When you become an NYU student, you join our dynamic global network – an extensive, worldwide, academic community that cannot be found at any other college or university. Within the global network, you have the ability to study on campuses spanning six continents. No matter where in the world you are, the university’s resources are at your fingertips.
Students enter NYU through one of three comprehensive, degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, or Shanghai (opening in fall 2013). Completing the majority of their studies on their "home" campus, students are also able to study abroad at our campuses in Argentina, Australia, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Ghana, Israel, Italy, Spain, and the United States—or with one of our 16 partner exchange programs around the world.
Global study opportunities serve as a foundational element of the student experience of NYU’s schools and colleges, too. Liberal Studies students, for example, can spend their first year at one of the NYU campuses in Florence, London, or Paris. Many programs – from Business and Political Economy, to International Relations and Global Public Health – integrate global study into the curriculum.
NYU sends more students abroad than any other American university. Where will the global network take you?