Foreign teaching methods are a constant source of inspiration and innovation for IESA, and we pay particular attention to the pedagogical methods and initiatives of our partner institutions.
Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida
Located in Florida in a beautiful natural setting, Jacksonville University is known for its undergraduate programs, both in the arts and sciences. Jacksonville’s Fine Arts department, in particular, offers highly-regarded programs in art, dance, music and theater.
Its foreign programs also enjoy an excellent reputation and its partnerships with GoAbroad.com makes its one of the largest American organizations coordinating professional and academic programs abroad.
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
With 24,000 students from around the world, Liverpool John Moores University is one of the largest universities in the UK and plays a key role in the cultural life of Liverpool. It is also on the cutting edge of technological and multimedia advances. IESA is proud to work with them to create and implement new programs in contemporary art.
PSB Paris School of Business, Paris, France
The Paris School of Business, situated in the heart of France’s capital city, offers students from around the world the opportunity to study international business and management in France. Courses are taught entirely in English by native-English professionals and experts. PSB has been a partner of IESA through the MBA in Artistic and Cultural Event Management since 2011.
La Sorbonne, Paris, France
A privately-run French-as-a-foreign-language school within the Sorbonne, the French Language and Civilization program (CCFS) at the Sorbonne teaches foreign students grammar, phonetics, and written and oral expression. Practical courses for all levels allow students to perfect their French, regardless of their age, academic background or origin. The CCFS has been a partner of IESA, through their jointly-run Preparatory Year, since 2010.
Sir John Soane Museum, UK
The Museum, which opened after the death of famous English architect Sir John Soane (1753-1837), reflects its founder’s artistic interests: it includes his unique collection of architectural drawings, but also his collection of 18th-century antiques, plasters, and paintings by famous artists such as Hogarth and Canaletto. Soane designed his house as a setting for his artistic treasures, and his breath-taking layout combines romantic and classical elements.
The Wallace Collection, UK
Bequeathed to the state and made available to the public in 1900, the Wallace Collection is the largest collection of art ever amassed by a single family. The collection of 18th century French furniture and paintings, as well as Sèvres porcelain, is the largest of its kind outside of France. But the museum also possesses a remarkable collection of 17th century paintings, important ceramic pieces, and a superb armory.
Whitechapel Gallery, UK
Founded in 1901 with the aim of exhibiting contemporary art in the poor neighborhoods of London’s East End, the Whitechapel Gallery is now recognized as one of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries, exhibiting bold new artworks. The museum is a symbol of the revival of the East End, which in the past few years has become the dynamic center of the English contemporary art scene.
And many more…
Hong Kong Arts Centre(China), Xin Dong Cheng Space for Contemporary Art (China), Thinking Hands (China), Adrien de Montferrand Gallery (China), Art Centre (Korea), Goethe Institute Sabine Schmidt Galerie (Germany), Maerzgalerie (Germany), Palazzo Spinelli (Italy), Festival Isola del Cinema (Italy), Galerie Gagosian (US), Maison de la Photographie (Morocco)...