Parsons Summer Programs 2016
Summer is the time to travel to new places, make new friends, tackle new challenges, and discover something new about yourself. Parsons offers ways to reinvent yourself in a variety of summer programs.
Registration for summer 2016 is now open.
SUMMER 2016 Information Session
Saturday, February 13, 2016, 2:00–4:00 p.m.
The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall
66 West 12th Street
New York, NY 10011
Learn about PRE-COLLEGE, COLLEGE/ADULT, AND GRADUATE programs
Parsons offers summer programs for students from grade 3 through graduate school. Pre-college students can enroll in Summer Intensive Studies New York, Summer Intensive Studies Paris, or Parsons Pre-College Academy. College-age and adult students can choose from Summer Intensive Studies New York, Summer Intensive Studies Paris, and Summer Studies in Constructed Environments. For students at the graduate level, Parsons offers a Decorative Arts Graduate Seminar in Berlin.
New York or Paris?
Our Summer Intensive Studies programs, offered in
New York and
Paris, are three-week-long boot camps in art and design open to pre-college students (16 years and older) and college-level and adult students. The Summer Intensives provide academically rigorous classes in artistically stimulating environments.
Pre-college students entering grades 3–12 next fall can enroll in summer courses at Parsons
Pre-College Academy in New York.
Architecture, Interior Design, and Lighting Design
Designed for college students and graduates, the five-week
Summer Studies in Constructed Environments is a studio-based curriculum in architecture, interior design, and lighting design. This program prepares students to study for professional master's degrees or embark on rewarding design careers.
Graduate students can travel to Berlin for a
Decorative Arts Graduate Seminar.
DUAL CITY: NEW YORK – LONDON
Open to all adult students, regardless of their experience. The short, intensive format of these courses allows students to immerse themselves in the creative life of
New York and London, explore the latest trends, and collaborate with fellow art and design students while building a network of contacts around the world.