Academic Enhancement Programs
The International Student Support Center offers the following free classes.
These lectures and workshops aim to help students with their writing skills. Some are designed specifically for English as a second-language writers. Others are more general, and thus of interest to both first- and second-language writers.
These lectures and workshops focus on the oral language skills required for successful graduate study. They deal with different aspects of advanced academic and professional language on points that are of relevance to second-language speakers.
Academic Culture Classes
These lectures and workshops focus on U.S. academic culture and the issues necessary for international students to be aware of in order to succeed in their studies at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Students are provided with the tools that are necessary to make the most of their classes in the U.S. while adjusting to differing pedagogical expectations.
These lectures and workshops introduce important technological applications to students. Demonstrating various applications through hands-on training, the workshops prepare students to succeed in their classes and to use their time and effort more efficiently in order to become more productive.
These lectures and workshops are presented by professional librarians. They orient students to the use of research tools, and common citation styles and marks that are required by U.S. universities when writing papers and referencing information sources.
These lectures and workshops are presented by the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies, and provide support for students in planning their careers, whether in the United States or overseas.