The Spring 2015 application season is open. For questions or to set up an appointment with a coordinator, send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that all applicants MUST have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 at the time of application. Higher GPAs are required for many programs. Minimum GPA requirements for specific programs are noted on the MIP semester study abroad program page. Participants must maintain minimum GPA requirements up to departure.
For more information on studying abroad, visit www.marist.edu/international or contact us at email@example.com.
With more than 50 semester and academic year programs to choose from, MIP offers a vast array of study abroad options.
Can’t find your desired study abroad destination and program? For more information, see the Program Petition Process to request review of a program not currently approved by Marist International Programs.
NEW OFFERING AVAILABLE AT THE MARIST-LDM FLORENCE CAMPUS!
Did you know that nearly half of Marist students study abroad during their Marist careers, making international education one of the signature strengths of the Marist experience? Perhaps you already knew this, but here is something new and exciting . . .
SPORTS COMMUNICATION COURSEWORK TO BE LAUNCHED IN SPRING 2015 AT THE MARIST FLORENCE BRANCH CAMPUS!!
Marist Center for Sports Communication Director Dr. Keith Strudler and Marist International Programs (MIP) have been working together to launch a new Global Sports Communication initiative in Florence. Study abroad in Florence in spring 2015 and take coursework in Sports Communication! Pending sufficient enrollment, the following Sports Communication 3-credit courses are tentatively planned for spring 2015:
- COM 260: Sport, Culture and Communication
- COM 3XX: Creating the Multimedia Sports Narrative
- COM 3XX Sport in Global Cinema and Television
- COM 3XX Sports Communication Internship
- COM 3XX Global Sports Marketing
With the exception of COM 260, these courses will count as upper level communication electives.
350+ courses are commonly taught in Florence, across many disciplines; you can continue to make progress toward degree requirements while enrolled in one or more sports communication classes.
These Sports Communication courses, and the Sports Communication Florence initiative, will only be offered in Florence in the spring semesters.
Dr. Strudler will be visiting Florence in spring 2015 to offer public lectures and seminars on Sports Communication for the Marist, Lorenzo de’ Medici, and Florentine communities. As a Marist Sports Communication student in Florence next spring, you will be invited to participate (via Skype and other technologies) in some of the activities of the Center for Sports Communication on the Marist home campus. From Florence you can have the best of both worlds!
Applications are currently being accepted for spring 2015 study abroad. Space is limited. Apply today on the Marist International Programs (MIP) website: www.marist.edu/international
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the MIP office at firstname.lastname@example.org; tel. 845-575-3330; or visit the MIP Office in Hancock 2007.