NYU's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (NYU Wagner) is a path-breaking leadership school. In a world that is increasingly interconnected, diverse, and complex, NYU Wagner believes in the power of public service to serve community and individual needs while addressing the opportunities and challenges of the future. Offering programs in public and nonprofit management and policy, health policy and management, and urban planning, NYU Wagner prepares leaders for careers in government, health care, and nonprofit institutions both in the US and abroad. During the summer, NYU Wagner provides a wide range of opportunities for those who wish to enhance conceptual knowledge, learn and interact with leading experts in the field, and apply new skills in a practical setting. Wagner's intensive courses abroad help prepare students to be successful leaders versed in critical global issues.
Program Name Dates Level of Study
China (Shanghai): Urbanization and Sustainable Development in a Transitional Economy June 21 - July 2 Graduate*
Ghana (Accra): Politics and Economics of Hunger and Food Security June 1 - June 13 Graduate*
Switzerland (Geneva): International Health Policy and Prospects June 19 - 25 Graduate*
South Africa (Cape Town): Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development July 19 - 31 Graduate*
* These are graduate level courses that can also be taken on a noncredit basis for a program fee.
Follow individual program links for details about how to apply, application deadlines, program dates, courses, costs, and program contact information. Applications submitted after the priority deadline will be considered on a rolling basis as long as space remains available.