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Summer 2015: Application Guidelines

We invite students from all member institutions of the Hemispheric Institute to apply. NYU students may take the course for 4 points of graduate credit through the Department of Performance Studies, and students from other institutions can take the course for credit as an independent study in their home universities. Students from non-member institutions will be considered for admission, though priority will be given to graduate students from member institutions.

NOTE: The course requires fluency in English. Knowledge of Spanish is a plus. Students are encouraged to bring laptops and digital cameras to use for their projects.

Lab fee*

A lab fee will apply to all—$1300* USD for students in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and $400* USD for those in Latin America. The estimated cost for shared accomodations is $600-700 USD. All local course expenses (performances, lectures, travel to local sites, etc.), are covered by the lab fee. 

New Application Deadline

April 12, 2015
Applications are not considered complete until the following items have been submitted:

1) Completed and signed application form (Download below)
2) A personal statement of 250 to 500 words addressing your motivation and interest in wanting to study in Chiapas and how the course will contribute to your research and professional goals.
3) Current C.V.
4) One letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your institution. (NYU students need not submit).

Please save all materials under your own name and zip your completed application to: hemi.courses@nyu.edu.

Processing time for a completed application is typically two weeks. Preference is given to students from member institutions of the Hemispheric Institute. Admission decisions are based on research interests and training, personal statement, any necessary supplementary materials, and whether there is space remaining in the program. Program may fill without notice. If a program is already filled you may be placed on a waiting list.

Download the application form
icon Art, Migration, & Human Rights Application Form (151.72 kB)

All other inquiries

hemi.courses@nyu.edu