Submit a Proposal

Applicants must be currently matriculated NYU sophomores, juniors or seniors in good academic standing and good judicial standing.

Eligible student participants must be one of the following:

  • A current undergraduate international student enrolled at NYU New York, NYU Abu Dhabi or NYU Shanghai
  • A current and/or former NYU study away participant enrolled at the Global Academic Centers
  • An exchange student from, or enrolled in, one of NYU's International Partner Universities (Also open to current full-time students who participated in exchange partner programs prior to 2016-2017)
  • A student enrolled in school-specific international programs (J-Term, CAS Summer Programs, Stern - IBEX, etc)
  • A participant in international programming through school-based or University-wide Student Life Centers and student clubs (NYUServiceProject, Alternative Breaks, etc)

The symposium committee encourages a variety of submissions from students across all of NYU’s degree-granting campuses and study away sites. Successful candidates will submit compelling proposals that convey unique experiences related to community service engagement, internships, work, independent research projects, and collaborations with international organizations.


For Students

The deadline to submit a proposal to present at the NYU Global Engagement Symposium is March 5, 2017.

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If you have any questions about proposal submission requirements, please contact symposium.info@nyu.edu. Our advisers will assist you throughout the proposal preparation steps.  

Interested in some tips on writing a successful proposal? A proposal writing workshop will be offered on Friday, February 10th from 12:00-1:00pm. To sign up and receive more details, please click on the link below.

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For Faculty & Staff

The symposium committee values and encourages involvement from faculty and staff. Here are some of the ways you can support the Global Engagement Symposium.

  • Volunteer to be a Symposium Mentor. Your constructive feedback will help a student capitalize on their strengths and identify areas for improvement as they continue to share their research and experiences.
  • Encourage your globally engaged students to submit a proposal.
  • Recommend candidates for future keynote speakers.
  • Identify offices and departments for symposium co-sponsorship.

To get involved, or if you have any questions, you can always reach a member of the symposium committee at symposium.info@nyu.edu.

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