Update 4/27/18: We are no longer accepting applications to NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU New York, NYU Madrid or NYU Prague for Fall 2018.
All other programs still available and will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Students interested in studying away for the full 2018 / 2019 academic year must submit a both a fall and spring application by the stated deadlines to be considered.
The application review is a holistic process that considers the complete academic record, unique program requirements, and student essay. It is suggested that applicants have earned a GPA of 3.0; students with lower GPA's are encouraged to provide insight to their academic goals in the personal statement.
All students interested in applying to study at an NYU Global Academic Center must complete the online application which includes an agreement to the NYU Study Away Standard. All applicants are required to include three different choices of locations for study and every attempt will be made to match students with one of their top locations.
NYU Students – Here is how you can access the NYU Global Programs online application:
Once in the application please make sure to:
The personal statement is generally 250 to 500 words. Students applying to certain academic pathways may also be asked for additional supplemental materials.
If you encounter trouble when trying to submit your application, first save the application as it is and then clear your cache (read: go into your browser tools menu and select the clear history/clear browsing data/clear cache option). Then, close all of your browser windows, reopen the browser, and log back into your application. In almost all cases, this will allow you to submit your application. If you try this and continue to have trouble, please email us at email@example.com and we will help you.
Any courses with an incomplete (I) must be resolved before the application can be reviewed. At the end of the term preceding the applicant's intended semester away, NYU Global Programs will re-review the student's academic transcript and reserves the right to rescind admission pending that final review. Should a student's admission be revoked as a result of this review, New York University is not responsible for refunding any expenses incurred in preparation for the intended semester away.
Students who apply to study away during their first semester in a new NYU school (internal transfers and LS transitioning students) should acknowledge the University policy that requires students to spend their first semester on campus in New York. Exceptions to that policy are granted on a case by case basis.
Given their unique nature, membership in a global campus community requires mutual respect, consideration, and concern for the well-being of others as well as a significant degree of personal integrity and maturity. Students whose prior behavior has been determined through the University student conduct process to have been disruptive to the University community and/or antithetical to these qualities may be precluded from participation in the study away experience. Accordingly, please be advised that information concerning student conduct actions is made available to the New York University Global Academic Centers and may be taken into consideration in the process of reviewing a student’s application to participate. Students who have been placed on University disciplinary probation or on deferred suspension from University housing are ineligible to participate in study away during the period of their probation and/or deferred status. Students who have been suspended, withdrawn, or dismissed from the University and those who have been dismissed or suspended from University housing are permanently ineligible to enroll at the Global Academic Centers.
Exceptions to this policy will be reviewed on a case by case basis and may be waived if the student is returning from an approved personal leave (examples: fulfill military service, conduct research, employment, etc). Interested students should first contact their School Advising Dean's office and the Office of Global Programs before applying to study away to more fully understand how the policy may apply to them.
Students interested in extending their study away through the spring will be given priority if a completed Study Away Application and Extended Stay Form are submitted by September 29th. Notification will be sent on October 4.
To be considered, students must submit a spring application via their Student Center as well as complete the Extended Stay Form. All applications received after the September 29th will be considered as part of the general applicant pool.
Priority is only for students applying for full year at the same location. Students interested in studying for a full year but two different locations must apply by the regular deadlines and will be considered part of the larger applicant pool.
You should submit your electronic application on or before the admissions deadlines posted below. You are welcome to apply for admission as early as you would like and we will keep your application on file until we begin reviewing applications for the term you have indicated. We tend to open our application 6-8 months before the application deadline date.
Special note for students who wish to enroll at NYU Prague: Visa requirements set by the Czech government take up to 4 months to secure and process - applying as early as possible allows enough time to follow the required steps to obtain the visa. Interested students should apply by the earliest deadline to enroll at NYU Prague.
|After March 15*||April 16 (2-4 weeks from date of submission)||as space remains available|
|After October 15*||2-4 weeks from date of submission||as space remains available|
*Students who submit an application during these review phases will be admitted only as space remains available.
To allow for sufficient time to prepare, all new applications must be received at a minimum of two weeks prior to the site arrival date.
Students with disabilities who are requesting accommodations at NYU Global academic centers must contact the Moses Center to discuss reasonable accommodations. Students should contact the Moses Center prior to choosing a location and should register with the Moses Center as soon as they receive their admission notification. Visit the Moses Center website for more information.