The Rutgers University United Nations Study Program is an intensive 3-week, 3-credit program that offers a unique opportunity to explore major global issues with experts from Rutgers, the UN, and local NGOs.  The program is designed for students interested in careers such as law, international relations, public policy, government, and diplomacy, or subjects such as political science, history, global studies, international development studies, language studies, global health, women’s and gender studies, anthropology, law, public affairs as well as those interested in pursuing professional degrees in social work, nursing, communications and more!

Most of the program will be based in New York City, and will include classroom instruction and campus lectures as well as on-site visits to the UN Headquarters in New York and nearby Permanent Missions for briefings and lectures by university faculty, UN officials and diplomats, and member state representatives.  A few days in New Brunswick precede and follow a two-week period living and studying in New York.  

The program runs in July every year.  Previous participants from RU-Camden have received scholarship support.  More information about the program is available here.