At home, across the world
No other business school does global quite like NYU Stern does. With so many options, you're limited only by your ability to fit it into four years.
International Studies Program
Travel on your first international business trip with 200 of your classmates. ~100 percent of NYU Stern students graduate with at least one international academic experience through the hallmark International Studies Program. Combining a semester-long course, a five-day business trip over March break, the International Studies Program consistently ranks among NYU Stern students' favorite memories.Learn more
NYU Global Programs
Take advantage of the world’s first truly global university. With NYU’s 11 academic centers and three degree-granting campuses spread all over the globe, studying away has never been easier. You’ll take NYU classes with NYU professors and earn NYU credits no matter which location you choose. On average, about 50 percent of NYU Stern students spend at least one semester abroad during their undergraduate career. This opportunity is open to all NYU Stern sophomores, juniors, and seniors.Learn more
International Business Exchange
Spend a semester studying at another one of the world's top business schools. With 18 partner schools throughout Europe and Asia, NYU Stern students can earn liberal arts and business credits while exploring a new intellectual and cultural environment. IBEX is exclusively open to NYU Stern juniors and seniors.Learn more
The Short-Term Immersion Program combine coursework completed at our New York City campus with a short-term international travel to enrich the overall academic experience completed over either spring break or January or in March. Recent locations of study and travel include Abu Dhabi, India, and Ghana.Learn more
Sebastian Diaz Jaramillo (BS '18)
"I chose Prague because of my interest in Central and Eastern European history, political affairs, art, and culture. Studying at NYU Prague was an enriching experience. It helped me expand my global footprint, become more adaptable, open-minded, and culturally aware."