Study Abroad

Eshika, the author, looking at the New York City skyline at sunset.
I Had Many College Choices. Here’s Why I Picked NYU

A first-generation studentʼs college decision story: NYU wasnʼt my first choice, nor was it my second. I picked NYU because I didnʼt have to compromise.

Portrait of Aicha Hanne
From NYU Shanghai to NYU Florence—And Beyond

At NYU Shanghai, Aicha Hanne is living her childhood dream while carving a path toward the future.

Taylor Norman
Amplifying Voices: Native Studies at NYU

From her native Oklahoma to NYU Sydney, Taylor Norman sheds light on the struggle of Indigenous people.

Navigating Study Away

Interested in study away opportunities? Learn about all of the different programs and the benefits of each.

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Global Liberal Studies Puts the World at Her Fingertips

Isabel Schmieta has been able to study what she cares about firsthand—from wherever she is in the world.

Two students using desktop computers.
How to Stern: Go Beyond Business as Usual

At NYU Stern curriculum goes beyond the typical business school subjects, focusing on positive impact with a global perspective.

Waterway in London
NYU Students Are Back on Campus, Around the World

At NYU, safety is a top priority—but so is a great education. With NYU’s Go Local option, students across the globe can spend their Fall semester on campus, at the NYU location closest to their homes.

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Oh the Places You’ll Go! International Relations at NYU

Making the decision of what to study at NYU can be difficult. Read about why Sean decided to major in international relations.

Adu Dhabi campus
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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An NYU History Course That Looks to the Future

In this undergraduate history course, NYU students across the world look to history to understand the present—and find hope for the future.