In addition to the academic centers abroad, NYU students have the opportunity to be considered to study away from New York at one of the University’s partner institutions by participating in a student exchange. The International Exchange Program enables select NYU students to study at a variety of institutions – all distinguished research universities – while earning NYU credit and being immersed in the culture of some of the world's most exciting cities.
Students who are approved to enroll in the NYU exchange pay NYU tuition which allows you to maintain your financial aid package, including grants and scholarships (unique partner fees may be required). You may also apply for additional financial aid (in the form of loans) for study abroad through the NYU Office of Financial Aid.
Review the list of Partner Universities and learn about the highly selective Application Process on our website. For additional information regarding the University-wide International Exchange Program, please contact us at:
New York University
Global Programs Office
383 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
You must contact the office at your university that manages the nomination process for the program to learn how your school selects nominees. Typically it is the International Office, Office of International Affairs, or International Exchange Office who can assist you. You can read more about the exchange program at NYU in our information flyer.
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**If you are enrolled at a University that is not a partner with NYU you cannot participate in the exchange program.**
However, if you would still like to enroll at NYU for a term, you may do so through the Office of University Programs, which offers a visiting student program for the Fall, January, Spring, and Summer terms. As a visiting student, you’ll be able to take courses with NYU students and receive an official NYU transcript for the transfer of credit back to your university. More information, including further details about the application process, course offerings, and additional requirements for international students, can be found on the Visiting Students website.
If, after reviewing the website, you have additional questions about being a visiting student, please feel free to contact the Office of University Programs directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +1-(212)-998-2292.