New York University Abu Dhabi New York University Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Saadiyat Marina District, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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Undergraduate Education The 21st century requires rigorous, broad, and imaginative undergraduate training. NYU Abu Dhabi’s curriculum provides extraordinary opportunities for individual exploration and growth, and prepares students to succeed in a truly global world. Academic and Research Divisions NYU Abu Dhabi is building an advanced eco-system of research, academics, programs, and faculty that contribute to the growth of the UAE. 1. Arts and Humanities : NYU Abu Dhabi Arts and Humanities encompass fields of central importance to human culture and creativity. 2. Engineering : Engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi focuses on innovation, invention, and entrepreneurship in the areas of cyber security, robotics, urban systems, environmental sustainability, and biomedical and health systems. 3. Science : Scientific research at NYU Abu Dhabi addresses some of the most pressing issues affecting the globe while simultaneously asking questions that further our basic understanding of nature and the universe. 4. Social Science : Social Science at NYU Abu Dhabi seeks to explain and investigate the functioning of society, and address pressing contemporary issues that affect individual and societal well-being. Community Education Programs NYU Abu Dhabi is uniquely positioned to advance Abu Dhabi as a global center of ideas, education, and talent. 1. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Scholars Program : A highly selective program for Emirati university students to learn leadership skills and prepare for graduate school. 2. Summer Academy : This program is designed to enhance the academic profiles of highly motivated Abu Dhabi-based Emirati high school students. 3. Executive Education : The Office of Executive Education offers organizations and senior leaders practical tools and strategies to succeed in today’s global business economy. A New Model of Education NYU Abu Dhabi develops future leaders who contribute their passion and skills to NYUAD and the UAE. We’re not just sitting in classrooms reading books about the world. There’s a lot of interaction with the community in Abu Dhabi and the rest of the world. Getting outside my comfort zone, trying something new, and going to new places is something I’ve always cared about. -- Matthew French, Social Science At NYUAD, I had the chance to study how glaciers in Greenland melt, spend a semester learning Spanish in Argentina, and travel to Zanzibar to investigate the meaning of marine heritage. This is what I would call education for life. -- Tina Skorjanc, Science Internships, out-of-class interactions, and extracurricular activities were the most valuable part of my university experience. Interacting with students from different backgrounds shaped who I am today. -- Abdullah I. Mahomed, Engineering