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At home, across the world

Global Experiences

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.

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New Global Requirement

Starting with first-years entering fall 2023, students will be required to complete one Global Experience through select NYU and Stern programs. NYU Stern is committed to making a Global Experience accessible for all students with demonstrated financial need.

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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. This opportunity is open to all NYU Stern sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

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International Business Exchange

Spend a semester studying at another one of the world's top business schools. With 17 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.

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Short-Term Immersions

Stern’s Short-Term Immersions combine semester-long coursework completed at our New York City campus with a short-term trip to a location in the U.S. or other country to enrich the academic experience. Recent courses have explored business and culture in Singapore, Costa Rica, and Ghana.

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Alumni Voices

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."