maria sunga

"The business school is the perfect preparation for me. We’re doing what we’ll actually do in the business world."
Maria Sunga, Major in Management, 2019
Hometown: Angeles City, Philippines

Study Abroad and Exchange

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Enhance your appreciation of global communities.

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International Admissions

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Increase your understanding by means of cultural exchanges.

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International Students and Scholars

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Your support for immigration matters, transition to the U.S., and campus cultural activities

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Office of International Programs

Our mission

Marian University is committed to preparing transformative global leaders for the 21st century. We have embarked on a mission to internationalize the university and provide you with the global competencies you will need in your personal and professional life.

Our efforts include developing strategies to diversify our campus community by welcoming international students and faculty, developing international partnerships, internationalizing our curriculum and campus research projects, and increasing study abroad participation and programming for students.

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We are responsible for:

  • International student recruitment and admissions
  • International partnerships and agreements
  • International student and scholar services
  • J-1 exchange visitors
  • Study abroad and exchange programs

Financial aid

Learn more about need-based financial assistance for international students.
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Marian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age or disabilities in the selection of administrative personnel, faculty and staff, and students.
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