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Wiesbaden, Germany

Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees: Perspectives from Germany and the USA

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Program Faculty:

  • James I. Martin, PhD, LCSW, Associate Professor of Social Work; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director, MSW Program

Costs:

  • Tuition and Fees: Graduate tuition and fees: 3 Credits: $4,234 (estimate), paid to the Bursar. 
  • Estimated Housing: This course will take place in New York City.
  • Insurance: N/A
  • Estimated Travel Expense: N/A
  • Program Fees: TBA for cultural program and excursions.

About the program

  • Dates of Course: July 14-24 (with required pre-course dates in late spring TBA)
  • NOTE: Summer abroad programs count toward summer credit.  This may affect your financial aid needs for the year, and for graduating seniors may affect your graduation status.  Make sure to check with financial aid and your academic advisor early on.
  • Location: New York, USA with students from Silver and students from RheinMain University in Wiesbaden, Germany.
  • Housing: Double occupancy hotel room with private bath.
  • Total Credits: 3 credits
  • Available for: Master's students
  • Instruction language: English

This unique course combines participants from NYU Silver and RheinMain University in Wiesbaden, German university and alternates between the two locations from year to year.  In 2017, the course will take place in New York City.  This course uses a cross-national and cross-cultural approach to examine social work with immigrants and refugees.

Global Program Application and Registration Process

The application for the Summer 2017 program is not yet available.

For General Inquiries Contact

Stephanie Kaplan
Assistant Director, Office of Global and Lifelong Learning
stephanie.kaplan@nyu.edu

For Course Content Inquiries Contact

James I. Martin, PhD, LCSW
Associate Professor of Social Work; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director, MSW Program
james.martin@nyu.edu