Internal transfers are current NYU students who want to transfer from one NYU school or college to another. If this applies to you, here’s what you need to know:
You’re eligible if you’re in at least your second semester of consecutive full-time study at your current NYU school or college.
If you want to change programs within the same school/college, contact your school/college advising office.
Log into NYU Albert. Go to "Other Resources," click the "Application Center" link and follow the instructions for the internal transfer application.
If you're interested in transferring between NYU campuses (New York City, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai), please contact Shawn Abbott, Dean of Admissions at email@example.com.
Note: NYU sets deadlines so as many internal transfers as possible can pre-register in their new school or college. Applications submitted after the deadline are considered on a space-available basis.
Yes, you can re-apply for internal transfer admission but we strongly suggest you wait one full year before submitting a new internal transfer application again. Only under rare and extenuating circumstances are students permitted to transfer after just one semester since submitting their initial internal transfer application.
Yes. More information about artistic requirements can be found on school or department websites:
In most cases, no — but there are exceptions. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at (212) 998-4444 once you’re admitted to a new school or college.
You’ll find out before the end of the academic semester in which you apply.
Unfortunately, it won’t. Talk with an adviser in your new program to find out if re-declaring your minor is possible.
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