Living in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is considered Israel's most secular city that still maintains its Hebrew language and culture. It ranks third after Tokyo and Paris as the city with the most news agencies. Tel Aviv serves as a base for foreign journalists who report on the entire Middle East.
Tel Aviv is a unique city with an eclectic mix of cultures. A thoughtfully planned extracurricular program allows NYU students to interact with Israeli society and advance their understanding and appreciation of the various people that live in the region.
Get to Know your Neighborhood
All students live in NYU-arranged housing located in a residential neighborhood near Yarkon Park (often compared to New York?s Central Park) with its sports facilities, botanical gardens, aviary, water park, concert venues, a running path, and picnic areas.
NYU Sponsored Excursions
Take advantage of the NYU sponsored trips. They are free and to places you might not know to check out on your own.