If you are admitted to an undergraduate or graduate program at one of NYIT's locations, and are in good academic standing, you are entitled to study at any of NYIT's campuses. However, if you wish to spend time in the U.S., an application and additional documentation - if you will require a visa - will be necessary.
For more information and to request application forms, please contact the Center for Global Academic Exchange: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.261.1517.
Eligibility: In order to be eligible to study at another NYIT campus, students must be in good academic standing and must be fully admitted into a degree program at the time of application.
Cost: Students will pay their home campus tuition for the first semester at a NY campus and will then pay the NY tuition rate for any subsequent semesters.
Summer Semester: If you wish to attend NYIT's U.S. Campus during the summer semester, you should submit your application to the Center for Global Exchange by February 15.
Fall Semester: If you wish to attend NYIT's U.S. Campus during the fall semester, you should submit your application to the Center for Global Exchange by April 15.
Spring Semester: If you wish to attend NYIT's U.S. Campus during the spring semester, you should submit your application to the Center for Global Exchange by October 15.
NYIT Global students, who are not U.S. citizens, and who wish to study at one of NYIT's campuses in the United States can apply for the following types of campus exchange:
Please note that students cannot choose which visa they will receive as there are strict federal immigration regulations that guide this process.
Students who will receive a J-1 visa should be aware that they may be subject to a Home Residency Requirement - students who have received U.S. or home country funding or those on the "Country Skills List", upon completion of the J-1 program must return to their country of last legal permanent residence for 2 years before they are eligible to apply for entry to the U.S. on an H1b visa. Please note that NYIT has no authority regarding this decision.
If you're an NYIT student who wishes to apply for campus exchange, you will need to take the following steps:
Submit a non-refundable Global Exchange Assessment Fee, payable by wire transfer or credit card, with your application.
Application will not be processed until proof of receipt of this payment. This payment will be applied towards the first semsters tuition.
* This fee is only refundable if a student can submit written documentation that s/he was denied a visa to enter the United States:
Paying via Pay to Study, an alternative to costly bank wire transfers.NYIT has partnered with Pay to Study to make your international payments easy, convenient, secure, and less expensive. An alternative to bank wire transfers, Pay to Study gives better currency exchange rates than those offered directly by banks or credit cards. Visit https://nyit.paytostudy.com/ to learn more and to make your payments.
Students are required to fill out immunization forms prior to their arrival in the U.S. Learn about the immunization policy and download immunization forms.
Forms can be sent prior to arrival to Alice Heron-Burke, M.A., LMHC, Director of Counseling and Wellness Services, at email@example.com.
Housing application should be filled out and sent to the attention of Susan Heim at the Manhattan campus (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 212.261.1778) or to Jennifer Zichettella at the Old Westbury campus (email@example.com, fax 516.686.1405).
Housing information can be found at NYIT's Office of Housing and Residential Life.
International students must check in with the Office of International Education.
Old Westbury: Barbara Multari, Theobald Hall, room 417, 516.686.7585, firstname.lastname@example.org
Manhattan: Robinson Despeignes, 6 West 61st, room 618, 212.261.1514, email@example.com
NOTE: Please make sure that all of the forms are filled out completely and correctly (address and financial information must be accurate). They should be signed and dated. Students are required to maintain a full-time course load unless they are graduating.