The University is continuing to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on future travel. In the event that travel is not possible, Steinhardt Global Affairs will work with faculty on a case-by-case basis to explore alternatives. January 2021 courses will take place in a remote instruction format. Please watch for further announcements regarding the application process for summer 2021 global courses.
NYU Steinhardt values the engagement with diversity and multiculturalism both here in New York City and abroad, philosophically as well as geographically. We work toward this goal by helping our students immerse themselves and flourish in new environments and cultures, as well as supporting faculty as they integrate global experiences into their research and scholarship.
Through face-to-face encounters and the creative use of technology, we cultivate intercultural perspectives and an appreciation for difference in the training of professionals, scholars, and practitioners in research, teaching, and artistic creation, across the fields of health, visual and performing arts, media, and education. We also provide leadership and strategic planning to ensure that appropriate administrative infrastructure and services are in place for faculty, international programs, students, scholars, and initiatives.
A variety of global opportunities are available to Steinhardt undergraduates, including semester- and short-term study abroad, honors programs, and more. Learn more about these opportunities and how they may satisfy your curricular requirements.
Steinhardt offers 30+ graduate study abroad courses and internships, taking place in January, spring break, and summer each year. In summer 2020, these courses took place in a remote format. Visit our graduate course listings to learn more about what is planned for 2021.
Explore a list of remote global learning opportunities being offered this January by Steinhardt Global Affairs.
Learn about the in-person learning options available to Steinhardt Graduate students through the Go Local program at NYU Shanghai.