Application & Documents for Marist Students
Study Abroad Application Process
MIP Spring 2014 Application Season is Now Open!
The study abroad application process has online as well as hard-copy components, as explained below. Prior to starting your application, investigate the official list of MIP semester study abroad programs, to find a program that fits your particular educational objectives and degree/audit needs.
Some sections of the semester application must be completed in hard copy, while other sections must be done on-line. You must complete all sections of the application before your application can be reviewed.
Applications are reviewed as they are completed. Complete your application early to receive an early admission decision and secure your spot on the program!
The final deadline for all spring 2013 application materials is September 20, 2013. However, please note that MIP reserves the right to close applications as available spaces are filled.
HARD COPY PORTIONS OF THE APPLICATION: Download and submit the following semester application items in hard copy:
- Foreign Language Proficiency Form and writing sample (if the language of course instruction is not English)
- Eight (8) passport-sized photographs
- Official Marist College transcript (must include Spring 2013 grades)
- $50 check or money order made out to Marist College
ONLINE PORTIONS OF THE APPLICATION: You must complete online portions of the application as well as the above-noted hard copy forms.CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ONLINE APPLICATION!
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. We will not review mid-term grades as part of the application process, and applications received showing less than 2.50 cumulative GPA will not be reviewed. Please note that participants must maintain minimum GPA requirements up to departure.
MIP reserves the right to request additional information/documentation from candidates as applications are evaluated.
Good luck, and we look forward to receiving your study abroad application!