• DSSgroup

    Over this year’s National Week break, eighteen student members of the Dean’s Service Corps and two staff members traveled to rural Henan province to work alongside the Chi Heng Foundation, an organization that supports children and families whose lives have been impacted by HIV and AIDS.

  • denzel

    "If you find yourself in disagreement, don’t resort to judgment," advises Denzel Tafadzwa Goredema, a junior and an economics major from Zimbabwe.

  • Orientation Week Q&A

    Fielding questions from a sea of curious freshmen, a panel of NYU Shanghai alumni shared insights on navigating internships and choosing careers beyond one’s major. Zeyu Zhao ‘17, Lathika Chandra Mouli ‘17 and Yuwei Wu ‘17, as well as Nan Zhao ‘18, Shiyu Chen ‘18 and Annie Seaman ‘18 returned to campus for a panel discussion hosted by the Career Development Center, and shared stories...

  • Meet with NYU Shanghai Alumni Chapter Leaders

    Stay in touch with the NYU Shanghai community by engaging in alumni events. Five chapter leaders are ready to serve you from all over the world!

  • Susie Yan

    Suxin Yan chose to divide her summer between an international NGO, a local start-up, and an independent research project on China’s live-streaming trend. Here’s what she learned.

  • Summer Internship Stories: Exploring Social Enterprise in China

    For social science major Liyuan Zhang ‘21, working for a Shanghai NGO was an eye-opening experience that got her thinking about the future model for non-profit organizations in China.

  • guggenheim_museum

    When Angelica Castro-Mendoza ‘19 accepted an internship with the interactive department at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, she had no idea what an enlightening experience it would be.

  • 2018 orientation all students

    Welcome, Class of 2022! Our student ambassadors have an amazing schedule planned for you. Here’s a sneak peek into some of the fun.

  • The constant hustle and bustle of Shanghai can be overwhelming at times, but as the city thrives on technological advancement, a series of helpful applications make it easy to navigate. Picked by sophomore students Ruiyu Jane Wang from Shanghai and Taylah Bland (who came from Australia not speaking a word of Chinese), here are some must-have apps to help make life in Shanghai a breeze.

  • From where to buy bedding to the best places to eat, discover the area around the Jinqiao Residence Hall with NYU Shanghai students Lauren, Ariel, Daria and Frederick.