Greece, Queensland, London, the Netherlands, Paris… The world is waiting. Where will you go?
Read The Merchant of Venice in Venice. Dance through the halls of de Theaterschool in Amsterdam. Study the collapse of the USSR in Russia.
For many students, Study Abroad is a pivotal part of their MMC experience. It’s not just about travel, it’s about discovery.
You’ll see world events up close and confront perspectives different from your own. You’ll learn a new language and traditions and immerse yourself in vibrant cultures. You may also re-evaluate your own longstanding ideas and beliefs, and emerge from your semester, year, summer, or month abroad wiser and more self-aware.
At MMC, we offer several Study Abroad options for academic credit:
MMC Affiliations: As a member of the Academic Consortium of the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and the College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS), our students can participate in study abroad programs in 50 countries.
During the month of January, students in the Art and Philosophy in Venice course kept a travel blog detailing their travels. Click on through to see photos from the trip, see what students saw day-to-day, and read about food that you wish you were eating.
Travel/Study Courses: In January, spring break, and summer terms, MMC professors lead short-term courses in a different country, such as England, Greece, or Italy.
Independent Study Abroad: MMC students can also take advantage of other institutions’ study abroad programs to attend the Sorbonne in Paris, South Bank University London, University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, or a Semester-at-Sea.
Bilateral Exchange: We currently have an exchange program with de Theaterschool in Amsterdam, a premier dance academy in the Netherlands, where MMC Dance majors can study abroad without interrupting their studies. Selection is highly competitive. Interested students should talk to their advisor as well as the study abroad coordinator.