International Affairs: Prospective International Students
SAIC offers undergraduate bachelor's degrees, generally following high/secondary school; graduate master's degrees, advanced study generally following a bachelor's degree programs; and post-baccalaureate certificates, advanced study generally following a bachelor's degree.
English for International Students (EIS)
Our English for International Students (EIS) courses serve to raise the English language proficiency of SAIC students whose native language is not English to an effective academic level at which they can successfully express complex thoughts when writing and effectively absorb abstract concepts from higher level textbooks.
High School Early College Program (ECP)
Students of diverse backgrounds and experiences come to the Early College Program to strengthen their commitment to the study of art and design and develop a strong portfolio for college admission.
International Affairs recommends that students who plan to attend the Early College Program to contact the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate to determine the required immigration documents needed to enter the United States. You can locate your nearest Embassy or Consulate on the Department of State's website.
Continuing Studies at SAIC provides lifelong learning and the development of creative thought and practice in students of all ages.
SAIC does not issue immigration support documents for international students participating in the nondegree Continuing Studies program. Immigration documents are only issued for students who are accepted to a degree, post-baccalaureate certificate, or Early College programs.