New York University

New York University

New York , United States
  • 13
    Acceptance Rate
  • 2
    Available Programs
  • 51123
  • 28567
    Average Cost
  • 95
    Employment Rate
  • Program
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Since its founding in 1831, NYU has been an innovator in higher education, reaching out to an emerging middle class, embracing an urban identity and professional focus, and promoting a global vision that informs its 19 schools and colleges.

Today, that trailblazing spirit makes NYU one of the most prominent and respected research universities in the world, featuring top-ranked academic programs and accepting fewer than one-in-five undergraduates. Anchored in New York City and with degree-granting campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai as well as 11 study away sites throughout the world, NYU is a leader in global education, with more international students and more students studying abroad than any other US university.

NYU students come from nearly every state and 133 countries, and the university draws upon the diverse backgrounds of our faculty, staff, and students, ensuring its scholarship and teaching benefit from a wide range of perspectives. NYU takes seriously its role as an engine of social mobility, and stands out among the top US universities in its representation of low-income and first-generation students within its community.

Entry requirements

If a student will have completed their country’s pre-university education (equivalent to U.S. 12th Grade) before arriving on-campus for the fall semester, or if any of the following apply to them, they are eligible to apply to NYU as a first-year applicant:

  • A student is completing an internationally-recognized equivalent, such as the IB Diploma; or
  • A student is applying from countries with school leaving qualifications based on the British educational model, and will have completed the A-level equivalent (neither O-levels nor (I)GCSE results will be sufficient for admission); or
  • A student is currently enrolled in a foundation year program outside of the United States; or
  • Their highest degree earned by the time they plan to enroll at NYU is either a certificate or diploma.

Scholarship & funding

About 20-25% of admitted full-time two-year MBA students receive a merit-based scholarship

The majority of Stern MBA scholarships are full or half tuition awards. All applicants (domestic and international) are considered. No additional materials are required. Scholarship decisions are made at the time of admission and are final.  Please note that scholarship award amounts and types may change year to year. If you are an admitted student who has been awarded a merit-based scholarship, please view scholarship details in your official admissions letter.

More information here


Student life

The University’s tremendous history of pride and spirit has been reflected throughout the decades with campus-wide events and programs. So join in, have fun, and be a part of New York University’s events and traditions.