Study Abroad Opportunities
Manhattan College encourages students to enhance their education through Study Abroad programs. In order to participate in such a program, a student must normally have a minimum cumulative index of 2.75. Students generally enroll in a semester abroad either in their sophomore or junior year, and occasionally in the first semester of senior year. Study Abroad for the second semester of senior year is discouraged as it may interfere with graduating on time.
The College sponsors its own faculty-led programs as well as exchange programs located in many countries around the world. Various short-term, faculty led programs are also available during January intersession and the summer sessions. Participation in all foreign study programs must be approved by the Assistant Dean of the School in which the student is enrolled and the Dean of Students, in consultation with the Director of Study Abroad. Further information is available through the Office of Study Abroad.