New School students who study abroad start to see the world in new ways.
You’ll cultivate an understanding of other cultures. You’ll become more independent, mature, and self-aware. And you’ll discover skills that will enrich your life academically, professionally, and personally.
As an early leader in the field of international education, The New School continues to expand and improve our study abroad program options because we know that studying abroad fosters deeper student and university-wide engagement with global issues and cultures.
Your study abroad options vary based on your major, but no matter the program, you’ll embark on a life-changing journey where you’re asked to embrace the unfamiliar to gain new perspectives on the world.
To get started, check out the University’s study abroad page to learn more about The New School’s different study abroad opportunities.
RESOURCES & OPPORTUNITIES
- The New School’s Study Abroad Page
- Bard Abroad’s Geopolitics and Social Customs in Central Asia program in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
- School for Field Studies
- CAPA: The Global Education Network (has an urban focus)
- Ecology and Conservation of Southeast Asian Elephants – Cambodia, Summer 2018
- The Green Program: Iceland, Peru, Hawaii, Japan
- Sustainable Development Studies: Thailand
- UN Summer Study program at The New School
- Off the Beaten Track summer field school in Malta on how culturally specific modes of perception affect ethnographic fieldwork
- 27th annual Democracy & Diversity Graduate Institute, offered by The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) at The New School for Social Research at the summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland in July 2018 and open to advanced undergraduates
- Study in Cambodia — Ecology and Conservation of Southeast Asian Elephants