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International student FAQ

What is the American educational model?

The American educational model is closer to the world of work. Classes encourage the active participation of the student through critical readings, case studies and individual research that provoke original reflections and conclusions. Students are continually stimulated by teachers to work individually and in groups, to understand the value of comparison and negotiation and to develop projects, managing and planning the different phases. Lessons are aimed at achieving the objectives set by the course study plan, as well as at transversal skills such as problem-solving, result orientation, time management, sense of responsibility and flexibility.

Will I need a visa to register for online courses at MIU?

No visa is required for international students of online courses at MIU.

What will I need in order to study at the Miami Campus?

In order to study at the Miami Campus, international students will require an F1 Student Visa. The Marconi administration office will help with the process of obtaining the Visa, allowing international students to live and study in Miami for the duration of the course. In order to complete the admissions process, candidates must meet and submit the following requirements:

  1. Send the necessary documentation to the administrative office;
  2. The administrative office will contact you about obtaining the “I-20 Form” necessary for the F1 Visa application;
  3. An interview with the Embassy;
  4. The administrative office of the Embassy will contact you about the release of the Visa.

International students should begin the admission process at least 6 months before classes start in order to leave enough time to complete your visa application and obtain all the documents required to apply for admission.

What courses are offered in English and Spanish?

Online courses are offered in both English and Spanish:

  • Bachelor in Business Administration
  • Bachelor in Computer Engineering
  • Master of Science in Educational Leadership, Management and Emerging Technologies
  • Master in International Business Administration

On campus courses are offered only in English

  • Bachelor in Business Administration,
  • Bachelor in Computer Engineering,
  • Master of Science in Educational Leadership, Management and Emerging Technologies
  • Master in International Business Administration
  • Intensive English Course