MCC in Paris

The Bachelor of Science in Media, Culture, and Communication (MCC) at NYU Steinhardt provides students with a sophisticated understanding of the sociological, political, and cultural aspects of media and technology.

Through our new MCC in Paris program, students wanting to major in MCC will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in one of the global capitals of art, media, fashion, and culture, gaining cultural fluency for a wide variety of career paths.

‚Ä®Students will take a customized set of courses taught by MCC faculty at NYU Paris, located in the heart of the city’s thriving Latin Quarter. Coursework will be complemented with field trips to sites throughout the city.

What the Program Offers
  • A tailored and personalized entry into the MCC program
  • Smaller cohorts to foster student and faculty connections
  • MCC core seminars taught by a full-time MCC faculty member
Who Is Eligible?
  • External transfers for the Fall term only
  • Freshmen who are admitted to NYU for a Spring term start
Who Should Apply?
  • Students with a curiosity for global study and language immersion, who are specifically interested in studying media and communication from an international and comparative perspective.
What Will Students Study in Paris?
External Transfers to MCC, Fall term (Total Credits: 16-18)

Freshmen Admitted to Start in Paris in the Spring term (Total Credits: 16-18)

What Is the Application Process?
External Transfer Students 
  • External students should apply via undergraduate admissions by April 1 for the Fall semester, using the Common Application. Consult the admissions website.
  • Applicants must choose MCC as the intended major on the Common Application and NYU will follow up to determine interest in MCC Paris. 
  • Our capacity to enroll students transferring to MCC in New York is quite small. The large majority of spaces for external transfer into MCC are made available to those starting the major in Paris.
Freshmen
  • Freshmen Spring admits will be invited to participate in this special opportunity. 
What is NYU Paris?

In 1969 New York University’s Department of French Literature, Thought and Culture created an opportunity for NYU students to spend time perfecting their French language skills while studying in France. That opportunity is now NYU’s four floor academic facility located in the Latin Quarter -- one of the most popular areas for university students in Paris.

At the NYU Paris center a full-time administrative staff coordinate the academic program (courses, lectures, and co-curricular trips). Courses are taught by leading local academics, scholars, artists, writers, and professionals who are appointed by the academic department from the New York campus. Courses and grades earned at NYU Paris appear on NYU’s transcript and are counted toward the student’s grade point average.

Approximately 250 students are enrolled at NYU Paris each semester. All students are assigned housing by NYU in either a residence hall or in a home with local Parisians. Tuition in Paris is the same as tuition New York.