London is home to a thriving film and theatre scene, an ideal location to discover the ins and outs of the entertainment industry.
Learn the behind-the-scenes finagling’s it takes to get a production off the ground with Tisch’s Producing in London summer program. Instructors with experience in the industry will guide you through the processes of fundraising and pitching, as well as maneuvering through the complex legal issues that all productions face. If you are an NYU student, you will also satisfy the two core requirements for the Tisch Minor in Producing, a useful complement to any degree in arts, entertainment, or business.
This three-week program will provide you with a foundational understanding of the dynamics of producing. Classes are held at NYU London, Bedford Square.
"The benefit of this program is that it’s a very small, intimate group - no more than 16 students in the program. So you would never have that experience here in New York, and that means that what I can do in terms of projects, in terms of in-class work and teamwork, with 16 people, I could never do with 60."
— Sharon Badal, Professor, Producing in London
You will enroll in the following two courses for a total of 8 units.
Note for NYU students: Both these courses count towards the Minor in Producing.
Check-In: Sunday, June 2, 2019
Check-Out: Saturday, June 22, 2019
Arrival and departure dates are subject to change.
Summer 2019 Application Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2019 at 5:00pm ET.
Application: Please read the following admissions information before starting your application.
- Undergraduate summer 2018 tuition: $11,608
- Registration and Services Fee: $972
- Program fee: $330
- Geo Blue Global Health Insurance: $58.20
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.
Visit the NYU London website for housing options and descriptions.