Teaching and Graduate Fellowships
The Stern School of Business offers Teaching Fellowships to qualified M.B.A. and B.S. students, and Graduate Fellowships to qualified M.B.A. students.
Recognizing the valuable contributions students make to the Stern community, the Graduate and Teaching Fellowships provide unique opportunities for qualified students to participate in Stern's mission.
In acknowledgment of this contribution, students receive partial tuition remission credit. (Note: graduate fellows and teaching fellows must pay any portion of tuition and fees not covered by tuition remission by the payment deadline, are not permitted to use the Deferred Tuition Plan (50/50), and may have their loan eligibility affected.)
Interested students can read more about these opportunities by following the links to the left.
All appointments are for one semester only; therefore, students must reapply for a fellowship each term they intend to work.
Teaching Fellows (TF) work in academic areas, assist professors with class preparation, office hours, and grading; other specific responsibilities are at the discretion of the professor.
Graduate Fellows (GF) work in administrative offices at Stern; responsibilities vary, but generally involve assisting the office in carrying out its administrative and clerical functions.