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Direct Exchange Agreements
Our direct exchange agreements are equal number of student exchanges per semester or annually. Students pay what they normally pay for tuition every semester at Manhattanville College (all institutional and federal money is available) and pay the cost of the room and board of the host academic institution.
Courses from Manhattanville direct exchange programs are calculated into the student's cumulative grade point average.
A direct exchange agreement is offered through Roehampton University, in southwest London. The University has a broad range of expertise across the arts and humanities, social sciences, and the human and life sciences, at the same time as maintaining its historic strength in education.
A direct exchange program is offered through Universite Paul-Valery/Montpellier III, Montpellier, France. The program includes French proficiency courses in art history, French, sociology, literature/theatre, business, and economics.
In addition to Japanese language study, coursework in English is offered in a variety of academic disciplines, including international business, art, political science, and history. Students are encouraged to stay with a Japanese host family.
Cooperative Study Abroad Programs
*Most students are eligible to receive a maximum $10,000 of their Manhattanville aidtowards the study abroad actual tuition cost.
Federal and/or state aid and loans can be applied to the cost of the remaining balance of Manhattanville tuition. If outside funding exceeds the cost of Manhattanville tuition, students have access to the remainder of that money to use toward the housing (room and board) cost of the study abroad program.
Courses from Manhattanville cooperative programs are calculated into the student's cumulative grade point average.
Below is a list of confirmed Cooperative Partners and Programs:
* Students attending via tuition remission or consortium agreements should contact financial aid to review their specific aid and eligibility.
Independent Study Abroad Programs
For students who cannot meet the criteria of the cooperative programs, many independent possibilities exist. In contrast to Manhattanville's cooperative programs, students in independent programs are not able to take their Manhattanville institutional aid. Financing independent programs relies entirely on the student's federal financial aid and personal funds. Credits for independent programs will be issued as transfer credits only in block format; individual courses and grades will not appear on the transcript.
So what's stopping you? Look through our programs and find out what is best for you!