Steinhardt offers senior-level undergraduate students the opportunity to study abroad for 2–6 weeks during January, spring break, or summer by opening a select number of graduate-level global courses to upper-level NYU undergraduate students. These courses immerse students in a focused academic topic taught by NYU Steinhardt faculty.
For January study abroad courses, NYU Steinhardt undergraduates must have senior standing (completed at least 96 earned credits) at the time of their application. For summer programs, students should have completed at least 80 credits at the time they apply and must have earned 96+ credits by the study abroad course start date except for the Art and Ideas programs listed below, which are open to all undergraduates. Students of all NYU schools (Gallatin, CAS, Tisch, Stern, Global Liberal Studies) are welcomed to apply but should consult with their academic advisers on school policies for taking graduate-level courses. Non-NYU undergraduates are not eligible to apply to Steinhardt intensive study abroad programs.
Eligible undergraduate students review application instructions for January, spring break, and summer short-term study abroad programs.