Immerse yourself this summer in a focused academic topic taught by NYU Steinhardt faculty. These courses count toward your summer course load.
Taken in January or during your spring break, these intensive, graduate-level study abroad courses count toward your Spring course load and tuition — any financial aid you receive for the Spring semester will apply
Intern Abroad opportunities are suspended in response to COVID-19. When it is safe for international internships to resume, NYU Steinhardt offers intensive summer internship placements in the fields of international education and higher education administration.
Explore a list of remote global learning opportunities being offered in Summer 2021 by Steinhardt Global Affairs.
Learn about the in-person learning options available to Steinhardt Graduate students through the Go Local program at NYU Shanghai.
Graduate students from other institutions and professionals who have earned a bachelor's degree or higher are welcome to participate in Steinhardt study abroad programs.
Visiting students should always consult with their academic advisor at their home institution to ensure that course numbers will transfer and satisfy degree requirements. Visiting students participating for credit may request an official transcript from the NYU Registrar upon program completion. However, NYU cannot guarantee that all credits earned will transfer to the student’s home institution or toward a future degree program. At this time, the Office of Global Affairs cannot accept non-NYU undergraduate students.
To speak with a Global Affairs representative regarding visiting student participation, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 212-992-9380.