Miami Dade College ​

Miami, Florida
Empfohlene Studiengänge: IBIS, IBO, TM, HM

About the University

Miami Dade College is among the most diverse institution in the nation. There are 167 nations and 63 languages represented in its student body. The College's eight campuses and multiple outreach centers offer more than 300 distinct degree pathways including associate and baccalaureate degrees, career certificates and apprenticeships. Baccalaureate degree offerings include biological sciences, engineering, data analytics, information systems technology, artificial intelligence (the first in Florida), education, public safety, supervision and management, nursing, physician assistant studies, film and others. MDC is the recipient of many top national awards including the Aspen Prize. As Democracy's College, MDC changes lives through accessible, high quality-teaching and learning experiences.

As democracy’s college, Miami Dade College changes lives through accessible, high-quality teaching and learning experiences.  The College embraces its responsibility to serve as an economic, cultural and civic leader for the advancement of our diverse global community.

About the Location

The Miami Dade College is located in Miami, which is a city and the administrative center of Miami-Dade County in the US state of Florida with a population of 442,241. The urban area has a size of 143.1 km². The city is part of the Miami metropolitan region with around 6.1 million inhabitants. The name “Miami” comes from the Native American word Mayaimi (“big water”), which was used to refer to Lake Mayaimi (now Lake Okeechobee) and the Mayaimi Native American tribe living there. The city is located at the mouth of the Miami River in Biscayne Bay, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean. Miami is the second largest city in Florida after Jacksonville. The majority of Miami's inhabitants speak Spanish as their mother tongue.

Important  Information for Studying at this Partner University

Language(s) of Instruction: English.

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Semester Dates: Fall: August - December; Spring: January - April; Summer: May - August

Exchange Places: 2

Double Degree: No

Costs: There are no additional tuition costs. Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.

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Student Life

Student Housing: Students should arrive in Miami about four weeks prior to the beginning of the approved term of enrollment as indicated previously in order to arrange accommodations. Miami Dade College does not  provide student housing facilities for local or international students.  However, each college campus will try to assist students to locate housing in the  community. Students should arrive in Miami about four weeks prior to the  beginning of the approved term of enrollment as indicated previously in order  to arrange accommodations. International students must bring sufficient funds  to pay at least three months of rent in advance at the time housing is located.More information: 

Student Support: For any questions regarding the stay aboard at Miami Dade Collge for international students, contact persons can be found here:

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