What's I.S.A.?

What's I.S.A.?

I.S.A. (International Student Association) is a student organization which was established in 1934. We are not focused on preconceptions, and we promote international/intercultural communication through discussing domestic/international issues in our exchange programs.


The basic idea of I.S.A. is to build deep relationship/connection through international/ intercultural communication beyond any barriers such as nation, race and gender. In order to contribute for world peace, we try to liminate any discrimination and have our own broad perspective


The contribution to global peace achievement


 Our idea should be deepening a mutual understanding through cultural exchanges and a dialog with a foreign country, and begin a state, a race, and a principle and build mutual more deep bonds across all fences. And having a broad view, eliminating the hostile sentiments and misunderstanding which exist between each country and by extension, in the entire world, and deepening an international mutual understanding for global peace.



All management is performed only by the students, and about 20 universities and about 400 members are on the register as of 2018. A branch exists in Japanese every place and it consists of 7 branch organization of Tokyo, Nagoya, Kobe, Osaka, Kyoto, Okayama, and Kyushu. And the national training camp to which members all I.S.A. members meet with all the persons concerned is performed twice a year.