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:
The earliest you can apply for internal or intra-campus transfer admission is the second semester/term of consecutive full-time study at your current NYU school, college, or campus.
If accepted, you would begin your study at the new NYU school, college, or campus the following semester. The earliest you can begin your study at the new NYU school, college, or campus would be the first semester of your second year.
The latest semester/term for which you can apply for transfer admission is the end of your second year of study at NYU. The latest students can begin their study at a new NYU school, college or campus is the first semester of their junior year. Typically applications to transfer between NYU schools, colleges, or campuses are not permitted during or after the junior year. In addition, students are rarely permitted to transfer between campuses when their intended major (or a similar major) is already offered at their current campus.
Please note that some NYU programs are open only to Fall or Spring applications. Review the “Additional Requirements” tab for more information.
If you do transfer internally (or across campuses), you must meet all of the degree requirements (including core curriculum/general education and major-specific requirements) of your new school, college, or campus. Differences between your current and new requirements may result in your needing additional time to meet your new degree requirements. Since we want you to graduate within four years, if you are currently in your third year, we encourage you to work with your academic advisor to explore alternative options to transfer admission to meet your educational goals.
If you want to change programs within the same school, college, or campus, you should contact your current school, college, or campus advising office.
Log into NYU Albert. Go to "Other Resources," click the "Application Center" link and follow the instructions for the internal transfer application.
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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