Courses by semester can be accessed with the links below. Please note that all courses are subject to change. Changes in faculty availability and student enrollment can result in cancellations.
Please review these requirements and guidelines before registration
- Students should review the complete list of academic policies here: Policies and Procedures
- Instructions on registering for courses and FAQs can be found here: Registering for Courses and FAQs
- Students must register for 12-18 credits at the NYU Study Away site. This DOES NOT include enrollment in local university courses and/or remote-taught/online courses (if available at the site).
- Taking a language course is required in Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, Madrid, Paris, Shanghai, and Tel Aviv. Select a course that matches your skill level.
- All students must participate in Global Orientations.
- Pay close attention to notes (on this webpage and Albert) for important information regarding:
- Prerequisites. Visiting students should email email@example.com in advance of registration to request a permission number as instructed by course notes.
- Registration Priority. Priority is given to specific schools and/or majors for certain courses.
- Application Instructions. Certain courses require a separate application process.
- Course Fees. Certain courses carry additional fees.
- Location and Meeting Times. Certain courses require additional travel time which must be factored into your course schedule.
- Pay close attention to the Academics Checklist items on the Enrollment Portal for important information regarding academics. This may include separate application related to Direct Enrollment opportunities at local universities.
- Attendance is expected and required; Complete attendance policy found here: Policies and Procedures
- Don't plan your personal travel before receiving official syllabi at the start of the semester! Academic site visits and field trips are considered required class time.
- If you have trouble finding a course on Albert or encounter problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting your course texts
There is no need to purchase any books before the start of term. Your professor will tell you which books to buy, point you to electronic resources, or provide you with a used loan copy. Please be aware that these loan copies may contain markings from previous students. You may, of course, always purchase your own pristine copy to bring to class. In this case, please keep in mind that some books take up to six weeks to be delivered from the United States to Germany.
Regarding German language books: your German language lecturer will inform you which books to buy and where during the first week of classes. There is no need to purchase any German language book before the start of term.
In addition to the many electronic resources available through the NYU Library, we have a small reading room at the Academic Center where one or two copies of each textbook are available (but only for use within the Academic Center). German books for all levels are also available through our German “mini library” in the German Studies office. You can search the NYU Berlin library catalogue online.
A list of the required course books can be found in each syllabus which are part of your digital Welcome Package.
If you have any questions or concerns about ordering books, please contact email@example.com.
Use the Global Study Planner to explore course options at other locations based on a particular subject area.
Spring courses with days and times become available in Albert, NYU's Student Information System in mid October, Fall courses in mid March. For more information: Instructions on viewing Study Away courses in Albert and other Registration FAQs