1. Introduction to the NYU Office of Global Services
View the webinar here.
2. Housing in NYC
Register for the presentation here.
International students admitted to the Two Year Program will follow the International Student Program Curriculum. Students will take Introduction to Social Work Education & Practice in the United States during their first semester and will delay Social Work Practice I/Field Instruction I until the Spring semester.
Students who wish to waive out of the International Student Program Curriculum should email MSW Program Services at email@example.com.
International students who are not following the International Student Program Curriculum should review the appropriate curriculum guide for their specific program.
PLEASE NOTE: International students following the International Student Program Curriculum will remain in Field Instruction during their first summer semester. Students are expected to complete all Field Instruction hours and responsibilities and should arrange their travel plans accordingly.
The Writing Center is a free writing consultation program for all NYU students.
The Proofreader Program is a free proofreading services for international MSW students. Proofreaders will review drafts of students’ papers to improve clarity and ensure students follow the rules of standard written English.
The MSW Program offers 6 free APA Style Citation Workshops during the fall and spring semesters. Students are sent emails to RSVP. Students following the International Student Program receive an APA workshop during a class session.
International students can practice their speaking skills in free weekly conversation groups.
Speaking Freely offers free 75-minute language coaching sessions for approximately ten weeks each semester. No books are required.
Students can meet with Pamela Bloom to discuss research questions or ask advice on how to make use of Bobst Library resources for international students. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-2618.
Students can make appointments with Arthur Tannenbaum to learn how to use social science databases. Contact email@example.com or 212 998 2604.
Students with student health insurance are eligible for medical services and health promotion programs. Contact 212 443-1000 or visit the website.
Many NYU students study abroad. Health and mental health services vary from country to country. Consults are recommended to clarify counseling and medication services that might be available abroad. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.
When should I arrive in New York?
Your arrival will depend on your visa and housing circumstances. Please be sure you arrive in time to settle in and be fully prepared to participate in orientation activities on campus beginning Tuesday, August 25.
Who should I contact if I have problems obtaining a visa?
The NYU Office of Global Services is happy to assist students with visa questions.
NYU Silver Liaison
Sarah Willyard, International Student Advisor
561 LaGuardia Place, Floor 1
New York, NY US 10012
How should I prepare for orientation and the beginning of school?
Throughout the summer, you will receive a series of emails that contain information and tasks to complete. Please be sure to read all of your emails carefully and refer any questions to email@example.com.
Courtney O’Mealley, Assistant Dean, Office of Student and Alumni Affairs
Functional areas: International and New Student Orientations, student activities including Chinese Student Support Group, hospitalizations, student grievances, student OMBUDS. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-9189.
Virge Luce, Clinical Faculty, Field Learning
Functional areas: Field Instruction, faculty advisor and field instructor communication, Introduction to Social Work Practice in the U.S. course, professional behavior in agencies. Contact email@example.com or 212-992-9716.
Takako Kono, Assistant Director, MSW Program Services
Functional areas: Waiver from International Student Program, International and New Student Orientations, American Language Institute referrals, academic advisement, leaves of absence, withdrawals, Proofreading Program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-5962.
Sarah Willyard, International Student Advisor, Office of Global Services
Functional areas: Immigration advising, paid employment/OPT or CPT, visa issues, I-20s, employment after completing the MSW Program. Contact email@example.com or 212 998 4706.
Cheryl Mazlen, Senior Career Development Counselor, Wasserman Center for Career Development
Functional areas: Resume and cover letter writing, interview coaching, and specialized workshops. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-5926.