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SUMMER PROGRAMS 2017

art & Design at parsons Filmmaking, writing, liberal arts, and more Pre-College, College, and Adult Students

Programs in New York and Around the World Sessions Beginning in June, July, and August


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summer  programs to  spark  creative and  intellectual growth Make this a transformative summer at The New School with our stimulating, creative courses that let you explore art and design, drama, writing, film, and more. Along the way, you can earn university credit, gain new career skills and experience, or develop a portfolio for art and design school applications. Pre-college students in grades 3–12 can delve into fields ranging from animation and cartooning to fashion to 3D design and architecture in a noncredit Parsons Pre-College Academy course in New York City. Students 16 and older, university-age students, and adults can earn college credit engaging with subjects like filmmaking, fashion merchandising, creative writing, international affairs, decorative arts, acting, or lighting design. You can also prepare a portfolio for graduate study in architecture. Courses are offered in New York City, Paris, London, Barcelona, and beyond, so you can draw inspiration from and learn in global creative capitals. At The New School, courses are designed to develop your creativity and critical thinking, so every summer immersion sparks growth of the personal, professional, and academic kind. Join us—we make the longest days of the year feel like the shortest.

CONTENTS About The New School

Parsons School of Design (New York and Paris)

Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

College of Performing Arts

School of Media Studies

Creative Writing Program

Milano School of International Affairs, Management,

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and Urban Policy Pre-College Programs

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College and Adult Students

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Registration and Policies

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ABOUT THE NEW SCHOOL The New School was founded in 1919 by a group of progressive intellectuals seeking flexible, innovative models of education. Today it is a comprehensive university composed of a renowned design school, a progressive liberal arts college, a groundbreaking performing arts college, and rigorous graduate schools that offer an array of degree programs and courses. Learn more about our conventiondefying schools and colleges and how their creative and academic offerings can propel you forward this summer.

School of Media Studies

Parsons unites creativity and intellectual rigor

The School of Media Studies’ faculty of working

in innovative ways that enable art and design

professionals guide undergraduate and graduate

to change the world. Since its founding in 1896,

students through curricula that bring together

Parsons has pioneered disciplines including

hands-on media making, critical analysis and

interior design, fashion design, lighting design,

reflection, entrepreneurship, and management.

and graphic design and launched the careers of

In the summer course on multimedia

scores of creative leaders. Together we’re making

storytelling, you get the tools, collaborative

the world a better place through creative under-

working methods, and individual attention you

graduate, graduate, and continuing education

need to create finished pieces.

programs for learners of all ages, interests, and needs. The New School’s Parsons Paris campus offers courses, bachelor’s and master’s degree

Creative Writing Program

programs, and study abroad opportunities in an

The New School held the first academic

intimate learning setting in the heart of Europe.

creative writing workshop in 1931 and today is home to daring, diverse literary voices and

Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

publishing professionals. Graduate students in the program develop their craft in workshops

Lang, a progressive liberal arts school, challenges

and seminars led by a faculty enmeshed in New

you to question everything as an intellectual

York’s publishing and creative writing scene.

thinker, artist, and doer. Courses encourage you

The Summer Writers Colony places you in a

to ask big questions and challenge assumptions

community of peers who help you expand your

through scholarship that fosters social, economic,

expressive abilities and literary universe.

and environmental justice. The Lang Summer Writing Intensive helps you develop your voice through guided exercises and workshops. Networking events with industry professionals immerse you in New York City’s literary culture.

Milano School of International Affairs, Management,  and Urban Policy Critical, engaged, and committed to social justice,

College of Performing Arts

Milano’s graduate programs are preparing a

The College of Performing Arts brings together

affairs specialists, business managers, and

our celebrated undergraduate and graduate

urban, environmental, and public policy analysts.

programs in drama, jazz, and classical music,

Tackle pressing global issues from a variety of

freeing students to collaborate with peers in all

perspectives, engage with United Nations staff

programs and create wholly new art forms. This

and other NGO partners, and earn credit in the

summer, unleash your creativity and develop

United Nations Summer Study Program.

your craft in an acting intensive.

new generation of interdisciplinary international

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SUMMER BEGINS THE MOMENT YOU SIGN UP. Registration opens November 15.

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Open  House—Parsons  NYC Summer  Programs Saturday, February 18, 2017, 10:30 a.m. Tishman Auditorium University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10011 Join us on campus to learn how Parsons’ summer programs in New York, Paris, and other global destinations can foster your creative and intellectual growth. We offer pre-college, college, and graduate courses in a range of disciplines, in programs from one to five weeks in length. Take a campus tour, meet faculty and staff, and enjoy design activities to inspire your summer learning. RSVP: newschool.edu/summerstartsnow

Open  House—Parsons  Paris Programs Saturday, March 11, 2017, 1:00–4:00 p.m. Parsons Paris 45 rue Saint-Roch Paris 75001 Learn about Parsons' intensive programs designed

Need help?  get in touch!

for pre-college and college students as you meet and

Find information about student activities,

mingle with the Parsons Paris team. (Programs begin

attendance and other expectations, housing, and

in June and July.) Meet program staff and get your

more at newschool.edu/summer.

questions answered in person. RSVP: newschool.edu/summerinparis

Need help selecting programs? Contact us; we’re experienced at matching learners with courses. Contact details can be found with accompanying

LIVE  Parsons  Webinar  for International   Students Wednesday, January 18, 2017 10:30 a.m. EST, USA Learn all you need to know about programs for all ages, and get your questions answered on visa requirements, housing, New York City life, and more. RSVP: newschool.edu/globalsummer

programs throughout the catalog. Don't know where to start? Email ce@newschool.edu.

COME  VISIT  US Summer programs introduce you to our faculty and our forward-looking approach to learning.
Like what you see? Visit and learn more about our undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs. newschool.edu/visit


Gain the skills and conceptual approaches you need to take your creativity to the next level, wherever your path may lead. Students in grades 3–12 and recent high school graduates learn in supportive yet challenging learning communities in Greenwich Village and at Parsons Paris, developing new ideas, ways to collaborate, and techniques in fields ranging from art, design, and fashion to writing, drama, and film.


PRE-COLLEGE

Parsons  in  New  York Pre-College Academy course 2 week

August 7–18, 2017 / Grades 3–5, 6–8, 9–12 Explore art and design through fun hands-on projects that develop your creative thinking skills, technique, and collaborative abilities—or create a portfolio. Choose one course from the lists below.

Courses GRADES 3–5 Big Beat: Brazilian Drumming

Cartooning (morning only) Foundation Studio (morning only) Toy Design (morning only)

GRADES 6–8 3D Studio

Interior Design Painting and Drawing Portfolio Development: Design (grades 11 and 12 only)

Portfolio Development: Fine Arts (grades 11 and 12 only)

Printmaking: Design and Drawing Product Design

Animation Studio Design and Wear

Program Details

Digital Video and Photography

Registration deadline: July 14, 2017

Fashion Design

Tuition and fees: grades 3–5 (half day): $600;

Game Design Painting and Drawing

GRADES 9–12 Animation Studio Architecture Digital Video and Photography Fashion Accessory Design

grades 3–12 (full day): $1,160 Certificate status: $1,200 + $80 registration fee Housing: Not available for this program University credits: This is a noncredit program. Class schedule: Students in grades 3–5 can choose to attend a half day (9:00– 11:50 a.m.) or full day (9:00–11:50 a.m. and 1:00–3:50 p.m.). Students in grades 6–12 attend classes from 9:00 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., with a one-

Fashion Design I

hour lunch break at noon.

Fashion Design II

Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus

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LEARN MORE AND GET STARTED Find the most up-to-date information and course listings and register at newschool.edu/summer.

Summer Intensive Studies course 3 week

July 10–28, 2017 / Ages 16–18* Join our three-credit program in art and design, enriched by the vast resources of New York City. Courses are taught at an introductory level and are tailored to high schoolers preparing to apply to college and college students interested in broadening their education and earning transfer credits. Choose one course from the list below. *Students must be 16 years of age by July 10, 2017.

Courses

Program Details Priority registration: March 15, 2017

Architectural Design Studio

Registration deadline: May 15, 2017

Design and Management

International registration deadline: May 15, 2017.

Design Studio

Visa application deadline: May 26, 2017. International students must meet language

Explorations in Drawing

requirements.

Fashion: Explorations in Sewing

Tuition and fees: $3,149

and Construction Fashion: Visual Presentation

Housing: Available but not required, with meal plan for additional fee; for details, visit

Game Design

newschool.edu/student-housing/summer

Graphic Design

University credits: 3

Illustration: Beyond the Page

Class schedule: Students attend classes

Interior Design Studio Painting

Monday–Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break. Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus

Photography: Analog and Digital Photography: Digital and Video Printmaking Product Design

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Animation Studio


PRE-COLLEGE

PARSONS  Paris Summer Intensive Studies course 3 week

June 30–July 22, 2017 / Ages 16–18 Experience Paris as an insider, exploring contemporary European design practice and history firsthand in the city’s many design studios and museums. Taught at Parsons Paris, this three-week, three-credit program surrounds you with a close-knit learning community in which you work directly with leading faculty and peers from around the world. First established in 1921, Parsons Paris is today an ideal setting in which to develop global awareness and explore creative careers. Choose one course from the list below.

Explorations in Drawing Fashion Design Process

Program Details Application deadline: April 1, 2017 Payment deadline: April 15, 2017 Tuition and housing: $7,300; includes housing,

Graphic Design Workshop

insurance, subway pass, and excursions

Introduction to Design and

University credits: 3

Management Photography in Paris

Class schedule: Students attend classes Monday–Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break. Location: Parsons Paris, 45 rue Saint-Roch, 75001, Paris, France Questions: amy.newman@apiabroad.com All courses are taught in English.

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Courses


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Drama,  Film,  and  Writing at  The  New  School Summer Acting Intensive for Stage course 4 week

July 10–August 4, 2017 / Ages 15+ Professional faculty from The New School's College of Performing Arts and teaching artists involved in the New York City theater scene lead you in developing stage acting techniques and skills through training, coaching, workshops, and artistic engagement in a collaborative fourweek, four-credit course in the heart of the city.

Program Details Housing: Available with meal plan; for details, visit newschool.edu/student-housing/summer University credits: 4 Class schedule: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break Location: 55 West 13th Street, New York City Questions: DramaSummerPrograms@newschool.edu

Filmmaking Intensive course 4 week

July 10–August 4, 2017 / High school juniors and seniors, ages 16+ In Film, Art, Change: Making Movies to Make a Difference, you learn about the history and practice of making movies that engage, provoke, delight, and inform by studying 16mm filmmaking and high-definition digital techniques and tools. Taught by faculty of the School of Media Studies at The New School, the course is kept small to encourage collaboration and provide individual attention.

Program Details Tuition and fees: $3,629 Housing: Available with meal plan; for details, visit newschool.edu/student-housing/summer University credits: 6 Class schedule: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–3:50 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break Location: Greenwich Village campus Questions: Tracy Varites at varitest@newschool.edu Students have in-class access to all necessary production and post-production equipment.

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Tuition and fees: $5,144 (includes lunch)


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Lang Summer Writing Intensive course 4 week

July 10–August 3, 2017 / High school juniors and seniors, ages 16+ Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, recently included on The Princeton Review’s annual Best Colleges list, invites high school juniors and seniors to take part in a four-credit college-level liberal arts course at The New School. The Pre-College Intensive course at Lang helps you develop your own voice in a supportive atmosphere. The course brings together peer-to-peer collaboration, immersive study, and networking with professionals, artists, and activists. Areas of study: Fiction and Nonfiction.

Program Details Tuition and fees: $4,649 Housing: Available with meal plan; for details, visit newschool.edu/student-housing/summer University credits: 4 Class schedule: Monday–Thursday, 1:00–5:00 p.m. Location: Greenwich Village campus Questions: LangSummer@newschool.edu


Enrich your undergraduate or graduate studies and earn transfer credit or explore career options this summer in courses that spark your creativity, engage your intellect, and immerse you in discovery in Paris, Berlin, London, or Barcelona. Our summer programs offer you a range of subjects to study, including lighting design; marketing, branding, and design management; and French period rooms, Spanish food culture, and European decorative arts.


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PARSONS  IN  New  York Summer Intensive Studies course 3 week

Session I: June 5–23, 2017 / Session II: July 10–28, 2017 Ages 19+ or 18 with a year of college Ready to dive deep into creative practices such as product design, letterpress, and design management in an academically rigorous, artistically stimulating environment? In this intensive three-week, threecredit program, you spend five days a week in introductory-level studio classes, with homework assignments that develop your facility with design process. Special events—including portfolio reviews, Parsons alumni career panels, and guest lecturers—develop your creative practice and professional opportunities. Choose one course from the list below.

Animation Studio (Session I only) Architectural Design Studio (Session I only) Design and Management Design Process (Session I only) Explorations in Drawing (Session I only) Fashion: Explorations in Sewing and Construction Fashion: Merchandising

Program Details Registration deadline for Session I: April 15, 2017 International student registration deadline: April 15, 2017. Visa application deadline: April 21, 2017. International students must meet language requirements.

Registration deadline for Session II: May 15, 2017 International student registration deadline: May 15, 2017. Visa application deadline: May 26, 2017.

Fashion: Visual Presentation

International students must meet language

Game Design (Session I only)

requirements.

Graphic Design I Graphic Design II Graphic Design: Letterpress (Session II only) Illustration: Beyond the Page (Session II only)

Interior Design Studio

Tuition and fees: $3,149 Housing: Available but not required, with meal plan for additional fee; for details, visit newschool.edu/student-housing/summer University credits: 3 Class schedule: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–3:50 p.m., with a one-hour lunch

Painting (Session I only)

break

Photography: Analog and Digital

Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus

Photography: Digital and Video Printmaking (Session I only) Product Design

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Constructed Environments course 5 week

June 26–July 28, 2017 / Ages 19+ Explore architecture and interior design or industrial design by preparing a portfolio for admission to programs such as Parsons’ MArch, MFA in Interior Design, or MFA in Industrial Design. This course introduces you to measuring, drafting, model making, and digital design and develops your ability in each. In visits to galleries, firms, and organizations like the Architecture Center, MoMA, and the Storefront for Art and Architecture, you consider NYC as a unique context for built environments.

Program Details International student registration deadline: April 15, 2017. Visa application deadline: May 12, 2017. International students must meet language requirements.

Tuition and fees: $4,719 Housing: Available but not required, with meal plan for additional fee; for details, visit newschool.edu/student-housing/summer University credits: 4 Class schedule: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus Questions: ssce@newschool.edu

Intensive Lighting Studio course 1 week

June 12–19, 2017 / Ages 19+ Working alongside leading designers, you develop lighting plans and build fixtures that demonstrate the ways in which light defines architectural volume and space.

Program Details Priority registration deadline: May 15, 2017 Final registration deadline: June 15, 2017 Tuition and fees: $2,140 University credits: This is a noncredit program. Class schedule: Saturday–Saturday, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus Questions: Craig Bernecker at berneckc@newschool.edu

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Registration deadline: May 15, 2017


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Parsons  Paris Summer Intensive Studies course 3 week

Session I: June 2–24, 2017 / Session II: June 30–July 22, 2017 Sessions I + II: June 2–July 22, 2017 Ages 19+ or 18 with a year of college Parsons Paris enables you to experience a global cultural capital like an insider. You explore the history of European art and design firsthand in the many museums and design studios the city has to offer. The program is open to all students who wish to deepen their art and design knowledge at The New School’s European campus, Parsons Paris. Participants choose one to four courses from the lists below.

Program Details

SESSION I

Application deadline: April 1, 2017

The Business of Fashion

Tuition deadline: April 15, 2017

Fashion and the Body NEW

Tuition and housing:

Fashion Design Process Introduction to Web Design NEW Landscape Garden Design NEW Strategic Brand Design

SESSION II

Session I: one course: $6,300; two courses: $9,570. Session II: one course: $6,300; two courses: $9,570. Sessions I and II: two courses total: $11,880; three courses total: $15,150; four courses total: $18,420. Includes housing, subway pass, insurance, and excursions. University credits: 3 per course Class schedule: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Explorations in Drawing

(one-hour lunch). Most courses offer a choice of three-

Exploring Luxury Cultures NEW

hour morning and afternoon sessions from 9:00 a.m.

Fashion Communication NEW Fashion Design Process

to 12:00 noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., or a combination of both. More details are available online. Location: Parsons Paris, 45 rue Saint-Roch,

Graphic Design Workshop

75001, Paris, France

History of the French Interior

Questions: amy.newman@apiabroad.com

(Graduate) NEW Introduction to Design and Management Photography in Paris

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Parsons  abroad Design and Food Culture: Paris to Barcelona or 4 2week course

Session I: June 30–July 16 (Paris) / Session II: July 16–29 (Barcelona) Sessions I + II: June 30–July 29 (Paris and Barcelona) College juniors and seniors, adults Parsons Paris and Elisava, Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, invite you to refine your palate and senses and immerse yourself in design over two weeks in Paris or two weeks in Paris and two in Barcelona. You are introduced to culinary design and food and wine tasting. You explore “fast, good” food (tapas) and food-related package design, branding, trends, materials, and sustainability.

Application deadline: April 1, 2017 Tuition and housing: Session I (Paris): $3,150; Sessions I and II (Paris and Barcelona): $5,800. Includes housing, subway pass, insurance, and cultural events. Participants are responsible for meals and all travel expenses. Tuition deadline: April 15, 2017 University credits: 2 credits (Paris only) or 4 credits (Paris and Barcelona) Class schedule: Monday–Friday Questions: amy.newman@apiabroad.com

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Consumer Evolutions in Shopping and Visual Merchandising (Paris and Barcelona) NEW or 4 2week course

Session I: June 30–July 16 (Paris) / Session II: July 16–29 (Barcelona) Sessions I + II: June 30–July 29 (Paris and Barcelona) College juniors, seniors, and adults This course brings together architectural, urban, and sociocultural history to focus on consumer experience, object display methods, and the department store as a site, notably for women, of social interaction and developing feminism. In Paris, students explore the history of shopping and its impact since the late 19th century on broadly. In Barcelona, students analyze creative window dressing, assessing objectives, typologies, and conceptual approaches. Retail space designers learn strategies for understanding consumer behavior, conveying brand, and reaching new and sophisticated audiences.

Program Details Application deadline: April 1, 2017 Payment deadline: April 15, 2017 Tuition and housing: Session I (Paris): $3,150; Sessions I and II (Paris and Barcelona): $5,800. Includes housing, subway pass, insurance, and cultural events. Participants are responsible for meals and all travel expenses. University credits: 2 credits (Paris only) or 4 credits (Paris and Barcelona) Class schedule: Monday–Friday Questions: amy.newman@apiabroad.com

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Parsons  abroad Graduate Decorative Arts and Design Seminar course 2 week

Late June to early July 2017 (dates TBD) Ages 22+ holding a BA or the equivalent Each summer, Parsons faculty organize two-week graduate study courses in settings around the world—Paris, London, Berlin, Stockholm, and Helsinki, to name some recent examples—that are rich in history and opportunities for focused study of decorative arts, design, and curatorial work. These courses draw on local cultural resources and offer unparalleled access to the objects, interiors, curators, and approaches to scholarship and presentation that make these cultural capitals unique. Recent classes have engaged with topics including Scandinavian modernism and national identity, French period interiors, and German material culture from the late 18th century to 2017 offerings, which will be posted soon.

Program Details Registration deadline: April 14, 2017 Tuition and fees: approximately $5,720, including all gratuities, course materials, and local travel Housing, meals, and travel: Participants are responsible for accommodations, meals, and transportation to and from the course. University credits: 3 graduate credits Class schedule: Monday–Friday Questions: lichtmas@newschool.edu

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Summer Courses with Central Saint Martins (London, Paris, NYC) 2,week 3or 4 course

Dual City, Session I: June 19–29 (NYC); July 4–14 (London) Dual City, Session II: June 26–30 (NYC); July 3–7 (London) Tri City, Session III: July 3–7 (Paris); July 10–14 (London); July 17–21 (NYC) Ages 18+ This intensive noncredit program—offered in two-, three-, and four-week versions—connects you to New York’s, Paris’, and London’s creative life, inspiring you to explore fashion trends, branding, and marketing while building a network of international contacts. Open to adult students at all levels of experience. Three- and four-week courses offer optional transfer credit to participating colleges and universities.

Program Details

SESSION I

Registration deadlines:

Fashion Design: Process and Practice

SESSION II (CHOOSE ONE COURSE)

May 22, 2017* (Session I); May 29, 2017* (Session II); June 5, 2017* (Session III) *International student registration deadline for all sessions: April 1, 2017. Visa application deadline:

Fashion Communication and Promotion

April 15, 2017.

Strategic Design Management

Tuition: GBP 2,900 (Session I); GBP 1,950 (Session II); GBP 2,900 (Session III)

SESSION III Fashion’s Future: Trend Forecasting

Housing: Available but not required; for details, visit newschool.edu/studenthousing/summer Locations: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus (NYC); Kings Cross Main Campus, Granary Square (London); Parsons Paris, 45 rue SaintRoch, 75001, Paris, France (Paris) Questions: dualcitycsm@arts.ac.uk

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International  affairs at  The  New  School United Nations Summer Study Program course 7 week

June 5–July 21, 2017 / Ages 18+ Gain hands-on experience in the UN system. The United Nations Summer Study (UNSS) program, offered by The New School’s Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, puts graduate and undergraduate students on the ground with the United Nations in NYC. UNSS takes you beyond a narrow focus on security and diplomacy to explore development, human rights, humanitarian action, peacekeeping and peacebuilding, and environmental and reform issues. Choose one of the options from the list below.

Program Details

OPTION I: CORE CURRICULUM

Early application deadline: October 16, 2016

3 graduate or 4 undergraduate credits

Final application deadline:

Class: The United Nations and World Order Colloquium with UN staff and international affairs professionals

March 31, 2017 Tuition and fees: $4,789 (for 3 graduate or 4 undergraduate credits); $9,379 (for

Site visits to UN headquarters and other

6 graduate or 8 undergraduate credits);

international agencies

$2,540 (noncredit)

OPTION II: CORE + PRACTICE CURRICULUM

Housing (optional): Available for

6 graduate or 8 undergraduate credits

additional fee but not required Class schedule: Monday and Thursday,

Core curriculum (described above)

4:00–7:00 p.m.; Tuesday, 6:00–8:00

Practicum group consultancy with the UN/

p.m.; Friday varies

affiliated NGO, overseen by a faculty advisor

Location: The New School's Greenwich

OPTION III: NONCREDIT

Village campus

Class, colloquium, site visits, and NYC experience without earning academic credits

Questions: UNStudy@newschool.edu Learn more at newschool.edu/unss.

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Creative  Writing  at The  New  School Summer Writers Colony course 3 week

June 5–June 23, 2017 / Ages 19+ Discover the writer’s life in New York City in The New School’s Summer Writers Colony. This intensive three-week program provides a supportive yet challenging atmosphere in which to projects in a daily writing workshop moderated by a member of The New School’s distinguished writing faculty. Instructors also provide detailed feedback on your work. Participants can elect to attend daily sessions focused on developing the writer’s craft or join moderated conversations with professionals in publishing. In the evenings, literary salons bring notable writers such as Zadie Smith, Maggie Nelson, and Gary Shteyngart into conversation with colony students and faculty.

Program Details Registration: Opens November 15, 2016 Tuition and fees: $4,525 (noncredit); $7,289 (credit) Housing: Available at an additional fee but not required University credits: Available for up to 6 university credits or on a noncredit basis Class schedule: Monday–Thursday, 12:00–8:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break Location: The New School’s Greenwich Village campus Questions: SummerWriters@newschool.edu Learn more and register today at newschool.edu/summerwriters.

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MAKE THE LONGEST DAYS OF SUMMER FEEL LIKE THE SHORTEST POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration opens November 15, 2016. Prices subject to change. Learn about all policies and procedures and register online at newschool.edu/summer. International Students The New School welcomes students from around the world to explore the abundant art and design resources of New York and Paris. The New School values the unique perspective each student brings to the program and the academic richness of a culturally diverse student body. Learn more about visa and language requirements, dates, and deadlines at newschool.edu/summer. The information published here represents the plans of the university at the time of publication and does not constitute an irrevocable contract between the student and The New School. The university reserves the right to change without notice any matter contained in this publication, including but not limited to tuition, fees, policies, degrees, programs, names of programs, course offerings, academic activities, academic requirements, facilities, faculty, and administrators. Payment of tuition or attendance at any classes shall constitute a student's acceptance of the administration's rights as set forth above. For important information including accreditation, student rights, campus safety statistics, and tuition and fees, visit newschool.edu/your-right-toknow. The New School is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. Published 2016 by The New School. Produced by Marketing and Communication, The New School. Photo credits: Puxan BC, Alexander Berg, Daniel A. Cherrin, Crissie Ferrara, Andrew Friedman, Michelle Gevint, Jonathan Grassi, John Haffner Layden, Don Hamerman, Matthew Mathews, Murray McKay, Michael Moran, Jacob Arthur Pritchard, Martin Seck, Erinn Springer, Matthew Sussman, Vinciane Verguethen


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