NYU Shanghai students have the opportunity to take January Term (J-term) or summer courses in NYU's global network.
- J-term/Summer sessions do NOT count as study away semesters.
- Tuition for J-term or summer session courses is charged in addition to tuition for spring and fall semesters;
- Typically, financial aid is not available for J-terms or summer sessions.
Contact your academic advisor for hold clearance in order to register for J-term or summer courses.
To discuss your visa needs, please contact the Shanghai mobility team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
January Term Opportunities Abroad
Each January, NYU offers 3-week intensive courses at some of NYU’s global locations. Students can register for one 4-credit OR two 2-credit J-term courses. Please visit NYU’s January Term website to explore J-term opportunities abroad.
Summer Opportunities Abroad
Students can register for two summer sessions and two courses at maximum in each session.
Please note that non-US citizens may need to obtain a student visa in order to take summer courses in New York, and must enroll in a minimum of 6 credits.
NYU New York College of Arts and Science (CAS) Global Course Offerings -- summer courses in countries around the world
Tandon Undergraduate Summer Research -- 10 weeks of summer research internships with mentorship from Tandon facult
SOCS-SHU 310 Summer Practicum Course -- the Summer Practicum Course allows non-US citizens to participate in full-time internship or full-time on campus research in the United States
Summer Opportunities at Tel Aviv University -- Students who study over the summer at Tel Aviv University may transfer one 3-credit course to their NYU Shanghai degree as a general elective if they meet the following criteria: