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A great experience for undergraduate students!
You'll have to write a formal letter to your NYU advisor. Tell him a brief report about your academic life, explain why the university intersects with your interests and goals, and ask for his support with the selection of your courses.
For undergraduate students, studying abroad enhances their careers and provides them the opportunity to live and learn within a different culture. Suppose you're interested in applying for NYU. Watch this video with students' comments and think about the advantages and facilities this university can offer to you. Note-taking may help you to decide highlighting points for and against it.
Now that you've made up your mind for NYU, look for the information you need to begin with the application process. Click here to check it out on the NYU Advisement web site.
Make a list of your doubts, concerns, and expectations.
An interview with your advisor through Skype has been scheduled. This is your opportunity to make a good impression. Introduce yourself, tell him why do you want to apply for NYU, what you want to accomplish at it and how you can contribute to make a difference.
You have been
admitted to NYU.
© by Sheila Morato