Live, work and learn in one of the world's premier cities of commerce and culture. Hamilton in New York City combines an internship with academic experience and is unique in its attempt to encompass a wide range of perspectives on globalization. Here's a glimpse: The expertise of recent program directors includes sociology, administrative law and government, cultural diversity and national pluralism, international law and politics, theatre, literature and film, and international finance.
Prepare for your semester in New York by learning about the city. The links below will give you some tips on city living and help you plan your New York semester.Transportation
Find subway and bus maps, information about fares, schedules, and other useful information at the Metropolitan Transport Authority.
The New York City apartments have broadband, and you will have remote access to Hamilton's on-line library resources while in New York.
The New York Public Libraries can also be a great resource. Use their public reading rooms to study or write, or get your own library card and check out books. You'll need proof a residence to get a card, so be sure to take an envelope addressed to you at your New York City address.