Global Notebook is a biannual online magazine for students who are considering studying abroad.

Academics

Courses in a variety of subject areas and special programs fulfill graduation requirements

Building Language Skills Around the World

Students can immerse themselves in a new culture while learning a language at different NYU locations across the globe. Find out some of the ways students can advance their language skills in a new city. »

Breathing New Life Into Classical Music at NYU Prague

Read how a Music Composition major had a life-changing collaboration in the historic city of Prague that led him to record a debut album. »

Exploring the World of Art Across NYU’s Global Locations

NYU students have access to the world’s most prestigious museums and public institutions. Check out a few locations you can visit. »


Student Life

Students enrich their study abroad experience by engaging with the local culture of their host cities

A Day in the Life at NYU Sydney

More than just surf and sand, NYU Sydney offers students rigorous coursework in the sciences with a scenic view. »

Bienvenidos a Buenos Aires

NYU Buenos Aires is celebrating its 10-year anniversary! Read on to find out what students love most about their unique experiences in this exquisite city. »

Connecting Cultures at NYU Accra

Hear how four students made meaningful connections with Ghanaian people and culture while studying in the bustling capital city of Accra. »


Community

Students and faculty from within the NYU global community are making an impact

A Trip Around the NYU Global Network with Kennedy Hill

Want to study at more than one NYU location? Follow alumna Kennedy Hill’s exceptional journey to Washington, DC, Florence, and Prague. »

Telling Madrid's Stories

How a pair of world-class filmmakers helps NYU students sharpen their craft. »

Staff Spotlight: NYU Washington DC

Student Life Program Manager Brian Dooley helps students make connections from the classroom to Capitol Hill. »

Spend a Semester Studying in Los Angeles

Learn more about NYU's new program designed for upper-level undergraduate students planning to make careers in the entertainment and media industries. »