International Community at The New School
The New School’s International Demographics
Located in the heart of Greenwich Village in New York City, The New School hosts more than 2,000 international students, researchers, and scholars from 101 countries. Most of the school's international students and scholars engage in practical or academic training that builds a solid foundation for community and career development. According to the Institute of International Education, The New School ranks as one of the top six New York City schools with international student enrollment; International students represent approximately 20 percent of the student population.
The top countries of origin represented on campus are South Korea, Japan, Canada, Taiwan, India, Turkey, Germany, Israel, the United Kingdom, Mexico, China, and Brazil. Parsons The New School for Design is host to the largest number of international students and scholars—more than 1,000 students. At Mannes, nearly 41 percent of the students enrolled are international.
The New School is made up of seven divisions:
- The New School for Public Engagement
- The New School for Social Research
- Parsons The New School for Design
- Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
- Mannes College The New School for Music
- The New School for Drama
- The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
A significant number of undergraduate and graduate students matriculated at The New School. In fall 2007, 6,068 students were candidates for undergraduate degrees and 3,322 students were candidates for graduate degrees.
View international student statistics broken down by degree.