Exchange Students and Scholars | MICA

Welcome perspective exchange students! We are pleased that you are interested in the Maryland Institute College of Art. Please take some time to explore the various webpages, starting with the MICA homepage, to learn more about what makes our institution a wonderful place to live and study.

Does Your Institution have an Exchange Agreement with MICA?

Take a moment to consult with the study abroad and exchange office of your home institution to determine if the Maryland Institute College of Art is an exchange partner.  The Office of International Education at MICA is also a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD) consortium, which supports domestic exchange between member schools, and some overseas partner institutions.  For more information about AICAD, and to see if your institution is a member, please visit the AICAD website for further details.

At this time, MICA is not able to support applications for non-matriculating (visiting students) outside of our student exchange agreements.  If you wish to attend MICA to complete an accredited 4-year degree program, please consult the MICA Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Student Exchange Program Contact Information

Mailing Address

Office of International Education

Maryland Institute College of Art

1300 West Mount Royal Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21217 USA

 

Additional Methods of Contact

Phone: +1 410-225-2243 

Fax: +1 410-225-2548  /  Attention:  Mike Rini, Assistant Director, Exchange Student Services

Exchange Program Email:  [email protected] 

Website: https://www.mica.edu/international-student-services/exchange/

Dear Prospective Exchange Students:

Welcome to MICA!

We thank you in advance for taking the time to consider joining us in Baltimore, Maryland, as an exchange student, and to experience everything our vibrant community has to offer.

In accordance with the guidance from multiple health agencies, including the CDC, our goal is to ensure a safe and healthy on-campus experience for all students. With this in mind, the Office of International Education requires all future prospective exchange students to review the link below entitled: CDC Expands Negative COVID-19 Test Requirement to All Air Passengers Entering the United States. The information contained in this official communique will help you as you plan your travel to the United States.

In order to ensure a healthy and productive experience as an exchange student at MICA, we are asking that you adhere to this guidance by doing exactly as it requires in order to avoid any potential delays in your arrival to campus. If this guidance changes, or is no longer valid by the time you are slated for departure from your home country, we will remove it from this site.

If you should have any questions about this guidance as it relates to your planning, please feel free to contact Mike Rini, Assistant Director of Exchange Services for further details: [email protected]

We look forward to welcoming you to Baltimore, Maryland during an up-and-coming semester.

Sincerely,

The Office of International Education

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