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The seat of politics and international relations in the United States, the city of Washington, DC, is alive with history in the making. At NYU Washington, DC, students engage deeply with politics, policy, business, journalism, and leadership through coursework and experiential learning in the nation’s capital. For an even more nuanced understanding of your field, the academic internship program offers the opportunity to gain course credit through the completion of an internship.  


Cost Per Semester (Academic Year 20-21)

Undergraduate tuition and fees: $27,440

Housing: $6,590 - $8,568*

Students pay their individual school tuition, which may differ by college. For comparison to other global locations, including New York, a cost estimation chart is available on the costs and financial aid page.

*Housing range is for AY 19-20.


Academic Calendar: Fall/ Spring/ Full Year/ J-Term

Student Body: 60 - 100 students

Housing: Shared doubles in a residence hall; limited singles

Faculty and Staff: Approximately 30 faculty and 15 administrative staff

Global Leadership Program

This unique program fosters the practice of ethical and inclusive leadership and will prepare students to assume leadership roles in the public and private sectors.
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Support the Washington, DC Center

NYU Washington, DC has been made possible through the generous leadership and support of alumni and friends, who have facilitated the University's purchase of this global academic site. To insure that the Center reaches its full potential, NYU will need additional capital, programming and endowment support. Naming opportunities are available for a variety of spaces within the Center. For more information, please contact the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations at (212) 998-6411.

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