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Global Partnerships

NYIT partners with universities that share the same vision, mission, and values, and that are student-centered with a strong interest in continuous integration of technology in their curriculum and operations. As a result, NYIT students and faculty benefit from dual-degree programs and other cooperative programs through opportunities to collaborate on research, organize conferences and workshops, and immerse themselves in NYIT’s global network.

A number of collegial discussions with other institutions over the past few years have materialized into full partnerships, as follows:

Brazil: Centro Universitário da Fei (Fundaçao Educacional Inaciana Pe. Saboia De Medeiros)
China: Communication University of China (CUC)
China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT)
Foshan University
Tsinghua University
Jiangsu University of Technology
Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE)
Jinan University
Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications (NUPT)
Northwest University (NWU)
Renmin University of China
Shandong Technology and Business University (STBU)
Shanghai University
Tongji University
Tsinghua University
Wenzhou Business College
Xiamen University
Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics (ZUFE)
France: EDH/EFAP (École des Métiers de la Communication)
Ecole de Communication Visuelle (ECV)
India: IFIM College
Guru Nanak Institutions
Noida International University
Ajeenkya DY Patil University
Lebanon: Lebanese American University
Mexico: ITAM
Universidad Panamericana

South Korea: Hallym University
Hanseo University
Sookyung Women’s University
Taiwan: National Taichung University of Education (NTCU)
Turkey: Kadir Has University (KHU)
Isik University
Yildiz Technical University (YTU)

NYIT offers global opportunities that few other colleges provide, and NYIT’s international footprint broadens the horizons of students and faculty through a network of global campuses and partner institutions where students can study while keeping their credits toward their degree.