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International Students

Studio Incamminati welcomes international students. Our mission to produce highly skilled artists who can call upon their abilities and whose art and teaching inspire others is especially applicable to student artists from around the world. Studio Incamminati already has enrolled students from five continents in the Advanced Fine Art Program and workshops.  

Studio Incamminati is authorized to accept non-immigrant students and is part of the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS), a networked computer system in the United States that tracks information on non-immigrant international students and scholars attending school in the United States.

Learn more about the Advanced Fine Art Program

For information about applying as an international student, contact the school at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

International student Dian shares her experience of working within Student Incamminati's diverse community and how that adds to the already strong curriculum.

The following are helpful websites on visa requirements:


Admission and Application Requirements

1. Complete the application and follow the admissions requirements and schedule as outlined in the Apply section of this website.
2. International students whose native language is not English are required to submit an official score of the Test of English Language (TOEFL). Studio Incamminati suggests a TOEFL internet score of 80. However, all applicant credentials and information submitted in the application process are considered. Information on TOEFL is at Studio Incamminati's school code is 4170.
3. Studio Incamminati's Admissions Committee reviews the application and promising candidates are invited for a phone interview. Applicants are notified of admission based on the Admissions Schedule.
4. Complete the Application for I-20 Form with required documentation.

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Student Visas

Accepted international students are provided with an I-20 Form to apply for the F-1 visa at their local U.S. embassy or consulate. International students must provide evidence of the ability to pay full tuition and living expenses for the first school year before a U.S. visa can be issued.


Partial scholarships are available. For information and application instructions, go to Scholarships.