The King's College

Academic Partnerships

TKC Students listening to a lecture in Israel

The King’s College offers several unique academic opportunities to students through partnership with other institutions. Some of these involve opportunities for visiting students to study through King’s in New York City or abroad, while others provide students already studying on the King’s NYC campus with off-campus academic experiences.

Institutions interested in new partnerships along these lines can inquire by emailing

Study Abroad Oxford
Study in Oxford

The King’s College is proud to partner with the Christian Council of Colleges and Universities and SCIO (Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford) to offer students a semester-long or summer study-abroad opportunity. Academically qualified students undertake rigorous study in Oxford University programs and participate in Christian community together. Depending on the term, King’s students may earn up to 17 credit hours.

To determine whether you are eligible to study abroad for the semester and to apply, contact Danise Stokeld, Director of Academic Advising:

Study Abroad Israel
Study Abroad

Study Abroad opportunities are strategic overseas trips overseen by King’s faculty that focus on engaging ideas, learning about institutions, and connecting with people of influence. These programs most often involve earning academic credit or meeting an academic requirement in a King’s major or minor. Through Study Abroad you will have the opportunity to see how some of the principles you are studying in the classroom—such as free-market capitalism, religious liberty, the dignity of human life, and freedom of the press—are shaping the world today, and to augment your learning in other cultural contexts.

A group photo of the New York City Journalism Fall 2017 students with Paul Glader
New York City Semester

New York City Semester is a program at The King’s College that allows visiting students from 33 participating partner schools to have a unique academic experience at our campus in Manhattan’s Financial District. The New York City Semester program offers three tracks for visiting students: Journalism, Business, and Theater. To see if your college or university is a partner school, click here. If you are an administrator interested in exploring whether your college or university might become a partner school, e-mail Brittin Ward at

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ArtBound Initiative

ArtBound Initiative (ABI) is a global internship program in art and design, connecting students with established artists and arts organizations in New York City, London, Berlin, and Hong Kong. Through ArtBound Initiative, King’s students can set up an internship (from two to six months) in London, Berlin or Hong Kong with ease. ABI will coordinate all of the logistics, including housing, an internship visa, insurance, an in-country orientation, and more.

ABI offers internships in design, studio art, communications, marketing, social media, film/theater/tv producing, exhibitions and curation, public relations, event management, fashion, theater, and more. King’s and non-King’s students can obtain King’s credit for specific types of ABI internships based on location and circumstance; please inquire for more information.

Watch videos about:

The ABI Program | Hong Kong | Berlin

To apply for an ABI internship, King’s students must:

  • Be an enrolled student who has completed at least four semesters of study by the start of the internship
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.5

To learn more about ArtBound Initiative and to apply, click the button below>. King’s students should also consult with Dr. Henry Bleattler:

Read testimonials from King’s students here:
Emma in Hong Kong | Carrie in Berlin | More testimonials

Meraki Honors Program in Finance

The Meraki Honors Program in Finance is a highly selective 10-week summer program at The King’s College designed for top Christian students with a passion for finance and plans to pursue a career in New York City upon graduation. The program combines a financial internship at a leading NYC firm, field trips to key financial institutions, a Christian mentor for each student, and a college class on Faith and Finance. To be considered for admission to the program, students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.50, have a B+ in calculus, and either be enrolled in or have completed a college class in accounting. The program is designed for students who will have completed their sophomore year prior to the start of the program.