If you are interested in a need-based scholarship, the deadline to apply is February 15, 2024
In order for us to consider your application, a $300 deposit must be received immediately after you've been accepted to the program. Please check your @mica.edu email on a regular basis for important communications after you've submitted your application.
If you have questions about the deposit, please contact Mike Rini, Associate Director, Education Abroad: email@example.com
The Office of International Education, in collaboration with the MICA Office of Student Financial Aid, are pleased to offer eligible applicants need-based scholarship. Scholarship eligibility and amounts are determined by the Office Student Financial Aid based on each student's unique financial need code.
Students who qualify for need-based financial aid at MICA, may apply for either the ISA Grant, or the Roberts Family Travel Grant. The application for the ISA and Roberts Family scholarship, which is an essay asking you to justify your financial requirement of scholarship, is included with the faculty-led summer program application. Students will see the scholarship opportunity when they initiate an application for the program.
Students are advised that they must be fully prepared and responsible, financially speaking, to pay for the entire program out-of-pocket (program fee, art supplies, airfare, visa, etc., etc.), as a scholarship award is not guaranteed. Scholarship amounts merely help to subsidize a fraction of the program costs - scholarship award amounts are not substantial enough to subsidize the entire amount of the summer program, and therefore, applicants are expected to understand this before they apply.
If you are interested in a need-based scholarship, the deadline to apply is February 15, 2024 - this is an absolute deadline. Applications will not be considered after this date.
The need-based scholarship application is integrated with the online study abroad program application, and students may apply for one of two distinct scholarships when they begin their program application.
Please contact Mike Rini, Associate Director, Education Abroad, for further details - firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Mike Rini (email@example.com), Office of International Education, for details regarding how to obtain a student visa. Obtaining a student visa will depend on which country your passport was issued, and the respective bilateral immigration/travel agreements your home country has with the program's host country.
If a visa IS required, all participants must obtain the proper entry visa (no exceptions) neither too early, nor too late based on the respective program dates.
Use the following tools to determine if you will need to obtain a student visa:
- For London, England: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa
-For Venice, Italy: https://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/home/en#BMQuestionario
The Office of International Education recommends that all prospective participants begin their research on this topic early to identify any caveats that might otherwise prevent them from obtaining the required visa type to enter the host country.
For questions about applying to any one of the summer faculty-led study abroad programs and scholarship, contact Mike Rini, Associate Director, Education Abroad: firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about international travel and visa requirements, contact Mike Rini from the Office of International Education at email@example.com.