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New York Campus

Founded in 1831 as an institution "in and of the city," our New York campus serves the largest student body within the university's global network. With Greenwich Village as our neighborhood and New York City as a seamless extension of the campus, our New York campus is centered in the heart of the world capital of business, the arts, communication, the sciences, and culture. New York City offers students the best in theatre, dance, music, film, libraries, museums, and galleries. Studying here also gives you access to internships that complement your course work and advance your professional goals. NYU’s broad alumni network of nearly 400,000 and longstanding affiliations with corporations, government agencies, and social institutions extend your reach deep into the professional world of this remarkable city.

Our New York campus comprises 11 schools, colleges, and programs offering more than 230 areas of study, more than 2,700 undergraduate courses, over 3,300 graduate courses, and a wide selection of cross-school minors.

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Our New York campus offers students the world.

Students who call the New York City campus home also have the opportunity to start abroad.

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