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About UTNY

Out-of-the-box education, career-enhancing internships and curated experiences

UTNY is an internship-first experiential learning program that provides registered UT Austin students the opportunity to live, work and learn in one of the most dynamic metropolitan cities in the world.

Students intern in a field related to their interests and study with UTNY faculty in courses tailored to the New York urban environment. In addition, students are also provided opportunities to network with New York tri-state alumni and industry leaders, as well as take part in numerous self-led activities that will enrich their understanding of New York City throughout the term.

Supported financially by the College of Fine Arts, the College of Liberal Arts, the McCombs Business School, and the Moody College of Communication the program is open to any major on campus.

If you still have questions, please visit our FAQ page or contact Jeffrey Marsh, Assistant Director for UTLA & UTNY Recruitment and Admissions.

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UTNY Big Group Fall ClassUTNY Inaugural Cohort, Fall 2019

 

“The city is like poetry; it compresses all life, all races and breeds, into a small island and adds music and the accompaniment of internal engines.”

~ E.B. White

UTNY Staff

Laura Brown

Jane Ashen Turkewitz

Hayden Bradley

UT Austin Staff

Michael Wilson

Assistant Dean, Professional Programs
Executive Director UTLA & UTNY
michael.wilson@austin.utexas.edu

Jeffrey Marsh

Assistant Director for UTLA & UTNY Recruitment and Admissions
jmarsh@austin.utexas.edu

Karina Kelly

UTNY Senior Administrative and Financial Associate kreyes@austin.utexas.edu

Small group of UTNY students


The UTNY Campus

UTNY is a launchpad for students and their futures. Headquartered in Manhattan with close proximity to Broadway, Wall Street, and Madison Avenue, UTNY allows students to explore business, communication, media, and the arts while living in one of the most dynamic cities in the world.

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