The NYU global network’s study away locations offer courses in local languages, history and cultures; academic lectures by distinguished faculty and local community leaders; opportunities for experiential learning; and co-curricular activities to explore the region, meet local students and residents, and use new language skills.
- Suggested GPA of 3.0 or higher; students with lower GPAs are encouraged to provide insight into their academic goals in a personal statement when applying for outbound study away.
- Students on probation are not eligible to study away.
- Chinese students are required to have completed 8 credits of English for Academic Purposes. International students are required to have completed Elementary Chinese II.
|The following process will help you plan your study away and choose the NYU global network study away location(s) that is best for you.|
|Step 1: Complete the Checklist for Study Away Considerations -- a guideline which will help you narrow down which location(s) fits your academic, professional, and personal goals.|
|Step 2: Attend Global Week -- a week of study away info sessions, during which you can also meet with the global programs team and hear about other students’ study away experiences.|
|Step 3: Complete the Study Away Decision Matrix to analyze your study away options.|
|Step 4: Consult with an academic advisor to finalize your study away decision.|
Study Away Pathways
Academic Advising has developed study away pathways for different majors to help students explore potential study away locations based on their academic interest. Each of the following study away pathways documents includes:
- Major course offerings at site.
- Two sample course plans -- one for students planning to study away beginning in spring semester of their sophomore year, and another for students planning to study away beginning in fall semester of their junior year.
- Other considerations to think about for each pathway.
- Business and Finance
- Business and Marketing
- Computer Science
- Computer Systems Engineering
- Data Science
- Electrical and Systems Engineering
- Global China Studies
- Honors Mathematics
- Interactive Media Arts
- Interactive Media and Business
- Neural Science
- Social Science