Study Abroad

Paris, France, skyline.
A Low-Income Student’s Guide to Studying Away

Studying away should not be an unrealistic dream. Here are some study away tips from a low-income student.

Evening skyline of Madrid, Spain.
The Insider’s Guide to NYU Madrid

New York University’s oldest study away site has a lot to offer you. Read on to learn more about NYU Madrid from a student’s perspective!

A US Education in a Unique Location

Travel, culture, flexibility, opportunities. NYU students make this the foundation of their education. Find out what this unique location is all about!

Students in a classroom.
5 Things You Didnʼt Know About Being an NYU English Major

What can you do with a BA in English? At NYU, the answer is quite a lot.

Students with a Global Public Helath major combined with Nursing being taught by a professor how to use a stethoscope on a medical mannequin
13 Ways to Be a Global Public Health Major

At NYU, Global Public Health majors take the lessons of 2020 to heart, immersing themselves in the study of health across academic disciplines and national boundaries.

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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.

A person jumping on a sand dune.
How to Feel Confident About Being Adventurous

Feeling adventurous about your college experience but not confident about how to go about it? Here are some ways to figure it out.

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.