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Study Art, Literature, Pre-health, Business, and More at NYU London


Students at NYU London take advantage of a wide range of academic programs complemented by the rich cultural experience of living in one of Europe’s most storied cities. Specialized programs are available in Africana studies, art and architecture, business, mathematics, British literature and writing, pre-health, and psychology. Courses in math, biology, chemistry, and physics accommodate students whose schedules might not otherwise allow for a semester of global study. Additionally, NYU is the only institution in London to offer science courses approved by the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) for medical school admittance. NYU London encourages students to enroll in for-credit internships with key institutions in fields including marketing, finance, media, law, politics, health, and theatre.

Students who spend a semester at NYU London live and learn in the heart of Bloomsbury, a neighborhood that is home to the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and the West End (London’s famous theatre district). Each semester, NYU London staff plans day trips to places such as the historic cities of Bath, Cambridge, and Oxford. In addition to exploring London’s myriad cultural sites, students often participate in short-term or semester-long community service projects.


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Academic Calendar: Fall/Spring/Summer/Full Year

Credits: 12 to 18 NYU credits

Faculty and Staff: Over 60 instructors and administrative staff

Student Body: 450 per semester, including 75 freshmen

Affiliated Institution: University of London

Housing: furnished rooms in NYU-leased student residential buildings

Meals: Kitchens or community cooking areas are available

Language: English

Local Currency: Pound Sterling

Population of London: 7.5 million


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