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
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.
You’ll be on a plane before you know it. Take a minute to look through this final checklist to make sure that all of your bases are covered: For students who are required to obtain an entry visa prior to … Continue reading
Please let us know if you have obtained your visa by completing the OGS Visa Status Survey. You should have received the survey via email on December 8th. The OGS Visa Status Survey must be completed immediately. Please note: you … Continue reading
For those of you who could not attend because you are not in NYC, we missed you, but don’t despair. While there is no way we can replicate the orientation, you can view the presentation here: Prague PDO. To be put … Continue reading
At this time you should have already applied for your visa, or at the least have a Consulate appointment scheduled in the near future. If you have not done this yet, contact OGS by phone at 212-998-4242 or email at … Continue reading
The Office of Global Services will be CLOSED on Friday, December 5th. We will reopen for normal hours on Monday, December 8th.