Latin America Challenge: This Summer, Take the Road Less Traveled

Justin Maniar and Maddi Reising are ISA Site Specialists for Latin America. Maddi works with students studying abroad in Argentina, Brazil and the Dominican Republic. Justin works with students going to Costa Rica.

Cordoba, Panama, Dominican Republic study abroad

Which road will you take on your journey this summer?

Will you take the road…

That leads to the Manzana de Jesuitica in Córdoba, Argentina, a UNESCO World Heritage site?

Or that winds from Heredia through the dense Costa Rican rainforest, en route to the Arenal Volcano?

Or on horseback to Jarabacoa, where you can marvel at Pico Duarte, the highest mountain in the Caribbean, while you study in Santiago?

Or to the Bocas de Ceniza, in Barranquilla, where the Rio Magdalena meets the Caribbean Sea?

This summer, whichever Latin America path you take, you’ll have the opportunity to take courses at highly respected universities in a variety of subjects.

Whether you want to master Spanish, or take courses in English, find the road less traveled in Latin America and immerse yourself in exploration.

Dos caminos divergían en un bosque, y yo

Yo tomé el menos transitado

Author: International Studies Abroad (ISA)

Since 1987, International Studies Abroad (ISA) has provided college students in the United States and Canada the opportunity to explore the world. ISA offers a wide variety of study abroad programs at accredited schools and universities in 73 program locations throughout the world.