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.
These intensive January or spring break, graduate-level study abroad courses count toward your course load and financial aid for those terms.
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 students and professionals holding a bachelor's degree or higher are also welcome to apply.
January 2023 Programs
Learn about major theoretical, technological, and sociological threads linking popular music and networked communications systems and media, with an emphasis on key international and diasporic markets.
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.
Study food systems and culture in the broader Southern California region through the lenses of race, socioeconomic status, gender, geography, politics, and economics.
This 12-day study trip is designed to examine Turkey (Türkiye)'s colleges and universities through site visits and meetings with students, faculty, college leaders, and policy researchers.
Learn how to teach, create, and perform dance and to build community – through the lens of another culture.
Spring Break 2023 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.
This course is designed to provide graduate students in the helping and allied professions with an introduction to multicultural and cross-cultural counseling.
Students will examine the intersectionality of race, gender, religion, and other aspects of culture and discover how they can use their knowledge of culture to become better clinicians.
Creative and Cultural Industries have grown rapidly over the past 15 years attracting the attention of non-profit arts leaders, government officials, and cultural entrepreneurs.
Explore four hundred years of African-American food and nutrition, from the 1600s through the present day.
Develop your understanding of knowledge mobilization and implement strategies to improve evidence-based policy, practice, and research utilization.
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