Please note Tisch Professional Track students:While you will share resources at NYU Prague, some of the information presented here will not be applicable to your program. Pay attention to your Tisch Program Orientation, and for specific questions, please call x81500.
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Students who hold dual citizenship (most notably students who are US citizens as well as citizens of a country that provides access to visa free travel to their Spring 2015 location) should take careful note to bring both passports with … Continue reading
While our hope is that you arrive at your study away destination without any challenges, we know at times these can occur for a variety of reasons. Please note that NYU is unable to act as an intermediary between the … Continue reading
You should have now completed your pre-departure study away to-do’s. As one last recommended to-do, we would like to challenge you to think about how you will document and reflect on your experience away. Your 3-4 month journey will go … Continue reading
We’ve done a decent amount of traveling and have made some classic travel mistakes in our time. Be smarter than us by following the below tips! Also, take note of what NOT to pack by visiting this website. I know … Continue reading
Don’t leave for Prague without your Prague Arrival Cheat Sheet! It contains helpful information about navigating the airport, getting to your housing assignment, and NYU Prague contact information. Please provide a copy of this document to your parents.
You should have received an email with access to our Pre-Departure Survey, and are now able to submit feedback regarding your experience. NYU’s Office of Global Programs strives to provide students with the best possible experiences and services as they … Continue reading
You should have received an email from OGS on Wednesday, January 7 outlining three tips for the best practices of international travel. Please be sure to review this email carefully and take action as suggested.