Live and study in the world’s business centers
|Year ||Fall Semester ||Spring Semester|
|Freshman||New York||New York|
|Junior||Shanghai or Washington, DC||New York|
|Senior||New York||New York|
London Quick Facts
- London is one of the most diverse and culturally mixed cities in the world
- The people of London are generally approachable and helpful with directions or recommendations
- The NYU European travel destinations include Paris, Rome, Prague, Amsterdam, and Madrid
- The weather in London is very unpredictable, so always be prepared with a waterproof jacket and an umbrella
- Students at NYU London will live in the Bloomsbury area of London, known as the literary capital
Shanghai Quick Facts
- Shanghai is the largest city in China and also its economic center
- Chinese people are very interested in foreigners and pay more attention to foreign strangers than local strangers
- The NYU Chinese travel destinations include Beijing, Chengdou, Hangzhou, and Stone Forest
- The weather in Shanghai is similar to weather in New York - hot in the summer and cold in the winter
- Whenever you go shopping in China, you have to bargain for what ever you are buying.
Washington, DC Quick Facts
- Washington, DC, is home to 174 embassies, the headquarters of international policy-making bodies, and the seat of the US federal government.
- Walking is one of the best ways to get around DC, since the city is actually rather small and flat. In addition, you can rent a bicycle, or take the metro or bus.
- There are three major airports that service the Washington, DC area (Reagan National Airport [DCA]. Baltimore-Washington International Airport [BWI], Washington Dulles International Airport [IAD])
- While at the Washington, DC campus, students receive a Library of Congress Reader Identification Card, allowing them to access the holdings of the largest library on earth.
- The NYU Washington, DC campus is just steps away from Capitol Hill, the White House, the World Bank, national embassies, and the Supreme Court