Study Abroad Opportunities
NYU undergraduates can spend a semester studying abroad at one of the many centers run by NYU Global Programs. Currently, mathematics can be studied at NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU Berlin, NYU Paris, NYU London, and NYU Shanghai. Please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in these programs.
NYU Abu Dhabi
NYU Abu Dhabi offers the following Mathematics courses which may be of interest to Courant students: Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Probability, and Statistics, Abstract Algebra I, Abstract Algebra II, Analysis I, Analysis II, Calculus with Applications to Economics, Calculus with Applications to Science and Engineering, Mathematical Modeling, Multivariable Calculus with Applications to Economics, Dynamical Systems, Complex Analysis, Numerical Methods, Topology, Advanced Game Theory, and Special Topics in Mathematics. NYUAD also provides a breadth of related courses through its Economics and Computer Science majors. Classes at NYUAD have an average size of 14. Students come from over 120 countries. For more information on courses and study abroad at NYUAD, please visit NYU Global Programs.
At NYU Abu Dhabi, students can undertake undergraduate research, join peers in pursuing passions and hobbies by joining Student Interest Groups (SIGs), volunteer their time in a variety of areas through the Office of Community Outreach, and seek internships and career advice through the Career Development Center (CDC). Additionally, students have access to the NYU Abu Dhabi Institute, NYU Abu Dhabi Arts Center, and fitness facilities both indoor and outdoor. The UAE’s infrastructure and geographic location makes it a hub for internal and external travel, whether it is an exploration of the Middle East or further afield or adventures within the UAE. To find out more about NYU Abu Dhabi, visit its website.
At NYU Paris you benefit from small class sizes and hands-on learning with engaged instructors. You can participate in a math and science “boot-camp” to be sure your skills are up to speed, and select from a range of courses in the sciences, humanities and social sciences offered by NYU Paris and our Paris university partners, including the University of Paris Dauphine and Sciences Po. You join an international group of NYU undergraduates from around the NYU network and can participate in student clubs, improve your French through our immersive French language courses and the Tandem language exchange program, and explore Paris and beyond with your instructors and the NYU Paris staff. We take students to visit the Paris-based Google headquarters and the start-up campus Station F; on walking tours and museum visits; and on overnight trips to discover the rich regional diversity of France. Students live in dorms or with host families.
**For Fall 2021, programming and exchange opportunities with partner universities may be limited due to Covid-19 restrictions. On-line options will be substituted where possible.
For more information, visit https://www.nyu.edu/paris.html
NYU Math majors and minors can take many upper level courses at NYU Shanghai in the fall and spring semesters. The following math courses are offered in Shanghai and equivalent to the Courant courses:Discrete Mathematics, Calculus I, Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Mathematics for Economics I, Theory of Probability, Probability and Statistics, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Functions of a Complex Variable, Analysis, Honors Analysis I and Honors Analysis II. Students are part of a vibrant student community and take advantage of Chinese culture and art classes, join intramural sports teams and participate in many student clubs and organizations. Students can also take advantage of internships and resources from Shanghai's full service Career Development Center (CDC). Students travel all over China and Asia during the school holidays. During the summer and January terms, NYU Shanghai organizes trips to popular destinations like Bejing and Xi'an. For more information about NYU Shanghai, visit their website.