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Student Travel

Student travel expands their exposure to diverse perspectives and approaches to public health, enabling them to experience the field in action. Students have the opportunity to take undergraduate and graduate courses abroad, international internships or participate in programs such as the one-year Cross-Continental MPH, allowing them to study on three different continents.

A successful travel abroad experience requires the commitment of several key individuals and/or groups that comprise our globally-networked university, including faculty, students and university administrators. To ensure the best experience for all participants, certain expectations have been set forth as outlined below under Health and Safety and Travel Advice. It is critical that each member of the network become familiar with these expectations and remains accountable throughout the experience. All students who plan to travel are responsible for understanding the policies and procedures for visas, immunizations and health insurance pertinent to their travel destination. This online guide is a student's key to a safe, successful and stress-free trip.

All students are required to fill out the following forms prior to traveling as an NYU student to any country whether they are staying on an NYU campus or not. Please complete the following forms and submit to required NYU personnel indicated on the form:

 

 

 

passport

Click here to email a secure copy of your passport. Please scan your passport and send a color PDF in the email.

 

 

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NYU Contact Numbers for Global Sites

To report a student emergency at any NYU location in the world, call NYU’s Department of Public Safety at (US 011) 212-998-2222 (24 hours). Add this number to your contacts. It is also located on the back of your NYU ID card.

 

Find your local US Embassy here.

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