Thinking of studying abroad for the semester? Or maybe just at another institution within the U.S.? The Office of International Education is here to help. You'll find answers to most of your questions in the following pages, from determining who can study abroad and where, to choosing a program, applying, and adjusting to life abroad!
The pages of this website are intended to walk you through the process of studying abroad and give you the resources you need from initial advising to academic and financial policies for study abroad and advice pre-departure! However, there's sure to be other questions that arise, or you may find that you need some guidance along the way. Please contact us or, if you haven't yet, attend a group advising session to find out more.
MICA offers students a wide array of study abroad opportunities, including MICA's honors program in Italy, 40 exchange partnerships and affiliated programs abroad, and domestic exchange options at more than 30 institutions in North America.
Serious students travel with MICA faculty to places of great aesthetic and historical resonance, and to centers of contemporary art and design to earn undergraduate- or graduate-level college credit, enhance their art-making, and connect with art and other artists through MICA's Summer and Winter Travel Intensives.
Students may also study abroad through non-MICA study abroad programs or institutions during the summer term. Click here for more information on programs and transfer credits for summer programs and how to apply.