• Israel
    • Tel-Aviv
Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Summer
Subject Areas
Anthropology Biology Business Chemistry Cultural Studies Digital Media Film Global Studies History Jewish Studies Journalism Language Studies Liberal Arts Literature Middle Eastern Studies Physics Political Science Public Health Religious Studies Sociology +10

Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level


Starting Price
Price Details
Tuition and registration fees for full-time NYU students remain the same during semesters spent at a global location as long as the student is enrolled in 12-18 points. Students from other universities should check with their home school's study abroad office to learn if there is a third-party payment arrangement and/or partnership with NYU. If there is not, visiting students pay NYU College of Arts and Science tuition and fees while studying at an NYU global location.
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Classes Wifi
What's Included (Extra)

International Health Insurance

What's Not Included
Airfare Meals Visa
Feb 03, 2022
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About Program

Tel Aviv, a vibrant seaside metropolis, is the financial and technological center of Israel—and home to the highest number of startups per capita in the world. At NYU Tel Aviv, students study the interrelationships between the cultures, politics, and religions of the Middle East. There is a special academic focus on Tel Aviv’s vibrant technological entrepreneurial ecosystem, as well as advanced science offerings so that STEM students can stay on track with their majors. NYU Tel Aviv’s academic center is located near HaYarakon Park in a residential neighborhood close to the beach. It contains classrooms, a computer lab, a student lounge, and a library. Students live in a nearby apartment-style residence hall. Learn more and access the online application on the NYU Global Programs website. Opportunities vary based on local restrictions. Visit the NYU Tel Aviv website for the most up-to-date information.

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Program Highlights

  • Benefit from NYU’s rigorous academic offerings, with a special focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, Arabic and Hebrew languages, emerging media, politics, science, and Hebrew and Judaic studies.
  • Staff-planned excursions include hikes through the Golan Heights, tours of the Old City of Jerusalem and the city of Safed, a mountain-top community of artists and mystics, and trips to the Dead Sea.
  • Choose from for-credit and non-credit internships in entrepreneurship/start-ups, biology lab research, civil and human rights, journalism, business, fine arts, environment studies, education, emerging and interactive media, and international relations.
  • Get involved through volunteer opportunities.
  • Students have the opportunity to enroll in courses at NYU's affiliated institution, Tel Aviv University.

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