As NYU students, you're already studying in one of the most exciting cities on the globe — but now, more than ever, journalism is an international profession. Because there are important stories everywhere just waiting to be told, we encourage all journalism students to participate in our Journalism Abroad programs before graduation.
In order to create the richest possible global experience for our students, we have created an array of exciting semester-long and summer programs and courses:
On occasion, NYU Journalism runs courses at other sites, such as Buenos Aires, Argentina; Madrid, Spain; London, England.
We currently offer versions of all undergraduate electives abroad, including Journalism & Society, Issues & Ideas, Journalism as Literature, Methods & Practice, Production & Publication, and Elective Reporting Topics.
We also offer journalism Internships in Prague, Accra, and Shanghai. All these classes count toward your degree.
For more specifics, take a look at recent course listings to see the variety of classes offered abroad.
Ideally, students will complete the first required classes (Investigating Journalism, Ethics & Law, and Journalistic Inquiry) here in New York before traveling, so any time junior year, and the first semester of senior year are the best times to go abroad. However, we can be flexible about these recommendations when necessary.
Be sure to mention your plans when you come in for advising.
That’s up to you. The semester programs, at NYU campuses abroad, offer many classes other than journalism. You’ll take a regular course load, perhaps choosing just one or two journalism classes. You’ll be taught by local faculty and have more time to get to know the city and country you’re visiting. We currently offer a full array of courses in Prague, with just a sampling in other cities. In the next few years, we hope to expand to other NYU Global campuses.
The summer programs are shorter, but more intensive. An NYU faculty member travels with you and directs the trip.
If you desire, you can choose both a semester-long program and a summer program.
You'll visit sites that will move and astound you, from the slave castles of Ghana's Cape Coast to Prague's Jewish cemetery, to Shanghai's famous Yuyuan Garden.
Most of all, wherever you travel, you’ll report. You’ll cover real stories in both print and broadcast formats. The best work from all study-abroad sites will be published on the Institute's website or distributed on NYU Livewire, our news service.
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