How do you evaluate the quality of the professors and other teachers at your host university (scale 1-5: 1=poor/negative, 5=excellent):
How do you evaluate the quality of the courses you took at the host university (scale 1-5: 1=poor/negative, 5=excellent):
On your arrival at the host university, were you offered:
A welcome event yes
An information session yes
An orientation program yes
A language course no
How do you consider your degree of integration with local students in the host university (scale 1-5: 1=poor/negative, 5=excellent):
How did you find your accommodation?:
Trough the university’s home page: http://www.isu.edu/housing/
Did you have to pay any kind of fees at your host university?:
yes, I had to pay for accommodation (Turner single dorm 1725.00 dollar) and meal plan (1473.40 dollar), a fee for using Internet and to print (I guess it was about 50 dollar). It might have been more fees that I can’t remember.
Recommendations for next year’s students abroad:
I would recommend to choose the meal plan 1, because then you can eat in other places than just Turner cafeteria and it is the cheapest one. If you wanna live close to the cafeteria and where the most freshmen live, choose Turner Hall. If you wanna have less people at the each floor choose Owens, Redfield or Nicols, they are more fresh then Turner in my opinion. You could choose Rendezvous and share an apartment with just 3 others, but you can’t cook food there, they only have fridges and freezers. I would recommend to take the operation and production management class with Dennis Krumwiede because he is an awesome professor and he loves to have exchange students.