• Study Abroad

  • Take your studies abroad for a semester or a summer. Choose from programs in more than 50 countries.

    Lang Study Abroad

    The Office of Global Programs is situated in the dean’s office at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and is dedicated to promoting the academic and personal growth of undergraduates through international education. Each year, many Lang students study abroad, usually for one semester, at one of more than 50 pre-approved programs, including faculty-led programs during the summer. 

    Students may begin to think about study abroad in their first year and are welcome to visit the Study Abroad Resource Rack, conveniently located in the Lang Academic Advising office, at 64 West 11 Street, ground floor, and in the dean's office, at 65 West 11th Street on the third floor.

    Learning more about study abroad and deciding whether to apply and where to study is an important part of your sophomore year. As you focus your academic interests, consider incorporating study abroad into your path of study. In the second semester (before completing 60 credits), sophomores are expected to declare a major. As a sophomore, you will meet with the departmental faculty advisor for your declared major and continue consulting your Student Success advisor. Discussing your intention to study abroad during your consultations with them will provide valuable guidance.

    Information sessions are offered during the academic year. They are a mandatory part of the study abroad process.  If you are a first-year student considering studying abroad, we strongly recommend that you attend this session in the spring semester of your first year to ensure that you have all the information you need to make a decision.  

    Lang offers the following liberal arts study abroad programs:

    • Global Immersion. Offered through Lang's partnership with ICADS (Institute for Central American Development Studies), this program enables students to combine classroom learning with practical experience through research on and analysis of Central American social and economic issues.  
    • Faculty-Led Programs. Several short-term, relatively inexpensive programs are led by Lang faculty during academic breaks — an excellent choice for students who are short on time or funds. Students can also opt to study for a semester or academic year through specific partner schools, paying Lang tuition as usual and keeping institutional financial aid from The New School. Past programs have examined avant-garde theater at an international fringe festival; contemporary music history, with an excursion to a techno music parade; democracy and diversity; educational and therapeutic use of visual arts; and classical European literature and music.
    • Exchange and Partner Programs. Because of special exchange agreements with certain institutions, Lang students can study abroad for a semester or a year. They do not pay the institutions’ tuition; instead, they pay tuition to Lang and keep their institutional financial aid from The New School. Students can use earned credits toward their Lang degree.

    View our portal, where you will find an interactive program search and the application portal for study abroad programs.

    Lang Domestic Exchange

    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.

  • Contact Us

    Office of Global Programs 
    Eugene Lang College Dean's Office
    65 West 11th Street, 3rd floor  
    langstudyabroad@newschool.edu 
    Phone: 212.229.5100 
    Lang Global at Facebook

    Office of Admission
    Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts 
    79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor 
    New York, NY 10003 
    Phone: 212.229.5150 or 
    800.292.3040
    Fax: 212.229.5355
    lang@newschool.edu

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Undergraduates

To apply to any of our undergraduate programs (except the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and Parsons Associate of Applied Science programs) complete and submit the Common App online.

Undergraduate Adult Learners

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Graduates

To apply to any of our Master's, Doctoral, Professional Studies Diploma, and Graduate Certificate programs, complete and submit the New School Online Application.

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