Many Lang students spend a semester, academic year, or summer taking courses, working at internships, or pursuing volunteer projects abroad and around the United States. With proper research and planning, you can study almost anywhere in the world.
Study abroad (also known as “mobility” and “study away”) is
normally undertaken in the sophomore or junior year. Students should consult
with the director of Global Programs
as well as their departmental faculty advisors and student success advisors in advance. Those who have declared a major should also consult with
the chair or director of their major program. This meeting should occur early
enough to ensure that the proposed mobility program fits students' course
of study and leaves them enough time to fulfill senior residency and graduation requirements.
liberal arts study abroad programs both through the school (in-house) and through other institutions, including:
study abroad procedures and visit our
portal, where you will find an interactive program search and the application portal for study abroad programs.
Domestic exchange programs allow Lang students to study at designated partner schools in the United States for a semester or an academic year, paying Lang tuition as usual and keeping institutional financial aid from The New School. This opportunity exposes our students to an expanded curriculum, an alternative campus environment, and new faculty and peers. If you're interested in domestic exchange programs, speak to your Lang study abroad advisor to learn more.
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Phone: 212.229.5150 or 800.292.3040