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LSP Question

interested_highschool_student22interested_highschool_student22 29 replies14 threads Junior Member
Do students who are admitted into LSP have to spend their fist year away? Or do they HAVE TO go to Washington DC, Florence, or Paris? Can they go away another year instead of the first?
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  • AidaAida 274 replies17 threads Junior Member
    When you apply to LSP, you rank the options for freshman year campus (NYC, DC, Florence, Paris, London) starting with the one you prefer. But, this doesn't guarantee you will get your first choice. For example, you might list NYC first, but get accepted to LSP in Florence. In this case you either go to Florence or decline NYU altogether. If you are accepted to LSP in another location you can go abroad junior year as well, but not as a replacement for freshman year (so it would be two years abroad in that case.)
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  • interested_highschool_student22interested_highschool_student22 29 replies14 threads Junior Member
    @Aida thank you for the clarification!
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  • barney112barney112 22 replies4 threads New Member
    Most people in LSP do get their first choice location so the majority stay in NYC their first year
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