Up to 40% of admitted Full-time students are awarded a merit-based scholarship. Awards range from partial to full tuition and fees. All full-time applicants (both domestic and international) will be considered and reviewed for merit-based awards. No additional materials or separate applications are required to be considered. Scholarship recipients are notified at the time of admission and all scholarship decisions are final. Please note that with the exception of the Dean Scholarship, Military Veterans Scholarship, Faculty Scholarship and the Consortium Fellowship, the merit-based awards are non-renewable in their second year of study.
The William R. Berkley Scholarship Program
To be considered for The William R. Berkley Scholarship Program, interested college seniors must submit a Full-time MBA application to NYU Stern during their senior year by any of the four Stern application deadlines
. Interested college seniors must be graduating between December 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014
, just prior to the Full-time MBA Fall 2014 start term, to be eligible for the program.
Candidates applying for The William R. Berkley Scholarship Program are not eligible to apply to any NYU dual degree or through The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management. They also are not eligible for the Summer Start program.
Fellowships with Partner Organizations
NYU Stern offers the following fellowships in partnership with external organizations:
Stern is a proud member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of 17 top business schools working in partnership with corporate America to encourage diversity within management positions. The Consortium offers full-tuition and fees fellowships to full-time MBA students who demonstrate academic excellence and potential. The Consortium also conducts a summer orientation and manages an extensive alumni network.
Forté Foundation Scholarship
The Forté Foundation
, a consortium of major corporations, top business schools, and influential non-profit organizations, offers scholarship opportunities to women who are pursuing an MBA at participating business schools. Exceptional women candidates who have been admitted to a participating school will be nominated for consideration for the Forté Foundation Scholarship by the school's Director of Admissions. No other application information is needed for the scholarship.
The Robert A. Toigo Foundation
supports a comprehensive fellowship program for under-represented groups pursuing careers in finance. Students who have been accepted to MBA programs among leading business schools are eligible to apply before starting their program in the fall.
Beginning in January 2012, we are pleased to offer a merit scholarship to admitted students who enroll in the Langone MBA Westchester Program. The scholarship is in celebration of our new campus in Purchase, NY and will be offered to one student entering in the Spring term and one student entering in the Fall term. Each recipient will be awarded a total of $10,000 towards their tuition, split over their first two semesters (Fall start: Fall/Spring; Spring start: Spring/Summer). All applicants admitted to the Westchester program will be considered for the scholarship. Selected recipients will be notified at the time of admission. No separate application is necessary. In order to receive the scholarship, students must begin their program in Westchester and remain enrolled in Westchester for two consecutive semesters.
All admitted Executive MBA students receiving minimal or no financial sponsorship can be considered for a merit-based scholarship. To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, applicants must complete and submit the scholarship essay in the online formal application. Each applicant is eligible to receive a maximum of only one program scholarship. Scholarship recipients are notified at the time of admission and all scholarship decisions are final.