NYU Steinhardt offers a variety of short-term, credit-bearing study abroad opportunities in January and over Spring Break. Participants immerse themselves in a new context, culture, and academic perspective.
These intensive January or Spring Break study abroad courses are immersive, credit-bearing experiences and offer students the opportunity to add an intercultural perspective to their graduate degree. Courses are open to graduate students at all NYU schools and most are open to senior-level undergraduates with permission of the instructor. Non NYU graduate students and professionals holding a bachelor's degree or higher are also welcome to apply.
January 2024 Programs
Discover the "third spaces" between formal institutions and explore the ways in which they are sites of pedagogy and artistic activism.
Examine the complex factors affecting food, nutrition, and health practices in Cuba through hands-on experiences and meetings with local experts.
This January, gain a deeper understanding of the meaning of culture and its relationship to language.
Join your classmates in Tel Aviv for two weeks this January. Students will experience the varied cultural aspects of service delivery in an Israeli context.
Learn how to teach, create, and perform dance and to build community – through the lens of another culture.
This course examines literature and research findings for evidence that supports the treatment of children and youth with autism in a variety of settings.
Learn to make music business expansion plans for all sizes and types of music companies in a global context by applying market-trend data, sensitivity to local cultures, and knowledge of a wide range of music.
Within London’s urban environment, this workshop uses monuments and museums as archives for active learning to ask such questions as: who is remembered in public spaces, who is forgotten, and how?
Spring Break 2024 Programs
Travel to Rio de Janeiro to study the Theatre of the Oppressed, a system of games, techniques, and exercises for using theatre as a vehicle for personal and social change in partnership with local practitioners.
Explore Ghana's higher education system as a case study through a deep dive into the local educational context.
Using Italy as a case study, this course examines parenting views and practices at different points in children’s development, from various theoretical perspectives, and through a cultural lens.
California enrolls 25% of all community college students in the U.S. and has recently enacted major educational policy changes, making it an ideal context to examine the organization and objectives of two-year colleges.
Compare and contrast the Creative and Cultural Industries in the US and UK from the perspective of non-profit arts leaders, government officials, and cultural entrepreneurs.