Princeton University has said it will launch a new study abroad program for the 2017-18 academic year in the United States.
The program will offer students the opportunity to live abroad for three years in areas such as New York, London, New Orleans and Atlanta.
The Princeton University study abroad research project, the first of its kind, will be based in New York.
Princeton University President Christopher M. Murray said the program will allow the university to provide students with a “unique educational experience” abroad and “provide a unique perspective of the United Kingdom and its people”.
The program will launch on August 5 and run for three to five years.
“The study abroad experience will be the most unique of any that we have offered in our research,” Mr Murray said in a statement.
“We believe it will be a great educational experience for students and faculty alike.”
The university has partnered with Cambridge University and the University of Southern California to host the Princeton University Study abroad program.
Princeton University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, has about 1,000 students in a variety of majors and disciplines from a variety on the U.S. and world stages.
It is home to more than 80 colleges and universities.