Explore culture, art, politics and locations around the world. Studying abroad will allow you to gain a first hand experience with new cultures and lifestyles while still working toward your Mercy College degree.
Mercy College has agreements with several universities abroad that allow students to attend courses with local students in order to become fully integrated into the host country's local culture.
Mercy College offers study abroad programs where students pay their Mercy tuition and other costs (housing, books, etc.) are paid to the visiting university. Financial aid and Scholarships can be used during your semester abroad when you go to one of the partner universities.
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The information provided below concerning international travel was accurate as of the date produced. The Mercy College Center for Global Engagement seeks to provide students with up-to-date information; however, Mercy College is not responsible for changes in immigration requirements, fees, or processes, or for approval or rejection of visa applications. It is the responsibility of students to obtain up-to-date information, correctly fill out application materials, submit all required documents in appropriate form to the correct authorities, and provide all necessary documents to immigration authorities upon arrival. Make sure your arrival information on the Visa matches the date you will be arriving at the university. For information about getting your Visa, click the arrow.