Get a firsthand look at what life is like as a graduate or professional student at NYU and learn about the University’s schools, colleges, centers, and institutes through virtual tours and events specially designed for individuals interested in pursuing advanced degrees.

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Contact Us

Virtual Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Eastern
Email:
gradadmissions@nyu.edu
Phone: 212-992-GRAD (4723)

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Grad Tours & Info Sessions 

In Person Grad Tours 

We're thrilled to announce that we are providing outdoor tours of our Washington Square campus for guests that are fully vaccinated and have received their booster shot. Register to learn about the schools, colleges, centers, and institutes that make up professional and graduate programs at NYU. 

Learn more about our safety guidelines.

 

Other Ways to Experience NYU

As a prospective NYU graduate or professional student, you have the opportunity to virtually tour both our Washington Square Park and Brooklyn campuses. These online tours offer a general introduction to NYU’s New York City locations and facilities but do not provide school-specific academic or admissions information. If you’d like to visit with a specific graduate or professional school, you should contact them directly, as opportunities across schools vary. You can also learn more about graduate and professional programs during our weekly info sessions or through a self-guided tour.

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Watch This: General Grad Admissions Info Session

View a recording of our general graduate admissions information session to learn about the schools, colleges, centers, and institutes that make up professional and graduate programs at NYU.

Watch This: Financing your Graduate Education

View a recording of one of our most popular prospective student events! Hear from experts on paying for your NYU education.

Watch This: Graduate Student Life Panel

Student panelists from various NYU schools and programs share what it's like to be a graduate student in NYC.

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Visit NYU Graduate Schools

Contact the NYU graduate school, center, or institute of your choice to discover the opportunities you have to virtually connect with experts who can answer program-specific academic and admissions questions.

Two students wearing masks enter the Kimmel Center.