University of the Sciences and New York University's (NYU) Study Abroad Program have an articulation agreement that enables eligible USciences students to study at NYU campuses in these locations:
- Accra, Ghana
- Berlin, Germany
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Florence, Italy
- London, England
- Madrid, Spain
- Paris, France
- Prague, the Czech Republic
- Shanghai, China
International education is a long-standing part of New York University’s global mission, which includes a wide range of initiatives both in the United States and abroad to facilitate the exchange of knowledge. NYU’s tradition of enabling students to study outside of the United States began in 1958 with the founding of NYU Madrid. Since then, NYU’s offerings of international opportunities has expanded rapidly through the fully staffed Global Academic Centers which are located in some of the world's most dynamic cities.
The Education Abroad Office offers students assistance in choosing and planning a study abroad experience that best fits their academic and cultural interests. Students who are interested in Education Abroad Programs are encouraged to meet with a staff member early in their academic career at the University.
- With careful planning, students can study abroad for a semester and not delay graduation.
- NYU’s Global Academic Center in London offers the science courses usually taken by second-year University of the Sciences students.
- Courses are treated as University of the Sciences courses and both credits and grades appear on students' transcripts.
To learn more about NYU's Study Abroad Programs and site-specific information, please go directly to their website.
Short-term Education Abroad Programs
Each year various academic departments
organize Short-Term Education Abroad
Programs. Travel Study Courses allow
students to earn USciences credits in an
accelerated format abroad. Study Tour
Courses combine a traditional on-campus
course with a short period of travel (generally
less than two weeks) and are designed to
provide students with firsthand experience of
the subject they are studying. Although the
list of courses changes each year, in recent
years students have traveled to China,
England, France, Japan, Poland, Puerto Rico,
and the American Southwest.
For more information, contact:
Education Abroad Office
Whitecar Hall, Suite 2100