Regardless of where you live, we hope you will consider spending a semester here at KCAI. If you attend one of our exchange partner schools, please contact your home institution’s exchange officer, as listed below.
Pictured: International exchange student from the National College of Art and Design (Dublin, Ireland), Daniela Spinella, shops for cactus in a local Kansas City grocery store.
KCAI currently has formal exchange agreements with the following schools:
In order to be considered for exchange, you should submit the required documentation to your school’s exchange officer no later than 15 March for a fall semester exchange (August through December) or 15 October for a spring semester exchange (January through May).
Pictured: May Castelnuovo, international exchange student from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel, takes time out from her studies at KCAI to try on holiday hats in KCAI's Art Supply Store.
In order to apply to spend a semester or year at KCAI on exchange, you will need to submit a complete exchange application packet to your home school’s exchange officer listed above. Please note, your home school may require additional application requirements from you.
To apply to participate in the exchange program, submit the following application requirements to your home school’s exchange officer, who will forward them to KCAI on your behalf:
After your application for exchange has been reviewed by KCAI, you will be contacted by the international studies office to inform you as to whether or not you have been accepted into the exchange program.
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