The Institute of French Studies (IFS) offers several M.A. programs devoted to the interdisciplinary study of modern France and the French-influenced world. These programs combine rigorous cross-cultural training, vibrant intellectual exchanges within and outside the classroom, a tight-knit community in our townhouse on historic Washington Mews, and the cultural resources of New York City.
Prospective students can select the M.A. in French Studies or a joint masters' program that combines significant coursework at the IFS with a degree in journalism, business or law. Qualified NYU juniors and seniors enrolled in the College of Arts and Science or Global Liberal Studies may pursue a B.A./M.A. degree in French studies.
All applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and have a strong reading and spoken knowledge of French. For further information or to access the application for admission, please see our program FAQ’s and the GSAS Application Resource Center.
Please feel free to contact Professor Herrick Chapman, the Director of Graduate Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org).