Global Notebook is a biannual online magazine for students who are considering studying abroad.

After two years of uncertainty, NYU study away is making an exciting comeback. Students are able to study at most of the locations in NYU’s network and many are filling up for fall 2022. As with any extended hiatus, the comeback isn’t always the same as the original—in our case it’s even better! Read on to learn more.

Academics

Courses in a variety of subject areas and special programs fulfill graduation requirements

A New Partnership Down Under: NYU Sydney Finds a Home at University of Sydney

Starting fall 2022, students take courses at the historic University of Sydney with its peaceful campus and stunning quadrangle lawns.

The Return of Summer Study Away

Our academic centers in Washington, DC, Tel Aviv, and Los Angeles are among several NYU locations that offer short term programs over the summer.

NYU Named Gilman Top Producing Institution in 2021

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program helps students of limited financial means study away.

NYU Anthropology and Journalism Student Lands Internship at Haaretz

A CAS student who is an explorer by nature gets his stories published before he graduates.


Student Life

Students enrich their study abroad experience by engaging with the local culture of their host cities

Exploring Your Home Away from Home

Extracurricular activities and regional travel in and around NYU’s host cities give context and meaning to students’ global experiences.

To Go Green, Go to NYU Florence

NYU Florence shows its commitment to sustainability by growing its own food for student consumption.

Standing Strong with Ukraine

How NYU Prague students are supporting their neighbors


Community

Students and faculty from within the NYU global community are making an impact

A Social Research and Public Policy Major on a Mission to Connect the World

Cameron John Wehr is traveling the globe to build community through communication

Staff Spotlight: Kari Miller, Program Director, NYU Washington, DC

The new program director shares how studying away gives students lifelong connections.