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NYU Precollege Summer Program

Categories: Academic / Pre-College

Ages: 16-18

Gender: Co-Ed

Type: Overnight/Residential


Physical & Mailing Address:
NYU Office of University Programs, 18 Washington Place
New York, NY USA 10003


More Information:
212.998.2292
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Make the most of your summer vacation with this six-week academic summer camp for high school juniors and seniors. Earn college credits, explore NYC, and experience academic and student life at NYU. Scholarships are available. Read More!

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NYU Precollege summer camp offers rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience academic and student life at New York University. Teens take college level courses for academic credit which may be applied to a future degree. Residential and non-residential options are available.

Participants take credit-bearing courses with current college students. Courses are available in over 36 subjects. Students can explore the archeological history of New York City, visit major New York sports facilities and learn the business of sports management, begin to master the Chinese language, practice the art of hyperlocal news reporting, or delve into the hospitality industry while going behind-the-scenes at Manhattan hotels and restaurants.

Additionally students have the opportunity to participate in free noncredit workshops taught by NYU’s distinguished writing experts. The workshops offer students an opportunity to enhance writing skills and focus on college-level writing.

Outside the classroom, NYU Precollege offers workshops regarding the college admissions and application process, as well as a variety of on- and off-campus social events and activities. NYU Precollege summer camp allows outstanding teens to get a taste of college while still having time to work, volunteer, and enjoy the summer vacation.

(From www.nyu.edu)

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