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NYU Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

At NYU Tel Aviv, students experience life in one of the world's most intriguing and multidimensional cities. A vibrant coastal metropolis on the Mediterranean, Tel Aviv is the cultural, financial, and technological center of Israel. Students explore this truly global city and acquire a sophisticated understanding of Israel, the Middle East and the interrelationships between cultures, political movements, and religious traditions. Students benefit from high caliber local professors who teach students in areas such as journalism, politics, Hebrew and Arabic. Students connect with local culture through experiential learning/internships, partnerships with a local university and excursions to surrounding areas in Israel.


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Fast Facts

Academic Calendar: Fall/Spring/Full Year

Credits: 14 to 18 NYU credits

Course Language: English 

Student Body: 25 to 35 students per semester 

 

Faculty: Visiting faculty from local universities, and leading intellectuals, and artists from the eider region provide instruction.

Meals: Students dine out or prepare meals in residence hall kitchen

 

Housing: Residence Hall 

Official Language: Hebrew and Arabic

Currency: New Israeli Shekel

Population of Tel Aviv: 400,000

 



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The following NYU departments are key contributors to the NYU Tel Aviv 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
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Hebrew and Judaic Studies

NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

Affiliations

Faculty of Arts & Science    Dramatic Literature
    History
    Neural Science
    Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
    Physics
    Politics
    Sociology

Liberal Studies

Gallatin

Social Work

Steinhardt
    Applied Psychology

Stern

Tisch 



Housing

Tel Aviv Housing

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