Want to experience another culture and also get some academic credit this summer? Check out these NYU Grad courses being offered abroad!
Study Abroad with NYU Graduate Courses
Through graduate-level summer study abroad programs, you can earn 3 to 6 academic credits toward your degree while studying in a global immersion course with NYU faculty. Several schools of NYU offer graduate-level courses abroad, and we invite you to explore and discuss them with your academic advisor for approval.
Below you will see a list of courses organized by location. The links will take you to the specific information about the course, as well as the application procedures, deadlines, costs and any available scholarships. You will work directly with the school-based office that offers your program of choice, and they can answer your questions directly.
Space is limited and some programs fill early. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to add an intensive, unforgettable global component to your graduate degree.
NYU Graduate Courses Abroad, Summer 2015
Argentina: Buenos Aires
Advocacy and Education, Steinhardt, August 1 to 15
Art Therapy, Steinhardt, May 31 to June 20
Cross-Cultural Counseling, Steinhardt, May 31 to June 20
Urbanization and Sustainable Development in a Transition Economy, Wagner, May 31 to June 12
Urbanization and Social Development in China, Silver, July 11 – 22
Shanghai and Hong Kong
Intercultural Perspectives on Teaching and Learning, Steinhardt, June 28 to July 18
Cuba: Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad
Global Perspectives in Higher Education, Steinhardt, May 24 to June 6
Czech Republic: Prague
Summer Intensive in Tourism and Hospitality, School of Professional Studies, May 24 to May 31. Please contact Sharr Prohaska at 212-998-9109 for additional details.
Leading Global Organizations, School of Professional Studies, May 31 to June 13
Literacy Teaching and Learning: Effective Schools for Cosmopolitan Democracies, Steinhardt, July 5 to July 25
Global Food Cultures, Steinhardt, May 31 to June 14
Practice with Families: Comparative Approaches, Silver School of Social Work, May 31 to June 8
Topics in Globalization: Cultural Imaginaries and Media of Place and Space, Steinhardt, June 14 to July 2
Art and Ideas: Public Art Spaces, Steinhardt, July 26 to August 8
Summer Intensive in Tourism, Hospitality and Sports Management, School of Professional Studies, June 1 to June 7. Please contact Sharr Prohaska at 212-998-9109 for additional details.
Education and Diversity: Comparative Perspectives, Steinhardt, July 5 to July 25
Accra, Cape Coast, Tamale and Kumasi
Hunger and Food Security in a Global Perspective, Wagner, May 30 to June 18
Greek Drama, GSAS, June 20 to August 1
Kodály Summer Institute, Steinhardt, July 6 to July 24
Community Engaged Theatre, Steinhardt, June 27 to July 18
History, Literature, Politics and Society, Graduate School of Arts and Science, July 4 to August 15
Italian Renaissance, Art, and Literature: The Culture Explosion, Gallatin, June 7 to June 27
Italian Cuisine and the Mediterranean Diet, Steinhardt, May 28 to June 12
Complex Health and Social Welfare Issues: The Case of Unaccompanied Minors in the U.S., Silver School of Social Work, May 25 to June 14
Netherlands, Bosnia and Serbia: The Hague, Sarajevo and Belgrade
War Crimes Prosecution in the former Yugoslavia: The Pitfalls and Promise of International Justice, School of Professional Studies, May 22 to June 6
South Africa: Cape Town
Community Health: A Society in Transition, Global Institute of Public Health, July 2 to July 31
Cape Town and Pretoria
Education and Social Reform, Steinhardt, July 8 to August 5
Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Communicative Sciences and Disorders, Steinhardt, May 25 to June 30
International Organizations: A Focus on the UN in Geneva, SPS, June 24 to July 4
Vietnam: Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam/ASEAN field intensive, SPS, May 22 to May 30