NYUAD students are supported throughout their education.
Each year, one third of NYUAD graduates go on to graduate school, more than any Ivy League institution. Students get help through all stages of the process — from defining their interests and goals to choosing the right school and perfecting their application.
A PhD student in electrical and computer engineering at Princeton University.
At graduate school on the shores of southern Portugal.
An Erasmus Mundus scholar in Sustainable Catalysis.
A Fulbright Scholar, pursuing his masters at the University of Pittsburgh at the Graduate school of Public and International Affairs.
Hoon is currently studying at Yale School of Management as a Silver Scholar.
Seyed is pursuing a Master of Laws at University College London.
I identify myself as a globally minded person and NYUAD made me even more connected with people from all over.
I followed my passion and did what I enjoyed, and that is why I ended up where I am today. Pour your heart and soul into your passion, and everything else will fall into place on its own.
At Harvard for her Master’s in Human Development and Education.
From a social media post to a PhD at Harvard.
Masters in Education and digital and social change at Oxford.
Shivani currently pursuing an MSc in South Asian Studies at Oxford University and working as an apprentice at the BBC Global News.
Simran started with a gap year and ended at Oxford University.
My worldview and my approach to learning changed radically when I was in Abu Dhabi. They have continued to change here in Singapore in ways I couldn’t have imagined.
Every day I draw upon the different topics I got exposed to in NYU Abu Dhabi, from Brechtian Theater to the Arab Spring.
As a student leader of a European student interest group I got the opportunity to organize various events and debates on current events in Europe.
Pursuing her Master of Fine Arts at the Parsons School of Design in New York City.
Discovered his masters program during his study away semester in New York.
Amal is currently undergoing her graduate studies in literature and modernity at the University of Edinburgh.
I knew one thing as I approached graduation: I wanted to continue working with Arabic texts and explore the different genres of Arabic texts.
I’m a big believer in the idea that your biggest growth does not come only from your teachers but from the people you go through experiences with.
I am focusing on education: understanding educational institutions, and analyzing policies.
The most interesting thing is that being away from home has made me more conscious of being an American.