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Studying the World: The Transformative Power of IDSVA’s Hybrid Approach

IDSVA is a unique institution that operates without a campus, providing students and faculty with the opportunity to study and work from anywhere in the world. The program has recently held residencies in Mexico City, Athens, and Marrakech, creating a rich and intense learning experience for those involved. Students have praised the hybrid approach that combines online coursework with in-person residencies, highlighting its benefits and flexibility.

Maggie McKee from Cohort ’20 found IDSVA’s structure ideal for her lifestyle as an international teacher. She appreciated the balance between online coursework and intensive residencies, which allowed her to continue working while pursuing her studies. Monica Bryant from Cohort ’21 also praised the program’s hybrid nature, calling it the perfect PhD program she would create herself.

For Rikiesha Metzger from Cohort ’19, IDSVA’s blend of online coursework and in-person residencies took her on a captivating journey across the world. Amy Schuessler from Cohort ’20 expressed gratitude for the opportunity to travel and study in unique locations like Mexico City, emphasizing the magical experience it provided. Elliot Bowers from Cohort ’21 shared how privileged he felt to study and engage in challenging conversations with fellow participants in amazing and beautiful places around the world through IDSVA.

These testimonials showcase the transformative and enriching experience that IDSVA offers to its students. If you are intrigued by this approach and want to learn more about IDSVA, you can book a conversation with Molly Davis, Director of Admissions. Applications for enrollment in 2024 are now open, so email for more information on how to apply.

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