NYU Washington, DC allows for concentrated study and research in an array of subjects, including: politics, economics, environmental studies, public policy, journalism to art history, while incorporating the spirit of a capital city. The student experience is enhanced by access to Washington’s distinctive intellectual, political, and cultural life. No global network would be complete without a location in the US capital, which is also home to 174 embassies, headquarters of international policy-making bodies, and the seat of the US federal government.
Students who study in Washington, DC pair classroom work with internships offered by the wealth of non-profits, government agencies, and corporations that call this city home. Faculty are not only notable contributors to their field, they are also active practitioners in their areas of expertise. Through participation in curricular and extracurricular activities, students learn the behind-the-scenes life of this bustling city by visiting with museum curators, politicians and civic leaders, journalists and writers, artists and others whose work shapes the political and cultural fabric of the United States and the world.
The Constance Milstein and Family Global Academic Center (located at 1307 L. St., NW) provides a home-away-from-home for faculty and researchers traveling to Washington, and as a gathering space for our many alumni in the capital area. It also serves as a venue for dynamic public programming, featuring NYU faculty and leaders from the government, business, and cultural worlds.
A bold new addition to New York University’s global network, NYU Washington, DC allows the University to continue the critical work of shaping the next generation of leaders for an increasingly global, interconnected 21st century.