NYU's Global Academic Centers offer a wide variety of course offerings from undergraduate departments across the university. Courses are crafted to uphold the quality of academic rigor and independent experience expected from NYU. Students select courses from a range of disciplines taught by an exemplary faculty of local scholars, artists, and professionals. Classes and instructors are reviewed and approved by the relevant sponsoring academic department(s) and school committees at NYU. Students register for courses through NYU's Student Information System (Albert), and receive NYU credit for all courses taken. Course offerings organized by location can be found on the courses page for each Global Academic Center. A list of all courses at the Global Academic Centers, organized by department, can be found here.
Before registering for classes all students should review the Policies and Procedures page for important information about academic requirements for study away students, and other academic policies and procedures.
All students register for courses using Albert (NYU’s Student Information System). Albert can be accessed through NYU Home, or by going directly to albert.nyu.edu. When using the Albert course search – accessed via the student center on Albert or by going directly to albert.nyu.edu/course-search – find a global center’s courses by selecting the appropriate term and site from the drop down to the right under Study Away Programs. (For courses available to students studying away during the fall and spring semesters use "NYU Accra", "NYU Berlin", etc.) Note that Study Away courses cannot be found using the search fields. You must navigate to individual courses by clicking on the appropriate subject heading.
Please note that while many courses currently do not show a course description in Albert, descriptions and syllabi can be found on the courses pages of the Study Away website. The courses in the Albert course search for a designated site should match the courses page on the Study Away site. If you have questions about study away course offerings please contact email@example.com
Students register for study away courses during registration week at NYU. This is typically in mid-late November for the spring term and mid-late April for the fall. Registration for Spring 2014 courses will begin the week of November 18, 2013.
Some study away sites enable students to wait-list for courses that have reached capacity. Please be aware that being on the wait list for a class does not guarantee you a spot in the class. Students can’t attend wait listed classes. It’s your responsibility to check your status via Albert.
Albert allows you to wait list for several classes at a time, including those that meet at the same time as a course you are currently enrolled in. However, in order to be enrolled off a wait list you MUST use the SWAP function. For more information on using the SWAP function, please view pages 10-12 of the NYU Registrar’s Albert Registration Help Guide.
Please note that Albert WILL NOT enroll you in more than 18 units without prior approval. This means that unless you told the system to swap your wait listed course for an enrolled course (by using the SWAP function), you will not be enrolled in the wait listed class despite it being your turn to roll in off of the wait list.
Even if you have space in your schedule (e.g. you are enrolled in 14 units and on the wait list for a 4 units course), the system will not enroll you in a course if you have a time conflict. The system will move further down the wait list until it finds a wait listed student that it can enroll in the open spot in the class.
Note: Some study away sites may not enable students to wait-list for courses.