Undergraduate Scholarships for Indonesian Students, New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE

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New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) is a highly selective, four-year, liberal arts and science college located in the city of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is closely interconnected to all of the expertise, support and resources found at NYU in New York City as well as NYU`s global sites on five continents.

What Sets Us Apart

  • Our trans-disciplinary education that combines a scientific approach, where students are exposed to challenging ideas and knowledge, and a liberal arts approach that helps students think creatively, understand complex problems, develop leadership skills, and realize their full potential.
  • Opportunity to explore the world through regional travels in and around Abu Dhabi and also the experience of study abroad, up to 2 semesters, in NYU Global Network Universities in New York, Buenos Aires, Shanghai, Accra, London, Tel Aviv, Florence, Berlin, Paris, Prague, and Madrid.
  • Our merit and need-based undergraduate scholarship program that may FULLY COVER the range of your four-year long NYU Abu Dhabi education, including:
    • Tuition
    • Books
    • Student life activities
    • Accommodation: living allowance, room and board
    • Foreign Travel and study-away semesters
    • Round-trip tickets between Abu Dhabi and home country twice per year

Find out more about NYU Abu Dhabi in our website: www.nyuad.nyu.edu

Find out if you`re the right fit for us
In our endeavor to create a truly diverse and globally engaged student body, NYU Abu Dhabi is looking for most outstanding students from all backgrounds and from around the world. Additionally, we are seeking most outstanding students who will fit comfortably at the very top of the world`s talent pool.

Admission to NYU Abu Dhabi is highly selective. Students will be admitted based on the overall strength of their application, including academic excellence, extra-curricular activities, recommendations, and a demonstrated interest in global citizenship, service, and leadership.

We consider you as a qualified applicant if you:

  • graduate from senior high school in the year of 2011
  • belong to top ranks students in your class/school
  • have numerous organizational experience, in and out of school
  • triumph in various competitions
  • demonstrate global outlook and leadership qualities

If you possess all the necessary qualities above, then this is the time to make one of the best decisions of your life. Apply to NYU Abu Dhabi. With us, you will grow and equip yourself with skills and perspective to be a highly effective agent of change in the 21st century.

When to Apply

Admissions Deadlines
Non-Binding Early Decision: November 1, 2010
Regular Decision: January 1, 2011

Financial Support Deadlines
Non-Binding Early Decision: November 1, 2010
Regular Decision: February 15, 2011

The admissions application for students seeking to begin study in Fall 2011 will be available this summer.

How To Apply
Click here to learn about the application process, test requirements and to download the application forms.

Additional Information
If you have questions regarding NYU Abu Dhabi, click here to view NYU Abu Dhabi Frequently Asked Questions.

Contact Person
You don`t need to make the decision to apply to NYU Abu Dhabi alone. We eagerly welcome you to talk to us. If you are really fascinated with what we have to offer, please contact:

Kartika Kurniasari
Program Manager, NYU Abu Dhabi Global Outreach Partner
The Indonesian International Education Foundation (IIEF)
Menara Imperium, 28th floor, Suite A-B
Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav.1 Jakarta 12980
Tel : 62-21-8317330
Fax: 62-21-8317331
E-mail: nyuad[at]iief.or.id

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