Study abroad at Long Island University Brooklyn
Long Island University is a private US university that’s based over two independent campuses known as LIU Post and LIU Brooklyn. The two locations give students very different experiences; one in a friendly, relaxed community and the other in a vibrant city location.
LIU Brooklyn’s campus is located close to the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, and is home to more than 7,000 students. Student halls, academic facilities and lecture theaters are located in a mixture of traditional and modern buildings that are all connected by a series of enclosed bridges.
LIU Brooklyn offers a wide range of academic programs across seven colleges, including pathway programs exclusive to international students. The University also has a thriving entrepreneurial community, with two successful student-run businesses operating on campus.
You can join one of the many student clubs and organizations that cover a wide range of interests and activities. You can also join organizations that relate to your career path, including the American Public Health Association Student Assembly, the Sport Management Club, or the Pharmacy Student Leadership Council.
Why study at LIU Brooklyn?
- Diverse university
LIU Brooklyn is among the top 5% of US universities for ethnic diversity
- Sports and athletics
LIU’s Sharks sports teams compete in NCAA Division I
Life as an international student
LIU Brooklyn’s community is represented by students from 50 countries, and it offers a wide range of services designed to guide international students through their time studying abroad.
You will have support in the form of academic counseling, tutoring, career services, and financial help. When you start at LIU Brooklyn you’ll take part in a number of welcome events which include workshops and social events that are designed to make sure you settle in quickly to your new life in the US.
LIU Brooklyn’s fantastic location offers easy access to one of the most exciting boroughs of New York City. Here you will find coffee shops, nightlife and a wide range of places to eat. You’ll live in one of three residential halls on campus, and there are more than 70 student clubs, organizations, and athletic teams you can join.
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Tuition fee: US$37,182 / year
Ranges from: US$21,618 - $44,100 / year
Long Island University Brooklyn
1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
LIU Brooklyn is located just steps away from the Barclays Center; top arts venues like BAM; and the hip restaurants boutiques, and cafes of Fort Greene. And it’s only a short subway ride to the vast cultural offerings and professional opportunities of Manhattan.