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  • Resources

    Below you will find links to several pages across The New School's website that have more information on global opportunities.

    • Lang Study Abroad Opportunities include semester- and year-long programs through exchange agreements and outside programs, as well as short-term (summer and winter) programs sponsored by Lang.
    • Lang in Paris Eugene Lang College offers a special program in collaboration with Parsons Paris. The program is based on an interdisciplinary, liberal arts curriculum designed specifically for the context of the city of Paris, France. Students focus on French literature, culture, thought, and language but also have the option of taking a studio or design elective. Classes are kept small to foster community. Courses are taught in English, but most students also register to study the French language at the appropriate level. Students have the option to enroll independently at Parsons Paris during the Fall semester, or as part of a Lang faculty-led cohort in the Spring. More information about the program and new courses students can choose from will be updated on the Lang in Paris page.
    • Eugene Lang Opportunity Awards make it easier for students with financial need and academic merit to participate in the many co-curricular programs and initiatives available at Lang.
    • Parsons Paris is The New School's campus in the heart of Paris.
    • Parsons Study Abroad Opportunities include semester- and year-long programs for Parsons students at Parsons Paris, study abroad through exchange agreements, and opportunities through outside programs.
    • Parsons Paris Summer offers intensive summer courses in art and design offered at the Parsons Paris campus.
    • The Dual City Summer Program offers noncredit, non-degree summer courses split between London and New York.
    • The Decorative Arts Graduate Summer Seminar is open to all graduate students. This is a summer decorative arts seminar held in Holland and taught by a New School faculty member.
    • Jazz Global Opportunities include extracurricular opportunities such as international jazz festivals.
    • The International Field Program is offered by the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. The program allows students to gain practical field experience by working and researching abroad while earning credit during the summer.
    • The India China Institute supports teaching and research relating to India and China.
    • The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies is a New School for Social Research center that operates the Democracy and Diversity Institutes in Poland and South Africa.
    • The Janey Program in Latin American Studies provides support for summer fieldwork and research in Latin America and the Caribbean.
    • NSSR Exchange Programs has information on exchange opportunities for NSSR students.
    • The Center for Student Success has information for students planning to intern abroad.
    • International Student and Scholar Services provides immigration advice and cultural support to international students.