Students in the International Education program are passionate about international work, and New York City is the perfect backdrop to make meaningful contributions. On a typical day, you can find International Education Master's students working with refugees at the Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Office, creating intercultural exchanges at One To World or helping undergraduates have the experience of a lifetime at the NYU Global Programs Office.
Doctoral students work closely with faculty members on interdisciplinary research projects and conduct fieldwork in New York City schools, social services organizations and NGOs. On campus, students can attend a myriad of events focused on education, policy and internationalism, and partner with local organizations to host career development programs through the International Education Student Board.
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The International Education Student Board (IESB) is a board of International Education graduate students who are committed to creating both social and professional events for the International Education student body.