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.
NYU Global Sites
Study at NYU's global academic centers, which offer NYU and Gallatin courses, including Gallatin's Global Fashion program. PRIORITY DEADLINES: Sept. 15 (Spring), Feb. 15 (Fall/year). Applying by these deadlines is highly encouraged.
Global Gallatin Courses
Take Gallatin undergraduate courses during the Fall and Spring semesters at NYU's global academic centers. Gallatin currently offers courses at all locations except for Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. <<<Photo credit ARomig>>>
Gallatin Travel Courses
Take a short-term discussion-based seminar led by Gallatin faculty in another country or region. Students experience each location hands-on with site visits. Offered during the Summer, J-Term, and Spring semester (with a spring break travel component). <<<Photo credit MStanley>>>
Other Travel Courses
Take a short-term course at another NYU school during the summer, January Term, or spring break. Offered by several NYU schools and global academic centers at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in many locations, domestic and abroad. <<<Image ©NYU Photo Bureau: Chi>>>
Take courses at NYU's partner schools in the US and abroad, earning NYU credit, paying NYU tuition, and retaining the NYU financial aid package. Applications require letters of recommendation and adviser approval.
Human Rights Fellowship
Apply for funding to pursue human rights-focused summer research and experiential learning projects. Open to all NYU undergraduates and specified graduate students.
Non-NYU Study Abroad
Study abroad outside NYU's global network. Approval must be obtained in advance for such international external study and is by no means guaranteed. Credit awarded is counted as transfer credit.
In general, students should have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and no Incomplete marks on their records. Additionally, Gallatin students in the categories below should note the following: