In addition to the NYU campuses and centers outside of New York, the University has numerous opportunities for current students to study at other universities; and programs for students from other universities to study with NYU on the campus in New York.
Opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students during the academic year. Students interested in courses during January or May, June, July should consult the University Programs opportunities.
The IEP is a university-wide opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to enroll directly as NYU nominees at leading research universities. Many of the universities offer course work in English and others require advanced knowledge of the local language.
The Faculty Resource Network has established a student exchange program for outstanding undergraduates between New York University and three historically black and two Hispanic-serving colleges: Morehouse College, Spelman College, Xavier University of Louisiana, University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedras), and University of Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico.
Through IBEX, Stern juniors and seniors have the chance to study at leading business universities and discover the intellectual, cultural and social life of another country.
Undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at one of NYU's partner schools are eligible to apply. Students apply through their current university's international programs office to become a nominee for enrollment at NYU.
Through a generous commitment of the Brazilian government to encourage students to pursue study of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), students from Brazilian universities are eligible to enroll at NYU for an academic-year (2 semesters).
Paths to Peace brings together students of different faiths and backgrounds from Israel and Palestine for a semester of fellowship and learning at New York University. The program is dedicated to training future leaders and endowing them with the skills and experience necessary to advance reconciliation and coexistence for future generations.
If you are enrolled at a University that is not a partner with NYU you cannot participate in an exchange program. There are opportunities for you to enroll at NYU for courses through the University Programs Office. These programs allow you to enroll as a visiting student, take courses with NYU students, and receive an official NYU transcript for the transfer of credit back to your university. If you have questions about these options please direct your inquiry to the contact information provided on each web site.
Fall in New York (September to December) -- undergraduate level courses
Spring in New York (January to May) -- undergraduate level courses
NYU Summer Sessions (May to August) -- undergraduate and graduate level courses
January Term -- undergraduate and graduate level courses