Final Checklist

You’ll be on a plane before you know it.  Take a minute to look through this final checklist to make sure that all of your bases are covered – Get your student visa Register for 12 – 18 credits; this does not include any waitlisted courses Pay your NYU e-Bill Register for HTH and print … Continue reading

NYU ID Card Information

All students will need their NYU ID cards while in Accra. NYU students: You must bring your NYU ID card with you to Accra. Visiting students: you will receive an NYU ID card once you arrive in Accra.

Spring 2013 Pre-departure Survey

NYU’s Office of Global Programs strives to provide students with the best possible experiences and services as they prepare to go away, and we would like your feedback to know how we are doing and where we can improve.  Please take a few minutes (really, it will only take a few minutes!) and complete the following survey. … Continue reading

Last Minute Details

The NYU Accra staff is looking forward to welcoming you to Accra this weekend. Please note that members of the NYU-Accra staff will be at the airport to meet you in the “Meeter’s/Greeter’s” Lounge at Kotoka International Airport. Staff will be wearing NYU shirts and carrying NYU ACCRA signs. If there are students who plan … Continue reading

Travel Tips from Your Site Rep

We’ve done a decent amount of traveling and have made some classic travel mistakes in my time. Be smarter than us by following these tips! I know we’ve mentioned this before, but tell your bank and credit card companies that you will travel abroad. Make sure they won’t block your accounts when they see international … Continue reading

Mailing Address

Packages sent by US postal services should be addressed to: NYU Accra PMB CT84, Cantonments Accra, Ghana Packages sent by a courier service such as Fedex, DHL, UPS should be addressed to: NYU Accra N0. 12, 4th Norla Street North Labone, Accra, Ghana

Voltage & Appliances

Ghana operates on 230V, while the US operates on 110V. Items like laptops, digital cameras and iPods usually have an internal transformer, so you’ll just need a plug adaptor (because the shape of the plug is different). You can purchase adaptors in the US before you leave or once you get to your destination abroad. … Continue reading