New York Institute of Technology

New York Institute of Technology

New York , United States
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 2
    Available Programs
  • 8000
  • 38060
    Average Cost
  • 94
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


New York Institute of Technology—a dynamic, highly ranked, and accredited not-for-profit university committed to educating the next generation of leaders, and to inspiring innovation and advancing entrepreneurship.

8,000 students representing nearly all 50 states and 100 countries at campuses around the world become engaged, technologically savvy physicians, architects, scientists, engineers, business leaders, digital artists, health care professionals, and more.

Entry requirements

To be considered for admission to New York Institute of Technology, a student must have satisfactorily completed high school (secondary school) with at least a B average or a 3.00 grade point average (GPA) on a 4.00 scale. There are specific minimum academic or examination requirements for citizens of many individual nations. More details on the requirements for specific countries here.

Required documents: copies of transcripts of all high school work, including college-level courses; mid-year and final grades will be required; proof of high school graduation; proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, Duolingo English Test, or IB English scores); two letters of recommendation; a 300 to 350 word essay describing your career goals in the major you applied for and how attending New York Tech would further those goals.

Scholarship & funding

Through the generosity of trustees, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends, NYIT provides a variety of academic scholarships and grants awarded to undergraduate and graduate U.S. and international students on the basis of academic achievement or high scholastic potential. If you have been awarded an institutional scholarship, it will appear in your acceptance package and will also be included in your financial aid package.

More information about scholarships here.


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