A College of Arts and Science student may submit an interest form to study away for one semester or a full academic year at NYU Abu Dhabi or NYU Shanghai (degree-granting portal campuses); at an NYU global academic center; or through NYU’s international exchange program. Students may contact the Office of Global Programs (383 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, 10003-4170; 212-998-4433; www.nyu.edu/studyaway) for information on study away options. For specific details about summer study away, visit www.nyu.edu/summer/abroad/cas.
All CAS students must consult their academic adviser in the College Advising Center (726 Broadway, 7th floor; 212-998-8130), or, if they have already declared a major, in their department, for detailed and tailored advice and approval of a specific course of study away from Washington Square. Before students can register for study away courses, their adviser must sign off on the course work they will complete.
Note. Some study away courses bearing the suffixes –UH (NYU Abu Dhabi) and –SHU (NYU Shanghai) are approved not to count against each CAS student’s 16-point allowance in the other schools of NYU. In addition, some of these courses are also approved to count toward a CAS major or minor, either as a course equivalent or as a major/minor elective. Students should check with their adviser and view course descriptions at the NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai websites.
However, no –UH or –SHU courses can count toward the 64 credits that internal or external transfer students are required to complete in CAS (–UA) courses, even if they are accepted toward a CAS major or minor.
Students interested in studying away must submit an online interest form at www.nyu.edu/studyaway. Please note the fall and spring semester application deadlines at this website. Students are encouraged to plan ahead and apply early, as some programs fill quickly. Students should confirm their eligibility to participate at the Global Programs Office web page.
Requests are processed and reviewed by the Office of Global Programs, as well as by the Office of the Associate Dean for Students in CAS. In some cases, a study away program may not be appropriate for a student due to issues with academic and disciplinary standing and/or progress to degree. Notification letters are sent directly to the applicant with instructions for registration and obtaining a student visa; pre-departure arrangements; and orientation information.
CAS students who wish to study away in a non-NYU program must petition the Office of the Associate Dean for Students in writing and give an academic justification for choosing the program. These students must work closely with their CAS and departmental advisers to plan the courses they will take while studying away. After the petition is reviewed, the student will receive notification of the decision. For further information, contact the Office of the Associate Dean for Students (726 Broadway, 7th floor; 212-998-8140).
STUDY AWAY OPTIONS THROUGH NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
CAS students may spend a semester or academic year away at NYU’s degree-granting portal campuses as a visiting student (please consult the portals' websites for further information):
- NYU Abu Dhabi
- NYU Shanghai
They may also choose to study away for a semester or more at one of NYU’s global academic centers (please consult http://www.nyu.edu/studyaway for further information):
- NYU Accra
- NYU Berlin
- NYU Buenos Aires
- NYU Florence
- NYU London
- NYU Los Angeles
- NYU Madrid
- NYU Paris
- NYU Prague
- NYU Sydney
- NYU Tel Aviv
- NYU Washington, DC
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGES
College of Arts and Science students may study away for a semester or an academic year at outstanding universities in other countries through exchange partnerships arranged between NYU and select institutions. Many of the universities in the NYU International Exchange Program offer courses in English, while some require fluency in the language of the host country.
For an up-to-date list of the exchange partners and to learn more about course offerings, language requirements, and application process, visit www.nyu.edu/global-programs/exchange.
- Bocconi University (Milan, Italy; preference given to CAS economics majors)
- Freie University (Berlin, Germany)
- Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)
- University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands)
- University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
- University of Stockholm (Sweden)
- University of Vienna (Austria)
- Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Santiago, Chile)
- Nagoya University (Nagoya, Japan)
- Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan)
- Yonsei University (Seoul, S. Korea)
CAS students who enroll through the exchange program remain matriculated at NYU, pay NYU tuition, and receive financial aid as if they were attending classes at Washington Square. Students may only apply for the exchange after consulting with, and receiving the approval of, their academic adviser. For further information, please consult www.nyu.edu/global-programs/exchange and contact the College of Arts and Science Advising Center, 726 Broadway, 7th floor; 212-998-8130. Students may also send queries to email@example.com.
CAS DEAN'S OPPORTUNITY FUND
The College of Arts and Science offers need-based financial assistance for CAS students admitted to any NYU-sponsored fall or spring study away program. Please consult https://cas.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/cas/funding-opportunities/deans-opportunity-fund.html for application details and deadlines.