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Why Choose NYU Abu Dhabi?

Mohamed Alhosani has lived in the UAE his entire life and wanted to see the world. At NYU Abu Dhabi, he found the academic reputation he was seeking paired with a global outlook.

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Middle and High School Students STEP into STEM at NYU

NYU’s Science and Technology Entry Program gives middle and high school students from groups who are under-represented in the field an edge in STEM.

Students working together in a physics lab.
Club Spotlight: Society of Physics Students

Anyone interested in physics can join the NYU chapter of the Society of Physics Students. Here, you’ll find community, mentorship, and plenty of science.

Portrait of Computer Science major Alia ElKattan. There are various tech parts behind her.
A Computer Science Major Aims for Maximum Social Impact

NYU Abu Dhabi Computer Science major Alia ElKattan focuses her education on finding responsible solutions to societal issues.

Beamlak Hailemariam posing in front of crop rows.
NYU Tandon Gave Beamlak Hailemariam a Community

The 2019 alumnus built more relationships and discovered more opportunities than he could’ve imagined.

NYU student assisting during Hackathon.
Creativity Thrives at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Campus

At the NYU Tandon School of Engineering campus, students have access to resources to make their ideas and projects come to life.

Students attending an engineering event.
Women @ Tandon: Propelling Women in STEM Forward

Promoting gender inclusivity with an eye on changing the industry.

Microscopic view of a “Gossypium hirsutum” (upland cotton) stem.
The Beauty of Biology

Find your niche as you discover what makes life possible.

A skyline of New York City.
The NYU Monthly Roundup: February 2020

The NYU Monthly Roundup is a highlight of what’s happening in this community, from research and outreach to exhibits and awards.

A group of students wearing shirts that represent the STEMinist club.
Club Spotlight: STEMinist

STEMinist empowers students to combat sexism in STEM fields and everyday life.