Please note: First-year applicants who receive an “acceptable” review of an original portfolio by a MICA admissions representative must always submit a portfolio with their application documents. Submit your application with the joint application. The total deposit fee is $70 ($60 deposit fee; $10 wallet deposit fee). If you are unable to use the joint application, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 410-225-2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org. MICA accepts applications on an ongoing basis and responds with an admission decision within four weeks of submission. Approved applicants will then be informed of the additional requirements. Early applications are recommended when applying for financial assistance. Applications begin November 1, 2022 and close April 30, 2023. To learn more about our transfer request requirements, click here. Contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at +1-410-225-2222 or email@example.com.
MICA offers several admission plans for first-year applicants. *By submitting your application to MICA, you agree to receive an SMS regarding your admission decision. Early Action is non-binding and allows students who have a strong interest in participating in MICA to know their admission and grant decision before the regular decision. International students must meet all admission requirements as transfer students. In addition, they must demonstrate sufficient proficiency in English to successfully complete courses at an American college. International admissions counselors are available for one-on-one interviews each week. Click here to schedule a time to ask questions or conduct a portfolio review. Review the unique considerations you want to consider as an international student and meet the admission requirements. We are here to help you plan your future with clarity and wisdom.
Ask? Contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office in firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like a personal review of your original portfolio by a MICA admissions representative, you can present it at a National Portfolio Day* during a visit to your school, or if you are scheduling an interview and portfolio review as part of your visit to the MICA campus. MICA offers various admission plans for first-year international (first year) and transfer students and support services such as international orientation, immigration and academic counseling, student fraternities, academic tutoring and ESL services. Use the information here to guide you through the nuances of international application processes, access resources for international students (scroll down) and frequently asked questions (FAQs). If at any time you need to talk to a human at MICA, the International Undergraduate Admissions Office is here to help. In addition to the general application requirements, all applicants whose primary language is not English must provide proof of oral and written knowledge. Proficiency in English must be demonstrated before a formal admission decision can be made. Applicants may choose one of the following options to demonstrate proficiency in English: MICA`s Pre-University Art and Design Residency Program is an extremely popular program that attracts both students who have been taking art courses for a long time and those who are relatively new to art schools. Therefore, the admissions process is designed to ensure a good fit between the applicant and the program. Current high school students and juniors can apply to MICA`s Pre-College Art and Design Residency Program.
International students of equivalent level with a proven command of English are welcome to apply. Applicants must provide official transcripts of all secondary academic work. Your college advisor can send your transcript to email@example.com via joint proposal, scroll, mail, or email. If you attend a school in another country, your transcripts must be translated into English by a certified translator. World Education Services (WES) is recommended, but not required. Optional test, SAT and ACT: MICA does not require SAT or ACT results for your application to be considered complete. If you think your test result will strengthen your application, feel free to submit it for admission. The MICA institution code for SAT is 5399. Our ACT code is 1710. MICA offers various admission plans for first-year international and transfer students. *May be submitted upon receipt of admission letter Digital images submitted must represent the applicant`s work fairly and accurately and must not have been altered or altered. All pieces in your artwork portfolio will be uploaded with your application and must include name, medium, dimensions and month/year of completion.
Each student must submit an original work created by the student that does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other natural or legal person. If a student`s work contains material, including but not limited to photographs not created by the student, the student must include an additional copy of all source material as an additional attachment in their application. Applicants must submit a portfolio of 12 to 20 works of art. Please follow the instructions in the common app to upload your portfolio submission. MICA`s urban campus includes over one million square feet of academic, residential and creative space backed by high-end technology, green sanctuaries, galleries and cafes, multi-purpose performance spaces, a busy career center, every type of creative space you can imagine, and over 40,000 square feet of independent studio space.