New York, New York, is the world capital of finance, communication, and culture.
It is comprised of distinct neighborhoods like Little Italy, Chinatown, and SoHo. NYU’s neighborhood is Greenwich Village, a calm oasis in an energetic city.
With its New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai campuses and academic centers worldwide, NYU is a truly global university.
NYU students enjoy extraordinary liberal arts curricula, research opportunities, and an extensive professional network in New York City and beyond.
NYU in New York City
New York City is an extension of NYU’s campus, home to world-class theater, dance, music, film, libraries, museums, and galleries. Studying here also gives you access to internships that complement your professional goals. NYU’s nearly half a million alumni worldwide and partnerships with corporations, government agencies, and social institutions help propel your career forward.
NYU Abu Dhabi
NYU Abu Dhabi blends global academic experiences with a liberal arts, sciences, and engineering curriculum. In Abu Dhabi, one of the world’s most dynamic cities, you will conduct research, volunteer, intern, and travel in the region and throughout NYU’s global network.
This liberal arts campus in China’s financial and commercial capital gives you access to Asia’s top companies, media outlets, and museums for class trips and professional opportunities. You’ll gain a humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences foundation before pursuing your major.
Global academic centers
You may also study away at one of NYU’s academic centers in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Sydney, Tel Aviv, or Washington, DC.
Admission to NYU is highly selective. The Admissions Committee evaluates each application based on many factors, including your academic record, a combination of standardized test scores, letters of evaluation, and your personal statements and essays. The committee also reviews your talents, personal attributes, and goals. For details, visit admissions.nyu.edu.