Why Study Abroad?
Studying away at one of NYU’s many global sites affords students the invaluable opportunity to experience the discipline of history in an alternative academic and cultural setting. Studying away can open doors to the discovery of unexpected areas of interest, as well as provide new insight about already established historical perspectives and research topics.
Where Can I Go?
The History Department is committed to offering courses at the majority of sites within NYU's global network, so that our majors can progress towards their degree no matter their chosen location.
What Courses Are Offered Abroad? (Visit each website for a course list per semester)
Urbanism and Modernity: Paris, Istanbul, Berlin - HIST-AD 117
Made in China - HIST-AD 140
"How to Save Africa?" - HIST-AD 153
Colonial Latin America and the Atlantic World - HIST-AD 156
Arts and Politics in Modern Latin America (1780 to the present) - HIST-AD 158
Cocoa and Gold: Ghana's Development in Global Perspective - HIST-UA 9572
Europe's Dream of America/America's Dream of Europe - HIST-UA 9938
Comparative Modern Societies: Politics and Society in 20th Century Germany - HIST-UA 9133
Berlin's Modern History & Culture: A European Perspective - HIST-UA 9984
Latin American History: Argentine History & Culture - HIST-UA 9745
Italy During the Renaissance - HIST-UA 9123
Modern Italy - EURO-UA 9163 or HIST-UA 9168
History of Immigration in Europe and United States from World War II to present - HIST-UA 9186
The Italian South - HIST-UA 9538
A History of London - HIST-UA 9127
Europe since 1945 - HIST-UA 9156
Modern Imperialism: 19th and 20th Centuries - HIST-UA 9198
Immigration - HIST-UA 9452
Islam and the West - HIST-UA 9520
Comparative Fascism: Italy, Germany, Spain - HIST-UA 9290
Contemporary Perspectives on the Civil War and the "Recovery of Historical Memory" in Spain - HIST-UA 9264
The French Revolution and Napoleon - HIST-UA 9143
The Cultural History of the City in Central Europe: Prague, Budapest, Vienna and Berlin - HIST-UA 9091
History of Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe - HIST-UA 9176
History of Modern China since 1840 - HIST-SHU 153
Australian Environmental History - HIST-UA 9750
Pacific World History - HIST-UA 9830
Ancient Israel: History and Archaeology - Travelers, Collectors, and Antiquities Robbers - HIST-UA 9524
American Foreign Policy in the 20th Century - HIST-UA 9629
American Constitution - HIST-UA 9330
*Courses are subject to change. To see descriptions and the most up to date listings, please click here.
In addition, if study away courses are not taken at an NYU site, students may petition up to three outside courses to count toward their major requirement. They may do so by sending a copy of the syllabus and attaching a course petition to the Undergraduate Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Director of Undergraduate Studies will review the course petition and students should receive a response regarding their petition in about one week.
When Should I Go?
The NYU History Department encourages majors and minors to study away during the fall or spring semester of their junior year, but schedules vary and some students may need to study away during an alternate semester.
Where Can I Get More Information?
Email the Global Program Administrator, email@example.com, with any further questions you may have.