Can you envision seeing your work on a building or creating an application that you’re passionate about?
With a young, creative population and an energetic, cosmopolitan art scene, Berlin has been enjoying an artistic revival that celebrates multimedia projects in unconventional spaces. Explore this vibrant city and develop your own multimedia projects, realizing your artistic vision through 3D projections and interactive sculptures. through hands-on training.
From fine art to computer programming, live performance to animation, this workshop has applications across disciplines. There are no prerequisites, and the program welcomes students from all areas: e.g., film, music, computer science, dance, theater, fine art, multimedia, graphic design, performance art, photography etc.
Through this program, you will complete two courses for a total of 8 units.
"When you go away from your comfort zone, you experience inspiration at every turn." — Sophia Alvarez, Multimedia Projects Workshop in Berlin alumna, Summer 2015
- Check In: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
- Program Start: Thursday, May 26, 2016
- Program End: Friday, July 1, 2016
- Check Out: Saturday, July 2, 2016
Deadline: The application for summer 2016 is now closed.
Application: Please read the following admissions information before starting your application.
- Undergraduate Summer 2017 Tuition is $1,373 per unit for an
- University Service Fee for first unit: $470
- Registration Fee: $66 per unit
- Program Fee: TBD
- IOART-UT 567 Lab Fee: TBD
- IOART-UT 200 Lab Fee: TBD
- Housing: TBD
Visit the NYU Office of the Bursar for additional information on tuition and fees.
Scholarship and Financial Aid
There are opportunities for financial assistance to study abroad.
Please review the Scholarships and Financial Aid for Study Abroad page for more information.
Each student will be living in a fully furnished, fully equipped apartment in NYU Berlin’s newly renovated student housing, centrally located in the district of Kreuzberg. Apartments range in size and house anywhere between two to eight students. Most students will live in a double room, though a very limited number of single rooms are also available.
The student housing facilities feature an array of other amenities, including 24-hour security, quiet study rooms, a Zen Lounge for yoga, meditation, or studying in a relaxed and peaceful environment, a computer lab, a cozy student lounge "Wohnzimmer" complete with a flat-screen TV, blue-ray player, and an electric keyboard. The residence also offers a home theater called "Kino Babelsberg", which includes a high-definition projector for watching movies or TV shows in larger groups as well as a pool table. In-building washers and dryers along with a weekly laundry service for bedding linens are also provided.
Because biking is such a popular means of transportation in Berlin, NYU Berlin has now become the first NYU Global site to offer a Bike Share program, which allows students to sign out a bike for the day and bike to the Academic Center for class or simply explore the city. If students elect to join the Bike Share or get a bike of their own, a secure bike room is available for storage.
Other Amenities Include:
- Linens, a pillow, comforter, wash/hand towels
- Brand new kitchen appliances including oven/stove unit, refrigerator and microwave
- Fully stocked with kitchenware, including pots/pans, dishes, silverware, cups and glasses
- Table and chairs for meals and studying
- Bathrooms with shower, storage space for toiletries, and heated towel rack
24-hour security, staffed with helpful and friendly guards
- NYU high-speed WIFI
- Kitchens and bathrooms ensuite, shared with suitemates
*Please note that the larger apartments housing 5-8 students feature two full bathrooms and extra kitchenware and appliances (e.g. two sinks, two refrigerators, etc.)