Eudora Okine

Eudora Okine

Eudora is an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions for NYU Abu Dhabi, reading applications from the U.S., the Caribbean and Sub-Saharan Africa. What she especially loves about her job is traveling around the world to meet prospective students and telling them about all the amazing opportunities that exist at NYU. She enjoys reading, cooking, and putting things in online carts she’ll probably never buy.
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Dos and Donʼts After You Submit Your Application

The hard part is over. You've submitted your application, and now you've just got to wait. Here are some dos and don'ts to help pass the time.

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Finding Your College Fit as an International Student

How do you figure out if a school is the right fit when you can’t visit? Check out Eudora’s tips for international students about how to approach the college search process.

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In and Of the City of Abu Dhabi

New York may be the city that never sleeps, but Abu Dhabi is a hub of culture, innovation, and entertainment that gives its sister city a run for its money.

NYU Abu Dhabi professor Jemima Frimpong.
A New Business Major Is Coming to NYU Abu Dhabi

NYU Abu Dhabi’s new major gets down to business.

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Study Abroad: Navigating Conversations About Your Decision

So you’ve decided to study abroad—in Shanghai or Abu Dhabi or at one of NYU’s First Year Away sites.

Student ambassadors in the NYU Bonomi Family Admissions Center.
Deferring Enrollment? Read This First

Before you request to defer enrollment, letʼs talk about why this might be one of the most important times in history to get a college education.

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Between Now and Then: What to Do After ED I Admission

Hereʼs what’s next after the ED I admission release.

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So You Want to Talk About COVID-19 in Your Application

So you want to talk about COVID-19 in your application? See what to - and not to - do when it comes to addressing the impact of coronavirus.