New York offers amazing opportunities and experiences for students. Make your dreams come true. Live and study in New York. Get free study guidance from our talented study advisers if you wish to study a:
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Student life in New York
With 8.5 million inhabitants New York City is the largest city in the US. It's one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world and it is estimated that more than 800 languages are spoken among its inhabitants.
New York is known as "The City That Never Sleeps". New York has so many possibilities and exciting boroughs that you will wish you didn't need to waste time sleeping. You can shop 24 hours a day, go to the disco at 10:00 in the morning or visit all the amazing sights. New York consists of vibrant districts with distinct qualities. Whether you prefer the magnetism of Manhattan or bustling nightlife of Brooklyn. There is something for everyone!
Things for students in New York City
You will never run out of things to see or do in New York. Stroll through the different neighbourhoods in search of the perfect little diner, the best donuts or that true "Newyorker" feel. Give yourself an unforgettable experience and watch a show on or off Broadway, attend a game featuring one of New York's famous sports teams within basketball, baseball, football or ice hockey. Browse the state-of-the-art museums, the local galleries or visit one of the upcoming microbreweries.
Relax in the parks of New York
New York is famous for its parks where locals go to relax, go for a run or a picnic during lunch break, after work or during the weekends. There is always something happening somewhere. Everyone knows the huge Central Park, but we also recommend paying a visit to some of the other unique parks. Some of our other favourites include:
- Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn Heights
- The High Line Park in Manhattan's Chelsea District
- Flushing Meadows–Corona Park on Long Island
Climate in New York
New York City has a humid subtropical climate, with cold winters and hot, moist summers. The city's coastal location ensures that winters (December to February) are not as cold as inland cities on the same latitude, and daytime temperatures generally stay above freezing point but average lows drop to -3°C.