Promising high school students from around the world choose New York University Summer Pre-College Program to prepare for success and experience college life in the heart of New York City. Take engaging courses for college credit in more than 30 subjects.
By enrolling in the NYU precollege summer camp, students successfully satisfy their academic interests while learning from world-class faculty and studying along-side classmates as motivates as they are. As part of this NYU summer experience, students will have the opportunity to explore a diverse range of subject areas: from journalism to engineering, design to writing literature, history, and philosophy. Search through an entire course catalog of over 100 courses, and find your best summer learning experience today. Begin earning college credit at New York University this summer!
Through immersion in the NYU Summer Pre-College Program, students will preview what it is like to be in college by living on campus and learning how to balance their academic work and free time. Students enjoy electives in the afternoons that include the College Planning Series, especially tailored to prepare students for success after high school. After a day spent studying and learning in exciting Pre-College courses, students will then wind-down with special events that take place around New York, from Brooklyn Bridge to Broadway shows. On the weekends, students will have the opportunity to explore the city and have fun with friends.
Courses offered at New York University Pre-College include NYU's Journalism Summer Academy, located in the East Village and home to the Arthur L.Carter Journalism Institute. Faculty who teach in this prestigious institute will guide you through new writing techniques and skills. Stern Business Schools Summer Program offers courses in behavioral economics, accounting, finance, marketing, and psychology. Learn the science behind decision making to be uniquely positioned to succeed after attending Summer@Stern. Or develop your technical side at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering summer program, with classes in web design, computer programming, digital media, engineering, and calculus. Other topics include anthropology, biology, comparative literature, creative and expository writing, history, computer science, politics, art workshops, and a variety of languages from German and Italian to Spanish and French. You will have the opportunity to enroll in liberal studies and inter-disciplinary classes or in specific professional studies to train in areas as specific as hotel and tourism management or applied psychology.