group project or individual placement, both facilitated by a Professional Mentor.
  • Be productive and earn academic credit while staying at home.


ISA Scholarships

ISA by WorldStrides Diversity Scholarship

This scholarship is offered for summer and semester programs and is intended for students with identities historically underserved in education abroad. This can include, but is not limited to, individuals who identify as African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, LGBTQIA+, First-Generation College Students, U.S. Military Veterans, students with disabilities, and/or students at Minority-Serving Institutions.

$2,500 - $5,000

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International Studies Abroad (ISA) was a life saver! I was able to gain cultural perspective of a lifetime.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, my study abroad program was canceled. Despite this, the Gilman Scholarship offered options to use our award for virtual learning opportunities. I decided to look for programs through International Studies Abroad (ISA), which had many virtual learning choices. I was excited to find a program that aligned with my major in San Jose, Costa Rica that focused on health psychology.

Through virtual learning, I engaged with a diverse team from different nations including my Costa Rican professor which broadened my general understanding of health psychology, social context, influence, health, and illness from a cultural perspective. Ultimately, what I valued most about this experience was learning the differences in cultures between two countries. As a future psychologist, it is important to recognize the differences in cultures since it plays in important roles in influencing human behavior. I believe that studying abroad is crucial for education because it allows you to gain a cultural perspective that you can apply to your professional journey, no matter your field. I especially appreciate that the ISA, despite COVID-19, managed to help me find virtual learning options because they recognize the importance of studying abroad, even though a computer screen. Although, I would prefer to study in Costa Rica in person, it was certainly a cultural exchange and a great opportunity to meet individual from different nations who are interested in the same issues I am.

  • Lack of Socialization.
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  • No Hands-On Learning
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