Gallatin's intensive travel courses are small, discussion-based seminars led by Gallatin faculty which are designed to provide a unique and in-depth exploration of a particular cultural or historical topic found within a foreign country or region. Students experience each location hands-on through visits to museums, galleries, and various sites of historical, cultural, and political significance.
For these courses, the School is looking for dedicated, inquisitive students who are eager to build a community with professors and fellow students while abroad. Students are encouraged to apply early since most programs are filled on a rolling basis and only completed applications are reviewed. Please note that courses vary from year to year.
To learn more about each course, including specific application requirements and tuition and fees, click on the course listings below.
Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be in good academic and disciplinary standing. Most Gallatin travel courses are open to undergraduate students of all NYU schools, and some are open to students outside NYU. Please see individual course sites for additional details regarding eligibility.
Gallatin Dean's Scholarship
Eligibility: Current Gallatin students and incoming Gallatin transfer students (Gallatin admission must be confirmed) who apply to Gallatin January Term and Summer travel courses. Students must have good academic standing and must have a current FAFSA on file and show unmet financial need.
The amount awarded is typically equivalent to full course tuition. For more information and to apply, see the scholarship section of the relevant Gallatin travel course application.
Priority Deadline for Summer 2016: February 1
Other Financial Aid Opportunities
For information on other opportunities, including NYU Summer Financial Aid (which requires summer enrollment in at least 6 credits), please visit the NYU Office of Financial Aid webpage.
Open to NYU students only. Gallatin will not offer a travel course during January 2016. To learn about past years' courses that might be offered again in coming years, see below.
Open to NYU students only. Students attend a spring semester course at NYU's Washington Square campus focusing on a global matter and travel to the relevant country during Spring Break. Click on the course links below for details and more information on eligibility. Apply online by October 26.
|Charles Dickens' Victorian London: Fictions of Urbanization (IDSEM-UG 1874)||Washington Square/London, England ||Murphy||4 credits||March 13-20|
|James Joyce and Interdisciplinary Modernism (IDSEM-UG 1743) ||Washington Square/Dublin, Ireland||Erickson ||4 credits ||March 13-20|
Open to NYU and non-NYU students. Click on the course links below for details and more information on eligibility. Apply online by February 1 (priority for Gallatin Dean's Scholarship, Gallatin students only); March 1 (final).
|Postcolonial Urbanisms: Development, Environment, & Social Movements in Senegal (TRAVL-UG 9801)||Dakar, Saint Louis, & Touba, Senegal||Fredericks ||4 credits||May 24-June 15 (3 weeks)|
|Berlin, Capital of Modernity (TRAVL-UG 9500)||Berlin, Germany||Hornick, Smoler||4 credits||June 4-July 1 (4 weeks)|
Italian Renaissance, Art and Literature: The Culture Explosion, TRAVL-GG2060
Mirabella. 4 credits. Florence, Italy
Hawai'i: Island Science, TRAVL-UG 9050
Stanley. 4 credits. Hawai'i, USA
Madrid: Faces of the Changing European City, TRAVL-UG 9350
Baiocchi. 4 credits. Madrid, Spain
Dickens' Jurisdictions: Bleak House and the Social and Legal Worlds of Nineteenth-Century London, TRAVL-UG 9125
Murphy. 4 credits. London, England
Black in the City of Light, TRAVL-UG/GG 9301
Priest. 4 credits. Paris, France
Buenos Aires: In and of the City, TRAVL-UG 9400
Dinwiddie, McMeley. 4 credits. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Prague: Design as Performance, TRAVL-UG 9250
Horton. 4 credits. Prague, Czech Republic
Africa and the Politics of Aid, TRAVL-UG 9800
Polyné. 4 credits. Accra, Ghana
Machiavelli's Florence: Political and Cultural Resonances, TRAVL UG-9600
Shulman. 4 credits. Florence, Italy
Office of Global Programs
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Sara Murphy’s research and teaching interests include literature and philosophy, critical theory, feminist and gender studies, and 19th-century literary cultures. …
NYU offers unparalleled opportunities for students from NYU and other accredited US universities and colleges to expand their educational experiences with an integrated, international curricular experience. As you move with ease between locations within NYU's global network, you may find yourself spending a semester in Buenos Aires and from there going to Berlin for another.