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Going Global: Together with NYU
International education is a long-standing part of New York University’s (NYU) global mission, and it’s a principle University of the Sciences shares.
That’s why we established an articulation agreement with NYU's Study Abroad Program, enabling eligible USciences students to study at NYU campuses in the following locations:
- Accra, Ghana
- Berlin, Germany
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Florence, Italy
- London, England
- Madrid, Spain
- Paris, France
- Prague, the Czech Republic
- Shanghai, China
Here to Help
The Education Abroad Office assists students in choosing and planning a study abroad experience that fits their academic and cultural passions. We encourage interested students to meet with a staff member early in their academic career to discuss their options.
Good to know:
- With careful planning, students can study abroad for a semester and remain on-target for graduation.
- NYU’s Global Academic Center in London offers the science courses usually taken by second-year USciences students.
- Courses are treated as USciences courses—credits and grades appear on students' transcripts.
- Summer programs are available for student who prefer a short-term experience.
Learn more about NYU's Study Abroad Programs.
Short-Term Education Abroad Programs
Each year, various academic departments organize short-term education abroad programs. These programs enable students to earn USciences credits abroad during a condensed, yet robust, experience. Designed to provide students with firsthand knowledge of the subject they are studying, each combines a traditional on-campus course with a short period of travel (generally fewer than two weeks). In the past, students have traveled to China, England, France, Japan, Poland and Puerto Rico.
Annual Global Seminar with Rosemont College
This short-term study abroad opportunity allows students to earn University credits in an accelerated format. Seminars are designed to provide students with first-hand experience of the subject they are studying. Although the destinations change each year, in recent years’ students have traveled to England, Ireland, and Scotland.
For more information, contact:
Education Abroad Office
Whitecar Hall, Suite 2100
Director, Study Abroad Program
University of the Sciences
600 South 43rd St. Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495