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Abu Dhabi and Shanghai course equivalencies

Remote/Online Course Policy

Students studying at NYU London who are not on a student visa can enroll in remote courses provided they are enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits of in-person coursework at NYU London. Students attending with a Student Visa cannot enroll in any type of remote course (asynchronous, synchronous, zero credit, independent study etc…).

Most students attend NYU London on a visitor visa. Internship program students, full-year London students, and some students with specific immigration cases attend NYU London with a Student Visa.

Courses by Department

Africana Studies

Anthropology

Art History

Biology

Business

Chemistry

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies

Cinema Studies

College Core Curriculum

Creative Writing

Dramatic Literature

Additional opportunities listed under: Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

Dramatic Writing

Additional opportunities listed under: Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

Economics

English

Environmental Studies

Experiential Learning for Credit

Film and Television

Additional opportunities listed under: Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

Food Studies

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Global Public Health

History

Journalism

Legal Studies

Literature and Creative Writing

Mathematics

Media, Culture, & Communication

Metropolitan Studies

Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

Physics

Politics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Social and Cultural Analysis

Sociology

Gallatin Fashion Program

Gallatin Fashion Program courses are only open to students admitted to the program. Students can find the application in their enrollment portal after they've submitted their interest for the location. The application is open to all students. Students in the program must enroll in all three courses.

Liberal Studies Courses

Open to Liberal Studies students only

LS Core First Year

LS Electives

Global Liberal Studies

Stern FYLO Courses 

Priority registration to Stern FYLO students

Television Writing in London

The Writing the TV Pilot in London course is only open to students admitted to the program. Students can find the application in their enrollment portal after they've submitted their interest for the location. The application is open to all students. 

Students may review additional opportunities through Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs below.

Teaching & Learning

Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs

The following programs are offered through NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Special Programs. Each program listed below has special admission requirements. Program courses (courses listed under each individual program) are open only to students admitted to that specific program. Only students admitted to the Directing the Actor: London program may register for additional course work offered through NYU London.

For more information about these programs and the courses offered please visit the program webpages.

Human Development courses

This course sequence is only open to students in NYU Steinhardt's Teaching and Learning Program.

Students enrolling in the Human Development course sequence must register for both APSY-UE 9020 Human Development I and one of the Human Development II sections (APSY-UE 9021, 9022, or 9023). Human Development I runs for the first 7 weeks of the semester followed by Human Development II. All sections of Human Development II will meet together for class sessions however classroom observations and assignments will be differentiated.

Students enrolling in the Human Development course sequence must conduct observations in a London school classroom each week. Students are required to complete a a minimum of 25 hours of classroom observations over the semester. Students must leave one day free of classes each week (between Mon - Thurs) for their placement.


MCC in London - First Year Program Courses

(Spring semester)

MCC in London Spring Admission students have the exciting opportunity to start their NYU academic career at NYU London during the spring semester. At NYU London, the city is your classroom. 

Please visit the Department of Media Culture and Communication website for more information.