Study away this summer, immersing yourself in a focused academic topic taught by NYU Steinhardt faculty. These global programs are open to graduate students at all NYU schools, and most are open to senior-level undergraduates with the permission of the instructor. Students at other universities and professionals are also welcome to apply. Consult with your academic advisor on how summer study abroad may be allocated in your program of study.
This course analyzes the emergence and impact of race- and social-class-based affirmative action policies in Brazil, placing the Brazilian situation in the context of contemporary debates about equity and higher education.
Study the art of recording live music in Prague, the vibrant Eastern European home to world-class musicians, famous concert halls, churches, and the film music recording industry.
Adventure through the streets of Paris learning about local cuisine, culture and history.
Examine intercultural perspectives on teaching and learning in Berlin, one of the world’s most diverse and dynamic metropolises.
This course explores policies and trends in visual and performing arts administration in major European markets.
Using Accra as a case study, this course focuses on the practical questions of international development, while also considering how our practical experience and observations relate to normative and theoretical questions in international development and education as well as broader empirical study.
Forge connections with local communities in Florence this summer as you practice hands-on art therapy training.
This multidisciplinary course will explore the complexity of a wide range of issues related to food, nutrition, culture, health, and agriculture in Italy.
Examine South Africa’s post-apartheid social and educational reforms.
Learn speech and language science best practices this summer in Sweden, a country known for its state-of-the-art approaches.
Learn about socialized health care, education, access and public transportation, and social welfare for individuals with disabilities in London.
Immerse yourself in the study of drama in education and theatre for young audiences in London.
Discover how diversity has impacted teaching and learning in British schools, in comparison to those in America.