NYUAD students are supported throughout their education.
NYU Abu Dhabi graduates are employed around the world in industries ranging from consulting to technology, startups, and the arts. Internship opportunities and career advising play a large role in getting them there.
In a world that’s gone full digital, Symone Gamble is finding X-citing ways to bring people together.
Sometimes the best way to improve a city is to dive right in.
Even well-meaning projects can have a rocky start.
To Lamees Al Makkawi, culture is the architecture of urban greatness.
From self-doubt to a junior analyst job at McKinsey.
For Beatrice Ionascu and Dora Palfi, founders of tech startup imagiLabs, their genesis story dates to their first days on campus.
My non-academic life at NYU Abu Dhabi shaped how I think about and interact with the world around me.
Daengdej hosts and produces The Passion Thailand, a travel TV show that shares compelling stories of travelers and destinations.
I have a duty to educate, improve, and make an impact whenever and wherever I can.
In the years ahead, Osmandzikovic believes that her work, and the work of researchers like her, will help power the UAE’s continued upward trajectory.
At the World Bank, developing strategies to conserve natural habitats.
“There were so many things I was trying to learn about my culture, my religion, and who I am as a person.”
NYUAD made me look at the world from a more critical perspective, which motivated me to make better decisions.
I work with a global network of young, professionals in support of the UN program on peaceful uses of outer space.
Independent learning, research, and projects prepared me for the situation where I have a lot of freedom to work independently.
I learned about my position thanks to my summer internship.
For Lan Duong, who grew up in Los Angeles, building Abu Dhabi is a literal obsession.
Melville-Rea educates people to the threats of water pollution.
They knew what kind of art they wanted to create after graduation. When they didn’t find these opportunities, they decided to create them, together, with Tooth n’ Fang, a global-arts collective.
What I am doing now is at the intersection of my profound interests.
After graduating, I worked on the pre-production of an incredible new feature film set in Abu Dhabi.
They created a video game used by educators worldwide to teach students about the ethical risks of artificial intelligence.
I’m working on the commercial due diligence of a mobile app.
At Google, I'm working with small businesses. It's very rewarding.
Extracurricular activities taught me to work in a team.