Members of the NYU Shanghai Class of 2024 moved into our residence halls this week. About 500 students from 38 countries are expected to enroll as first-year students this fall. With COVID-19 border and travel restrictions still in place, most of our international students will study remotely until permission can be secured for their entry into China.
NYU Shanghai is part of the NYU Global Network of degree-offering campuses around the world. Register for an information session here. Then, speak with us during a virtual coffee chat, or check out our student-led tour to see our campus for yourself!
Doctoral candidates will leverage NYU’s world class resources to study societal issues in China.
New full-time faculty hail from 10 countries and span 20 academic fields
Wu Xiaogang assumed his role as Director of the Center for Applied Social and Economic Research this fall.
500 new first year students from 38 countries and 29 Chinese provinces joined the NYU Shanghai family this week.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak last winter, Scheen has been staying with her parents in her hometown of Delft--a university town that has changed little since the 1500s. In a video call from her mother’s study, Scheen shared stories of daily life in herRead more
"I realized I was learning so much more outside the classroom in Shanghai than I would ever have learned at a regular US university."Read more
James Yang Zhi, M.A. ‘20 founded his own English education company while getting his M.A in TESOL.Read more
“I would choose the word ‘open’ to summarize my four years at NYU Shanghai.” says Bogdanowicz.Read more
"I’ve built a connection with these places and want to find a way to give back," says Audrey Samuel '20.Read more
When she graduated as part of the first class of NYU Shanghai graduates in May 2017, Wang Ying ’17 never imagined that she would one day be working round the clock to find and buy lifesaving supplies to send to the front lines of a pandemic.Read more
Designing everything from puzzles for the visually-impaired to digital art inspired by a swivel chair.Read more
NYU Shanghai faculty members take on pressing problems that have transcended national borders in COVID-19's wake.Read more