January 2023 Undergraduate Offerings
Graduate Offerings Open to Eligible Undergraduates
Graduate Course Eligibility
Unless otherwise specified, students of all NYU schools are welcome to apply to a short-term study abroad course, provided they have senior standing (at least 96 credits) by the course start date. All students should consult their academic advisors to determine how the course will meet their degree requirements.
Non-NYU undergraduates are unfortunately not eligible to participate unless an undergraduate course number is listed for the course.
January and Spring Break 2023
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 January, gain a deeper understanding of the meaning of culture and its relationship to language.
This course is designed to provide graduate students in the helping and allied professions with an introduction to multicultural and cross-cultural counseling.
Learn how international development actors engage in their work, reflect on the importance of flexibility and context, and deepen your understanding of education and international development.
Explore facilitation, devising, and playwriting/adaptation, along with approaches to using dramatic activities to create a context for theatre work in collaboration with different groups and communities.
Explore Italian food and nutrition through historical, political, agricultural, culinary, and cultural lenses.
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.
Examine how social and educational reforms influence access and equity issues in education through discussions with professionals in the field and analyzing case studies.
Intern at the National Department of Education, a university, or a non-governmental organization this summer in South Africa.
Visit local markets, bakeries, and wholesale and retail outlets and hear from local experts as you explore how food traditions and heritage in Spain are being promoted at the national and global levels.
Learn how to teach, create, and perform dance and to build community – through the lens of another culture.
Examine perspectives on teaching and learning across diverse national borders around the world.
Spend two weeks exploring how art and fashion co-mingle in London’s innovative arts and culture programming.
Get in touch with the Office of Global Affairs by filling out our contact form. Submit your questions about study abroad opportunities, the admissions process, or upcoming events, and a Global Affairs representative will reach out with more information.Contact Form