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Alumni Travel Programs

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Experience the world with your alma mater through these NYU global travel adventures! The NYU Alumni Travel Program brings alumni and friends together to visit exciting new places and experience new cultures while enjoying a variety of activities.



Asia


Ancient Kingdoms of China: Grand Yangtze River Cruise
May 18–June 1, 2014

For more information on this trip, please download the PDF brochure.

Treasures of India & Nepal
November 9–November 25, 2014

For more information on this trip, please click here.


Australia & Oceania


Tahitian Jewels
March 26–April 5, 2014

For more information on this trip, please download the PDF brochure.


Europe


In the Wake of the Vikings: Scotland, Norway & Denmark
May 21–May 29, 2014

For more information on this trip, please download the PDF brochure.

Flavors of Northern Italy
June 7–June 16, 2014

For more information on this trip, please click here.

Normandy: 70th Anniversary of D-Day
October 28–November 5, 2014

For more information on this trip, please click here.


North America


Polar Bears of Churchill
1st Departure: October 30–November 4, 2014
2nd Departure: November 11–16, 2014

For more information on this trip, please click here.


South America


Ancient Mysteries of the Americas
January 16–February 3, 2014

For more information on this trip, please download the PDF brochure.


For details on these trips, pricing, and brochures or for questions about alumni benefits and services, please contact alumni.info@nyu.edu or  (212) 998-6912.



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