A Day in the Life: Accra

A student describes her typical day at NYU Accra, the smallest NYU study abroad site with only eight undergraduate students.

Four Things I Wish NYU Told Me Before I Studied Abroad in London

No matter how much time you spend bragging about the fact that you’re studying abroad next semester, it’s likely you still feel nervous about living on a new continent for three months. You may...

London: What Does It Mean to Say You’re From Somewhere?

Is it possible to be from a place you’ve never been? This may seem like an obvious no, but for a long time, I was very convinced that I was Irish. When people asked where...

London Is Not the New York of Europe

Before making the journey to study abroad in London, I imagined it as simply a bigger, older New York City. But it didn't take me long after arriving there to realize how distinct the...

Study Abroad Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank

Studying abroad is transformative, but it can also be financially stressful. If you are planning to go abroad for a semester or a whole year, you have probably chosen your location partially because you...

Maximizing Your Study Away Experience

The words “the city is your campus” were heard over and over at the Fall 2017 Presidential Welcome. This sentiment has become both a boast and a consolation for NYU students in New York...

Big Apple vs. Small Shanghai

As my third week at NYU Shanghai approaches, I’m thankful to have finally settled into a routine, familiarized myself with the best eats nearby and stopped getting lost around campus. NYU Shanghai consists of...

NYU London Holds Its Breath as U.K. Approaches Brexit Deadline

As the U.K. government extends its Brexit deadline from Oct. 31 to Jan. 31 of next year, many potential ramifications of the U.K.’s separation from the European Union remain unknown. The ambiguity of the...

NYU Madrid Students Express Early Concerns About Scheduling

All the students living in Claraval, the NYU student residence in Madrid, trudged to the newly-acquired academic building for orientation at 9 a.m. Central European Time. They were all supposed to arrive in Madrid...

Spring Break at NYU London: Seas the Day! Where My Beaches At?

If I had to describe London weather in one word, it would be dreary. The climate in the British capital is very much what you’d expect: rainy, cloudy and moody. As a result, the...

A Tale of Two Cities, but One Without Dollar Pizza

Three roller bags crashing onto the cobblestone ground, my arms flailing and me, drenched in sweat: this was my arrival at NYU Florence at the start of this semester, the fall of my sophomore...

Day in the Life: Florence

Benvenuti a Firenze! Birthplace of the Renaissance, home of the Galleria degli Uffizi and host of Michelangelo’s David. While Florence has a big reputation, the city is small —  only 380,000 people call it...
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