NYU Stern Executive MBA classes are held on Fridays and Saturdays every other week and include 3 one-week residency periods. As part of the formal application for admission, applicants must secure time sponsorship from their employer. Support from your employer for time out of the office is a necessary and critical component of the application process. Some organizations will also offer financial sponsorship. Financial sponsorship is not required to apply or enroll in the program. Financial aid is available. For more information on funding your MBA, please visit Financing the MBA.
We welcome the opportunity to talk with your employer about sponsorship, and we invite employers to attend one of our monthly information sessions to learn more about the Executive MBA program. For more information about how to discuss sponsorship with your manager or HR representative, please contact email@example.com. <
Did You Know…?
- The admissions staff is happy to meet with your company to discuss sponsorship.
- The top companies currently sponsoring students are Citi, American Express, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and NBC Universal.