No university has a greater global presence than NYU, and what better way to apply your public health studies as an undergraduate Global Public Health major than to explore the world around you?
Studying Abroad at NYU
Your global public health major requires one fall or spring semester abroad. Not only does studying abroad provide a number of personal, educational, and social benefits, but it is also a crucial element of understanding the different global perspectives that face leaders in our field. NYU has 14 global sites for you to choose from, such as Sydney, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires and Accra.
While you are not required to take a public health course during your semester away, we do offer many of our core courses at various NYU global sites:
- Accra, Ghana
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- London, U.K.
- Sydney, Australia
The World is Your Campus at NYU
Every year more than 3,000 undergraduate NYU students study away from their home campus. Learn more about studying abroad at one of our 14 global locations around the world.