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New Website launches for students planning to study abroad

Written: Jan 19, 2011 Category: Website
A new website helps students who want to study abroad. An educational website devoted to students and their passion for studying abroad has been released.

International Studies Abroad, an international education provider, has a user friendly layout, including clear content for all programs and optimized navigation. Features on the site also include online orientations, access to necessary paperwork and details regarding financial aid.

“We have developed this website with one fundamental goal: To create an online space for students and advisors that is user friendly, and will provide comprehensive information regarding studying abroad while connecting our visitors throughout ISA's vast social media networks", says Arturo Artaza, Vice President of University Relations and Marketing for International Studies Abroad.

Students studying abroad have reached record numbers. A study has concluded a more than 60 percent increase in students studying outside their countries since 2000, with a 400 percent increase in the 20 years. Students traveling to the U.S. are contributing more than $17 billion to the economy. The number of students studying outside their countries is expected to reach 8 million by 2025.