Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts is the undergraduate, liberal arts college of The New School. Located on-campus in Greenwich Village, New York City, Lang provides numerous ways to study liberal arts in conjunction with the city’s art, culture, music, and political events. Civic engagement courses, programs, and projects offered at Lang challenge the notion of volunteer service work, prioritizing the bridge between social justice theory and praxis. Lang offers a full range of humanities and social science coursework.
Number of Spots for Yale-NUS Students per semester: 1
Due to the enthusiastic interest in study abroad and the volume of inquiries that we receive, if you have any questions, please read the Semester Study Abroad FAQs carefully first and contact us if you need further advice.
Fields of Study
Lang offers nearly 250 courses each semester in a wide range of majors including: anthropology, the arts, arts in context, capitalism studies, contemporary music, culture and media, dance, economics, environmental studies, ethnicity and race, gender studies, global studies, history, interdisciplinary science, Jewish culture, journalism and design, literary studies, literature, philosophy, politics, psychology, religious studies, screen studies, sociology, theatre, urban studies, visual studies, and writing. The most updated course catalog may be found here.
More specific information on courses can be found here.
Language of Instruction
Fall Semester: August – December
Spring Semester: January – May
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If you are interested in studying abroad at this institution and currently have a CAP below 3.5, please contact a member of the CIPE International Programmes team.