Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions
The Music department of NYU Steinhardt offers a program which draws on the rich musical heritage of the great European city Prague, in the Czech Republic. Specifically designed for music performance and music technology majors, the program offers a unique opportunity to study music history, take individual lessons and join ensembles with the guidance of expert local faculty. Internships are a very special feature of this program, and music business and music technology students benefit from hands-on experience with symphony groups, production studios, performers, management companies and other areas of the music industry in credit bearing placements arranged by the NYU staff in Prague. Practice rooms, musical instruments and technology equipment are provided at the NYU academic center and in student residences. See course descriptions within the NYU Prague "Academics" tab.
Stern IBEX (for NYU Stern students only)
Study at one of the world’s top business institutions through the Stern School's International Business Exchange program (IBEX). Stern Business students have a unique opportunity for this cultural immersion experience. IBEX students attend class with local and international students, learning about the world and gaining a competitive edge in the global business community. All universities offer courses in English and allow for courses that fall into the Stern business curriculum to keep up with degree progress while abroad.
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Tisch Programs (open to NYU and non-NYU students)
Tisch School of the Arts offers specialized fall and spring programs to allow students to gain advanced training in a variety of arts disciplines. Students apply directly through Tisch and choose from a variety of advanced-level training with an international scope that compares to our standards of excellence at home.
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Global Liberal Studies
Global Liberal Studies (GLS) is a four year degree program which offers a rigorous course of study in the liberal arts, the hallmark of which is a junior year in residence at one of NYU's international campuses in Africa, Asia, Europe, or Latin America. The curriculum emphasizes great works from around the globe, combining ideas, materials, and methodologies from multiple fields of inquiry, including literature, philosophy, foreign language, and more. Students may begin their freshman year studies at NYU's campus in New York or one of the Liberal Studies campuses in Florence, London, or Paris. The sophomore year in New York reinforces the global perspective infused throughout the core curriculum and prepares students to take full advantage of their junior year overseas. During their year of international study, students will not only begin independent research but also immerse themselves in their chosen international community through an experiential learning placement. Finally, the senior year in New York combines advanced course work with a guided individual research project that integrates a truly cosmopolitan four years of study through NYU's global network of campuses and showcases students' understanding of an increasingly interconnected world.
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Archaeology and History in Egypt
NYU's Institute for Studies of the Ancient World offers the program Archaeology and History in Egypt. NYU's Egypt program features a three part curriculum beginning with an intensive course "The Oases of Egypt", followed by participation in the excavations at Amheida, and ending with the course "The Archaeology of Egypt's Nile Valley."
NYU Steinhardt Graduate Study Abroad (open to NYU and non-NYU Graduate Students)
Designed for both the busy working professional and full-time graduate student the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development offers an international study component to complement many degree programs. Intensive study programs between semesters and during spring break as well as summer allow students to obtain credits towards their degree through exciting opportunities abroad.
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Graduate School of Arts and Science (MA Programs Abroad)
The Graduate School of Arts and Science at New York University offers degree programs abroad in a number of areas in Florence, London, Madrid, and Paris. Students apply through GSAS in New York.
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College of Nursing
The College of Nursing offers three 3-point winter intersession courses - one in Florence, Italy and two in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Florence program will discuss aspects of current health care delivery issues with comparisons to the United States and those in Italy and Western Europe will be studied. It is open to both graduate and undergraduate NYU students.
In Buenos Aires, one of the programs will focus on Nursing Issues & Trends within the Health Care System. This course examines the delivery of health services as pertains to nurse's contribution using the social/cultural, historical, literary and scientific contexts. The second program focuses on global perspectives on child health. Both courses are open to graduate and undergraduate NYU students. Because the programs run concurrently, interested students may only participate in one.
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Silver School of Social Work Global Learning Programs (open to NYU and non-NYU Graduate Students)
The Silver School of Social Work offers several exciting study abroad opportunities throughout the year. The Silver School’s global programs offer an international perspective on several important contemporary issues in social work from community based activism and advocacy to substance use. The Silver School offers intensive courses at NYU’s campuses in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Paris, France and Washington, D.C. as well as programs in Rimini, Italy, Puebla, Mexico, Santiago, Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.
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