MC Sponsored & Exchange Programs

Manhattan College Programs: Fall & Spring

The Manhattan College sponsored and exchange programs offer students specialized study abroad experiences. Since these are Manhattan College programs, students will be able to transfer a portion, if not all, of their Manhattan College institutional merit scholarship and need-based grant money. Please consult the Student Financial Services office for an outline of your personal financial aid package.

All programs are available during the fall or spring semester, unless noted otherwise. 

Argentina

Buenos Aires

This program allows students to take courses in Latin American/Argentine culture and literature, political science, Argentine history through cinema and theater, science and mathematics, as well as have the opportunity to be placed as volunteers with organizations and agencies.

Students earn 15 credits by choosing:

  • 6 or 9 credits in the Spanish language (beginners, intermediate or advanced)
  • 6 or 9 credits in a variety of humanities classes taught in English

France

Paris

This exchange program is for students in any major with prior knowledge of French. Students must have completed at least an intermediate
college-level course in French or the equivalent. Manhattan College, in cooperation with MICEFA, places students in most of the 16 universities around Paris and its region.

Students can earn 15 credits by choosing from courses in different fields: humanities, social sciences, business administration, etc.

Italy

Florence

The Florence, Italy program at the Istituto Europeo will give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in Italian culture through language, music, art and academics. Aside from language courses, a variety of humanities courses, taught in English, will be offered. Local social events and excursions will be a part of the program. 

Students earn 15 credits by choosing:

  • 6 or 9 credits in the Italian language (beginners, intermediate or advanced) taken at the Istitutio Europeo
  • 6 or 9 credits in a variety of humanities classes taught in English or Italian

Mexico

Mexico City

This program is for students in any major with an interest in Spanish. It is in partnership with the Universidad La Salle. Students must have completed at least an intermediate college-level course in Spanish or the equivalent.

Spain

Madrid 

The Madrid program at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid gives students the opportunity to experience Spanish culture firsthand and to study Spanish by immersing themselves in the way of life. The program runs under the direction of a Manhattan College director and the humanities classes are taught in English by Manhattan College faculty members.

Students earn 15 credits by choosing:

  • 6 or 9 credits in the Spanish language (beginners, intermediate or advanced) taken at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • 6 or 9 credits in humanities classes taught in English

SPRING SEMESTER ONLY.

Barcelona

Business Program-Lasalle Barcelona

This exchange program is primarily for business students interested in learning how to equip themselves with the knowledge and managerial
skills needed to be successful in the ever-changing global world.

Students earn 15 credits by choosing courses in the following categories:

  • Business courses: Business law, marketing, management, economics, finance, and accounting.
  • Language: Spanish (beginner, intermediate or advanced).

Communications Program-Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Barcelona

Students earn 15 credits by choosing courses in the following categories:

  • Humanities courses taught in English.
  • Spanish courses (beginner, intermediate or advanced).

South Korea

Dankook University

This exchange program is primarily for business students interested in learning how to equip themselves with the knowledge and managerial skills needed to be successful in the ever-changing global world.

Students earn 15 credits by choosing business and/or mobile systems engineering courses.