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NYU Prague offers students a broad curriculum in art, architecture, film, media, music, photography, politics, business, the humanities, and social sciences in one of the world's most beautiful cities.  Our faculty includes writers, ambassadors, and dissidents who helped topple the Communist regime.  NYU Prague's successful music program pairs students with leading European musicians.  Film students work with Czech production crews from FAMU, one of Europe‚Äôs oldest and most prestigious film schools. 

Outside of the classroom opportunities abound in this vibrant city of culture via internships, international conferences, excursions,  and cultural programs organized by NYU Prague.  Media students can work on PragueCast, produced by students under the guidance of the BBC Prague correspondent, contribute our student Webzine, or be part of the team that runs the NYU Prague Now! student blog.


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Fast Facts

Academic Calendar: Fall/Spring/Summer/Full Year

Credits: 12 to 18 NYU credits

Faculty: 40 instructors

Student Body: approx. 200 students  

Course Language: English

Housing: NYU-leased apartments, residence halls

Meals: All housing includes kitchens

Staff: 10 admin staff  

Currency: Czech koruna

Population of Prague1.2 million

Official Language: Czech



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The following NYU departments are key contributors to the NYU Prague curriculum. Partnerships indicate departments with a significant curricular stake. Affiliations indicate the offering or development of at least one course.

Partnerships

Faculty of Arts & Science
    Journalism
    Sociology

Steinhardt
    Media, Culture and Communication
    Music and Performing Arts Professions

Tisch
    Dance
    Film and TV

Affiliations

Faculty of Arts & Science
    Anthropology
    Art History
    College Core Curriculum
    Comparative Literature
    European and Mediterranean Studies
    German
    History
    Politics
    Russian and Slavic Studies

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