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Gallatin students may take advantage of several forms of global learning. Whether they spend three weeks in India as part of a Gallatin travel course or an entire semester in Paris studying French literary movements, Gallatin students return to NYU's Washington Square campus with expanded academic and cultural horizons. To learn more, contact the Gallatin Office of Global Programs and:

  • Come to a Study Away Info Session
    Spring 2017: Room 601 at 1 Washington Place, Gallatin Building
    • Tuesday, Feb. 7 ~ 12:30-1:30 PM (general info session)
    • Thursday, Feb. 9 ~ 12:30-1:30 PM (financial aid)
  • See the video above and additional videos for student and NYU site director perspectives on studying away, financial aid and support, and building community away.
  • Read students' blogs about their reflections on Gallatin travel courses and summer fellowships abroad.

See below for details on study away opportunities, eligibility and financial aid for study away, and other Gallatin Global initiatives.

Study Away Opportunities

Eligibility for Study Away

In general, students should have a minimum 3.0 GPA and no Incomplete marks on their records. Gallatin first-year students are not permitted to spend a semester away, though some NYU short-term programs may be available to them (see program specifications for details). Transfer and graduate students may not study away in their first semester at Gallatin, and second-semester seniors are greatly discouraged from doing so. For more information about eligibility, contact the Gallatin Office of Global Programs.

Financial Aid

Students are advised to search and apply early for financial aid, if needed. See our Financial Aid for Study Away page for opportunities.

Gallatin Global Initiatives

Gallatin offers additional opportunities for students to engage on a global scale, in New York and beyond. Each year, Gallatin hosts several Global Faculty in Residence, visiting faculty members who share their international perspectives on pressing social, political, and intellectual issues. Students may also apply for Gallatin Global Fellowships and other Gallatin funding opportunities that support research and study away.

Contact Info

NYU Gallatin Office of Global Programs
411 Lafayette St., 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003
1 (212) 998-7133 phone
1 (212) 995-4265 fax

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