"One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore."--Andre Gide
Semester Study Abroad
NYU offers ten unique semester-long academic study abroad programs in some of the world's most exhilarating cities. These sites serve all students at NYU, and some sites offer specialized courses tailored to the Steinhardt students. These include:
- Music in Prague (fall) and Florence (spring)
- Art courses in Ghana, Shanghai and Berlin
- Media, Culture and Communication courses in Prague, Shanghai and Paris
Steinhardt Intersession and Summer Study Abroad
Steinhardt offers January Intersession and Summer study abroad options to upper-class undergraduates (students who have earned 64+ credits by the time the program begins) in a variety of academic fields. You will earn 4-6 credits while you immerse yourself in a topic and a place for three weeks or more. Pursue individual research in a global context. Meet leaders in your field. Attend performances, visit museums, encounter historical sites as you gain global exposure in an intensive format.
Full list of programs.
Graduate Students and Professionals
Intersession Study Abroad, January/Spring Break
Earn course credit in an intensive, global format. Taken in January or March (spring break), these graduate-level courses count toward spring course load and tuition, and any financial aid you receive in spring will apply to these courses. Flights, housing and activity fees are additional costs. Open to all NYU graduate students. Please consult with your academic advisor on how these courses may be allocated in your program of study.
Summer Study Abroad
NYU Steinhardt offers nearly 20 summer study abroad programs on four continents. These 6-12 credit courses ranging from a survey of Italian cuisine and the Mediterranean diet in Florence, Italy, to the study of media and globalization in Hong Kong and Beijing, China. Programs are open to graduate students from all schools of NYU, visiting graduate students from other universities, and working professionals.