Summer Travel Course Application

Gallatin Summer travel courses are open to students of all NYU and non-NYU schools. See Gallatin’s travel course page for more details on eligibility and course offerings.

Application Deadlines

  • Round 1: Dec. 1
  • Round 2: Feb. 1 (priority for Gallatin Dean's Scholarship)
  • Round 3: March 1

Space is limited and some programs close before the final deadline. Early application is encouraged. Students must confirm participation approximately 2-4 weeks after the advertised deadlines (an extension may be granted in some cases).

Application Requirements

  • Personal statement
  • Transcript (non-NYU students only)
  • Contact information for a reference (faculty member or primary academic adviser)
  • Dean’s Scholarship request (optional; current Gallatin students and Gallatin incoming transfer students only)

This application cannot be saved in-progress; it is recommended that you save your responses in a document on your computer before completing this form.

Program Selection

Select your second program of choice.

Personal Information

Permanent Home Address

Academic Information

Gallatin Adviser Information

Current Gallatin students only: please select your primary academic (faculty) adviser below. Gallatin will forward a copy of this application to your adviser in lieu of the Plan of Study for the summer term.

this field auto-completes; if your adviser is not listed under Adviser Name at the left, select "None" and enter your adviser's email here

Personal Statement

Please submit a 250-word personal statement addressing your academic and personal reasons for wanting to participate in this program. This should include details on how this course will fit into your academic plans. It should also detail any experience that will inform your participation in the course, including relevant coursework, language training, and travel abroad. Senegal applicants: your statement should be 250-500 words; in addition to the above, your statement should address specifically any proficiency in French or Wolof and any previous travel to Africa.
If requesting a second program: please submit a 250-word personal statement addressing your academic and personal reasons for wanting to participate in this program. This should include details on how this course will fit into your academic plans. It should also detail any experience that will inform your participation in the course, including relevant coursework, language training, and travel abroad. Senegal applicants: your statement should be 250-500 words; in addition to the above, your statement should address specifically any proficiency in French or Wolof and any previous travel to Africa.

Transcript

NYU students DO NOT have to submit a transcript; the Office of Global Programs will review them in Albert. A transcript is required for all other applicants. An unofficial transcript may be submitted. Please submit your transcript with this application (preferred) in .doc, .docx, or .pdf format. The transcript can also be mailed/delivered to the Gallatin Office of Global Programs, 411 Lafayette St., 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10003.
More information
  • Files must be less than 2 MB.
  • Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.

Reference

Please provide contact information for a faculty member or a primary academic adviser who can speak to your academic standing and ability to study away in an intensive course.

Gallatin Dean’s Scholarship

For current Gallatin students and incoming Gallatin transfer students ONLY. To be considered for this scholarship, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be enrolled at Gallatin at the time of application OR must be an incoming Gallatin transfer student whose Gallatin admission can be confirmed
  • Have a good academic standing (GPA 3.0 or better; no grades of Incomplete)
  • Have a current FAFSA (or for international students, a CSS Profile) on file with the Office of Financial Aid and show unmet need
  • Minimum of half-time matriculation during the semester awarded (changes in the number of credits registered for during the semester may alter your award)

See Gallatin Global's financial aid for study away page for more important scholarship details and other financial aid opportunities.

Priority Deadline for Summer Travel Courses: February 1

Students are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline, as funding may be limited or unavailable after that date. Final scholarship decisions will be made in February. Students who disqualify may receive earlier notification.

In 250 words or less, please describe any financial considerations that would impact your ability to participate in this course.