With virtually every field becoming increasingly global in nature, the NYU School of Professional Studies Paul McGhee Division has worked diligently to expand its own teaching and learning activities to provide students with a multidimensional, international education that serves to broaden their perspective and to enhance their learning experience. The NYU School of Professional Studies of which McGhee is a unit, also has developed numerous partnerships around the world with institutions of higher learning, corporations, and nonprofit organizations that expand research opportunities and provide the basis for a continuous exchange of ideas among faculty members and students on a global basis. As a McGhee student, we encourage you to take advantage of our study abroad opportunities.
New York University operates study abroad programs in many countries around the world. For more information, visit www.nyu.edu/studyabroad. If you are interested in taking McGhee's travel and study abroad courses, or you want to apply to one of the NYU study abroad programs, please consult with your advisor.
Study Abroad Scholarships
Etta Kallman Memorial Scholarship
McGhee students who have completed their first semester of study are eligible to apply for the Etta Kallman Memorial Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship was established to provide financial assistance for short-term travel/study abroad for adults who, because of financial constraints and/or family and work conflicts, must usually forgo this enriching experience.
Bart Lawson Scholarship
This $4,000 award provides four credits of coursework towards the senior project or independent study for students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Management Studies, a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management, or a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences with concentrations in Economics or International Studies, who are interested in working on a project aimed at enhancing the quality of life of the Grenadian people. Recipients who visit Grenada to work on their projects also receive reimbursement for travel expenses.
George Sideris Award
Students enrolled in a McGhee bachelor's degree program who have earned a minimum of 64 credits, 20 of which have been completed at McGhee, are eligible to apply for the George Sideris Award. This $2,000 award provides funds for living and travel expenses for students conducting research on a national or international study experience.
The scholarship reference books in the Paul McGhee Division scholarship library at 7 East 12th Street provide information about additional scholarship opportunities.